Pamela Anderson, Jamie Lee Curtis and Dave Bautista Starring In Gia Coppola's New Movie“The Last Showgirl”

“I’ve always wanted to make a movie in Vegas,” said the 37-year-old filmmaker

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Pamela Anderson, Jamie Lee Curtis, Dave Bautista, Brenda Song, Kiernan Shipka, and Billie Lourd are joining together for a new movie from director Gia Coppola.

The star-studded cast leads The Last Showgirl, which was written by Kate Gersten and produced by Robert Schwartzman and Natalie Farrey. Deadline first reported the news on Thursday.

The upcoming feature follows a seasoned showgirl in her fifties whose show abruptly closes after a 30-year run. She begins to struggle with what her future holds, all while she attempts to repair her relationship with her daughter.

“I’ve always wanted to make a movie in Vegas,” Coppola, 37, told Deadline. “I’m so proud of our cast and crew, especially Pamela. I can’t wait to share her daring and heartfelt performance!”

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<p>Kevin Winter/FilmMagic</p> Gia Coppola on October 20, 2022 in West Hollywood, California.

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Gia Coppola on October 20, 2022 in West Hollywood, California.

“Dream project, dream cast,” Schwartzman shared with Deadline. “We couldn’t be more honored and appreciative of the chance to tell an authentic Las Vegas story that pays homage to the iconic Showgirl, told through Gia’s unique sense of style and visual storytelling.”

The film recently wrapped production, but a release date has yet to be announced.

On Thursday, Coppola shared an Instagram post confirming the movie had finished filming. She included a photo of a clapperboard covered in the cast and crew’s signatures.

“That’s a wrap! 🎲🪄💕 #TheLastShowgirl,” wrote the director.

Anderson, 56, commented, “🤍✨.”

Lourd, 31, added “🎰👑❤️,” and Shipka wrote, 24, “Weeeee!”

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Curtis’ latest role follows her 2023 Academy Award win for Best Supporting Actress in Everything Everywhere All at Once. Along with her role in the seven-time Oscar-winning movie, the 65-year-old actress has guest starred in the 10-time Emmy-winning series The Bear as the mother of Jeremy Allen White’s character, Carmy.

Anderson recently served as the subject of her producer son Brandon Lee’s 2023 documentary, Pamela, A Love Story. The Netflix documentary was nominated for two Emmy Awards, including Best Documentary or nonfiction special and best documentary music composition.

Meanwhile, Bautista, 55, just concluded his tenure on the Marvel franchise Guardians of the Galaxy, in which he starred as Drax the Destroyer. The former pro-wrestler-turned-actor also starred in the Oscar-nominated movie Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery.

<p>Getty</p> Kiernan Shipka, Brenda Song and Billie Lourd


Kiernan Shipka, Brenda Song and Billie Lourd

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Song, 35, returns to live-action production after lending her voice in recent animated series Chibiverse, Blue Eye Samurai and The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder throughout 2022 and 2023.

Lourd, like Song, also recently starred as a voice actor in the 2023 series Strange Planet. The actress also returned to American Horror Story: Delicate as a guest star alongside leads Emma Roberts and Kim Kardashian.

Last year, Shipka guest starred in White House Plumbers and The Other Two and starred in Totally Killer and Maximum Truth.

The news of Coppola’s new feature follows her 2022 movie, The Seven Faces of Jane.

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