The geriatrics-gone-wild comedy tops last year's “The Woman in Black” with $54.8M at the domestic box office — and is still playing
This week “Last Vegas” became the highest-grossing release for CBS Films, which launched in 2007 and put out its first movie in January 201o.
The studio said Wednesday that the geriatrics-gone-wild comedy grossed $579,783 on Tuesday, bringing the North American total to $54.8 million. That puts it ahead of the 2012 Daniel Radcliffe thriller “The Woman in Black,” which took in $54.3 million.
“Last Vegas” stars Michael Douglas, Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman and Kevin Kline as aging buddies who gather in Sin City for a bachelor party. Jon Turteltaub directed and Laurence Mark ad Nathan Kahane produced.
Produced for $28 million by Good Universe, the PG-13-rated Last Vegas” opened to $16.3 million on Nov. 1 and has held steadily, playing well with its target mature audiences. It's still in nearly 3,000 theaters nationwide.
“Last Vegas” has brought in another $8.6 million from abroad, and has brought in $62.9 million worldwide.