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'Last Vegas' Foursome Fun!

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[♪ music ♪] [AARP The Magazine Real Possibilities] [Robert DeNiro, Michael Douglas, Morgan Freeman, Kevin Kline. Photographed by Art Streiber. Pier 59 Studios New York, July 23, 2013] [♪ music ♪] [all toasting] [camera clicking] [Morgan Freeman] If you had a chance to live your life over— not starting from today—but going back would you do it? I wouldn't. I wouldn't. You're going to learn it, and you're going to know it for the rest of the night. [Freeman from offscreen] You're just going to make the same choices. [♪ music ♪] [Michael Douglas] You got all the knowledge of your age now— >>Yeah. [Douglas] and you can go back and start in your 20s, you wouldn't want to— [Freeman] Oh, well that's different. [laughing] Knowing what I know now— [Douglas] Youth is wasted on the young— there's a lot to be said for that. [Freeman] I can think of a lot of things I would avoid. [Douglas] Trouble—knowing what it looks like. [Freeman] Yeah. Sounds like. Smells like. Tastes like. [all laughing and talking] [interviewer] When you see yourself as a younger actor, what do you see? [Douglas] Tight ass. Very tight ass. [Kevin Kline] By a tight ass, that means that other—that second voice is saying, "Oh, you shouldn't do that. No, you can't do that. No, this—you're not doing it right." Whether it's on a small scale or just moment to moment. Whether it's about acting or career choices or how you relate to people. Like, "Oh, I've got to do it—" In our youth we think there's a right way, and we tend to restrict ourselves. And I think the older you get, the easier it becomes to say, "What a waste of time that is. That was just getting in my way." And in a way you don't care as much about things that really you shouldn't care about. [Robert DeNiro] You're just older and you care less about things. I mean the only thing that would inhibit you or make that work is if you have a director who totally doesn't get any kind of thing— how to direct anything—they don't have to know anything, but they have to know how to leave you alone and have the intelligence to figure that out. You know—because they have to trust that they don't know and that they can engage you—one step further— they can engage you in, "What do we do here?" [♪ music ♪] [interviewer] Do you miss anything about being in your 20s? [Freeman] My 20s? >>Yeah. [Freeman] Oh God no. [Douglas] Oh God yes. >>What do you miss? [Douglas] What? Oh, come on—I can't—what— [♪ music ♪] [DeNiro] I keep telling myself, "When I used to do this sort of exercise I'd feel kind of achy and—" and I do it now, and I feel like—so it's really not much different. Except there is a number difference. And I keep thinking, well, when is the point when certain things in me are going to start breaking down? And I can't imagine when that would be, but you're at—it's out of your control. I have young kids now and I just want to give them advice, but I'm very careful about doing that because they're not going to listen. I always tell them. "Ask me. Whatever you've been through, I'm sure I've been close to that." I always want to be there for them. That's the most important thing in my life at this point now. [Douglas] I'm in a similar boat with what Bob is. I got a 12-year-old and a 10-year-old, and I just cherish that time because you're focused much more on them so your priorities change. Your career is not quite the most important thing. [♪ music ♪] [Kline] That's a given. This game should be mixed in there with everything. [♪ music ♪] [interviewer] Was it intimidating to work with these guys? [Kline] Ye—no, I kept thinking, "Why aren't I intimidated?" [interviewer] Was it intimidating to work with these guys? [DeNiro] No, we all—we're all—we all sort of know each other anyway, but then we kind of got to know each other a lot better. [Kline] One of the aims—if you will—of the movie is that it's not only about the value of friendship but the cost. It's not easy to do what Bob's character does, too. I mean—how many of us—you have to ask yourself, "Gee, would I have the guts to do that?" For my friend to say to his fiancée, "You have to leave." It's just—it's really good. [DeNiro] This fact is, I told him not to go with his wife to be, and I made a play for her after. [laughter] [Kline] That's the sequel. Don't give away the sequel. [DeNiro] That's the sequel. [laughter] [♪ music ♪] [cheering all together] [♪ music ♪] [Video by Adam Grossman Good Dog Media] [Produced by Quentin Nardi] [AARP The Magazine Real Possibilities]

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Duration: 5 minutes and 17 seconds
Country: United States
Language: English
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Posted by: aarp on Oct 1, 2013

Michael Douglas, Robert DeNiro, Morgan Freeman and Kevin Kline talk about their starring roles in the upcoming film Las Vegas and male friendship over age 50.

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