Pamela Anderson to Lead Gia Coppola’s Star-Studded Film “The Last Showgirl”

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Pamela Anderson at "Piers Morgan Life Stories" TV Series in March 2018. Photo by ITV/REX/Shutterstock (9419625d)

Gia Coppola’s next film The Last Showgirl will be one star-studded affair, with Pamela Anderson leading the way. She landed a key role in this promising project alongside Jamie Lee Curtis, Dave Bautista, Brenda Song, Kiernan Shipka, and Billie Lourd.

The Last Showgirl will center on a seasoned showgirl in her fifties, who’s struggling to figure out what to do next when her show abruptly closes after three decades. While her career falls apart, she also must figure out how to repair a strained relationship with her daughter.

In a statement announcing this film, Coppola said she always wanted to make a movie in Vegas, adding she’s proud of its cast and crew. She praised Anderson’s daring and heartfelt performance in The Last Showgirl and said she can’t wait for the world to see it.

Kate Gersten wrote the script for this project, with Natalie Farrey and Robert Schwartzman coming on board as producers. He described The Last Showgirl as a dream project with a dream cast, that will give them a 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.”

In addition to Anderson, this project will also star the Oscar winner Jamie Lee Curtis (Everything Everywhere All At Once), Dave Bautista (Guardians of the Galaxy), Brenda Song (Dollface), Kiernan Shipka (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina), and Billie Lourd (Scream Queens).