The Last Movie Star
Once a major Hollywood star, Vic reluctantly agrees accepts an invitation to be the special guest at a Nashville film festival and receive a lifetime achievement award. It'll likely be awkward, Vic knows, but it might also represent an element of starting over. Unfortunately, the film fest Vic finds himself at is a small-time, slapdash wannabe gala that screens movies in a local bar and puts Vic, used to classy accommodations, up at a cheap motel. Disenchanted, Vic decides to high-tail it out of Nashville. He tells his driver/fest go-fer, a messed-up millennial named Lil, to take him to his hometown of Knoxville, which he hasn't been to in decades. There, Vic reconnects with his past and rediscovers a sense of himself he hasn't seen since he became a box office sensation in the 1970s. As Vic comes to grips with who he was, who he is, and who he could still become, he helps Lil put her own life into focus.
Burt Reynolds, Ariel Winter, Chevy Chase, Clark Duke, Ellar Coltrane, Juston Street, Nikki Blonsky, Al-Jaleel Knox, Kathleen Nolan, Macy Whitener, Molly Whitener, Jena Sims, Kennedy Summers, Amberleigh West, Anna Price, Brittany Bell, Saundra Dunson-Franks, Rose Bianco, Amy Schulz, Monika Tilling, Cylk Cozart, C Todd Vittum, Kyle McKeever, Lucia Marco, Shelley Waggener, Cody Longo
Neil Mandt, Adam Rifkin, Brian Cavallaro, Hank Braxtan, Orian Williams, Michael Mandt, Jarred Hoffman, Charlie Anderson, Bob Kaminski, Michael Camello, Erik Kritzer, Bobbi Sue Luther, Charlie Wear, Micki Purcell, Beni Tadd Atoori, Jane Boisclair, Paul B. Loyd Jr., Brett Thomason, Steve Van Amburgh, Dr. Ed Breazeale, John Compton, Jack D. Furst, Wallace Hall, Jamison, Coleman Lannum, Brandon Rice, Brent Rice, C Todd Vittum, Richie Walls