Geena Davis, 59, has been cast as the daughter of Jon Hamm, 44, in new indie movie “Marjorie Prime.”

The “sci-fi dramedy” follows an elderly woman, played by 84-year-old Lois Smith, who interacts with a holographic re-creation of her husband as he looked at a younger age.

Davis — who nearly made the Olympics archery team in 1999 — has put down her quiver.

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“I’m not competing. It takes so much practice — four hours a day,” she said.

Instead, she’s used her free time to this year launch the Bentonville Film Festival — in the ­Arkansas town best known for being Walmart’s HQ.

She’s also anticipating next year’s 25th anniversary of her 1991 classic with Susan Sarandon, “Thelma & Louise.”

“We’ve been talking a lot about a way to celebrate,” she said, "“Like do a live stage show with clips from the film.”

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