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Geena Davis, 59, to play 44-year-old Jon Hamm's daughter

November 14, 2014. Geena Davis poses backstage during the Hollywood Film Awards in Hollywood, California.

November 14, 2014. Geena Davis poses backstage during the Hollywood Film Awards in Hollywood, California.  (Reuters)

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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