(L-r) BRADLEY COOPER as Phil, ZACH GALIFIANAKIS as Alan and ED HELMS as Stu in Warner Bros. Pictures� and Legendary Pictures� comedy �THE HANGOVER PART II,� a Warner Bros. Pictures release.
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"The Hangover 2" Teaser Arrives
The Wolfpack is back, this time in Thailand for a wedding brunch, which we can only assume from Stu's tattoo went about as well as the party in Vegas. It's a teaser, and frankly, there ain't a lot of meat in that sandwich, but we're still psyched. The film opens May 26.
Todd Phillips: "The Hangover 2" is a "Movie That Delivers"
Director Todd Phillips chats about who he thinks was the biggest diva on the set of "The Hangover Part II." Find out if Zach Galifianakis really has a security guard for his beard. Plus, did Todd really let Crystal the monkey smoke in the flick?
As much as you may have hated it, you've known in your heart that there's a third "Hangover" on the way. It should at least please you to hear it won't involve another wedding.
Zach Galifianakis this week finds himself on the cover of a Rolling Stone, giving a lengthy interview in which he talks about all manner of things, including the inevitable "Hangover III."
"I'm getting fricking phone calls already," Galifianakis told the mag, adding that from what he's heard, the third film will feature the wolf pack coming together to help break Alan out of a mental institution.
While "Hangover II" is poised to cross the $200-million mark, and fans have given a 94% on Rotten Tomatoes, critics have largely dismissed it as recycled garbage. We didn't think it measured up the original, but it was a lot funnier than most of what passes for comedy at the multiplex, and for that we were grateful.