The Hangover Part III promises the return of Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis, Ed Helms and Ken Jeong for the final installment of Todd Phillips' trilogy. Heather Graham and Mike Tyson will reprise their roles as well. The premise of the original was so interesting that it can can be done again and agin and still be entertaining. Solving a mystery of what you did when you were too fucked up to remember or be responsible for your actions. The situations are hilarious, and it seems they're willing to do anything for a good laugh. I didn't expect this movie to come out so fast, but I guess the fans demanded it. The director wanted to give the francise a proper and unforgettable end that will have us talking at the water cooler. Before seeing the trailer I was not expecting much, but the trailer surpassed me and gives us what we all want most in a Hangover movie, namely, everything. "This time, there's no wedding. No bachelor party. What could go wrong, right?" the official synopsis reads. "But when the Wolfpack hits the road, all bets are off." The debauchery fest hits theaters May 24.
By this point, most people seemed to have stopped going on about how The Hangover Part II basically amounted to a lackluster replica of its predecessor – and are instead now expressing their hope that the inevitable Part III will bring something new to the comedy table. Right before Part II hit theaters, director Tod Phillips began discussing his plans for The Hangover Part III to NOT be “in the same template” as the first two entries in the series. So exactly what shenanigans might The Wolfpack be up to that don’t involve getting outrageously drunk one night, only to wake up to a crisis the next morning as they try and piece together what craziness went down?
Hangover star Zach Galifiankis sat down recently for an interview with Rolling Stone, during the course of which he revealed some information about what Hangover 3 might entail. To quote:
According to what [Galifianakis has] heard, the plot [of 'Hangover 3'] ditches the format of the first two and focuses on his character escaping from a mental institution with help from the wolf pack.
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