The third ‘Hangover III’ hits theaters May 24, and it looks… super weird.
Because some people never quite figure out their tolerance level, Phil (Bradley Cooper), Stuart (Ed Helms) and Alan (Zach Galifianakis) are returning to theaters this summer for the third — and allegedly final — installment in TheHangoverthrillogy. Ken Jeong will also be back as the always-psychotic Leslie Chow, and judging by this new poster, I’d say he’s got himself a score to settle with the most bearded member of the Wolf Pack. (Let’s just hope there’s less of Little Chow this time.)
If you loved Bradley, Zach and Ed in the first ‘Hangover’ then buckle up because their night in Bangkok will have you in fits of laughter!
They wolfpack is back! I went to the NYC premiere of The Hangover: Part II hosted by the Cinema Society & Bing and I can tell you that it far exceeded my expectations. The boys head to Thailand and even though Stu [Ed Helms] would rather have his bachelor party at a Waffle House … Alan [Zach Galifianakis] is back to his old tricks to make sure that doesn’t happen.
Bradley says it’s so much fun shooting the ‘Hangover’ flicks that he’d love to film a third — do you think that’s a good idea?
Bradley Cooper planted a little seed in our minds … Hangover 3! But before we jump the gun, the sequel to his hit 2009 film The Hangover also starring Zach Galifianakis, and Ed Helms, hits theaters this Memorial Day weekend and we can tell you it’s just as hilarious as the first. But don’t expect director Todd Phillips‘ drunken saga to end when the credits of crazy pictures roll this weekend — HollywoodLife.com knows that Bangkok may not be their last stop!
In his first interview since tapes of his raging anger toward the mother of his infant girl surfaced, Mel tells Deadline.com he regrets his outburst — but it ‘doesn’t represent what I truly believe.’
Mel Gibson is sorry — now! The infamous tapes of his sexist, racist and threatening rants at Oksana Grigorieva, the mother of his baby daughter Lucia, caught him at his worst, he tells our sister site Deadline.com!
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The Golden Globes are just a few hours away, but there’s still time to get those predictions in! Who will take home the gold at tonight’s big ceremony? Everyone here at HollywoodLife.com put our heads together to came up with a list of potential winners in the top categories. Have a look at our list and tell us what you think. Click here for the list!
Are you ready to see a movie made about Tiger’s life?
If you’re waiting with bated breath for someone to come out and say they’re producing/directing/writing Tiger Woods’ personal drama into a Hollywood script, director Todd Phillips just may be the man for the job! Todd — who’s known for comedies like Old School and Starsky and Hutch — says he’s ready to branch out in dramas, and a Tiger Woods biopic might be the perfect crossover project. “If I were going to do Tiger’s movie, [I would do it as] a drama,” the director dished to HollywoodLife.com exclusively Dec. 10 at The Hangover DVD launch party in Las Vegas. “It would be like The Blind Side.”
If remaining hangover-free after a big holiday party is on your Christmas wish list, take down these tips from the…er…experts
Although ’tis the season for celebration (and we know a good fete involves eggnog and champagne), a miserable feeling can follow the day after partying a little too hard. So we chatted to a few stars in Las Vegas about how to keep the day-after hurt far away and the favorite drinks that potentially could put them in a bad (but good) place. We recommend you don’t try Justin Bartha‘s beverage of choice. “I’m probably just going to drink 100 percent pure rubbing alcohol. Only rubbing alcohol,” the star told HollywoodLife.com exclusively at The Hangover DVD launch party Dec. 10 in Las Vegas.