Hangover 3 Confirmed- Will be in L.A
Your favourite 'Wolfpack' will return for a third and final film.
Todd Phillips’ insanely popular ‘The Hangover’ is set to release a third installment, confirms the film’s star, Bradley Cooper.
Cooper will once again play Phil Wenneck, and Zach Galifianakis and Ed Helms will reprise their roles as the other two members of the ‘Wolfpack’.
"I hope we're going to start shooting in September. I know Todd Phillips is working on the script," Cooper said on The Graham Norton Show.
"We adhered to the formula in the second one, [and] the third would close the trilogy. I think it'll take place in LA and not adhere to the structure, it might be different," he continued.
Todd Phillips had previously announced that if a third film were to be made, it would be “a finale and an ending.”
"If we were to do a third one, if the audience, if the desire was there, I think we have a very clear idea where that would head. It's certainly not in the same template that you've seen these movies," Phillips told The Playlist.
So, now you have it, folks…. We get a third one, but it will definitely be the last. Unless, of course, it’s successful. Cher has announced how many “final tours”?
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