The Hangover is almost cured, the Wolf Pack is about to disband, and the most popular feature-length comedy trilogy of all time is about to come to an end.
Directed by Todd Phillips, ‘The Hangover 3’ reunites Bradley Cooper (Phil), Ed Helms (Stu), Zach Galifianakis (Alan), and Justin Bartha (Doug), and is due for release this Friday, May 24.
This installment of the franchise is set two years after the ‘incident’ in Bangkok, and takes a very different tone from the first two movies. Instead of the adversarialism, and unwanted drug use, the Wolf Pack come together to save one of their own from a grizzly-voiced gangster played by John Goodman.
Explaining the difference between this movie and the ones before it, Bradley Cooper said: “There’s no more lost night, there’s no more inebriated devastation, it is literally just ‘let’s take care of my friends.'”
That doesn’t mean there’s any less mayhem though, with Mr. Chow (Ken Jeong) returning crazier than ever from a stint in prison, and Alan off his meds anything could happen. As the teasers say, “One way or another… it all ends here.”
Speaking about how the Hangover franchise has affected the leading actors lives at the Hangover 3 press conference, Ed Helms said: “There was a moment that all of us shared at a dinner in London… Warner Bros. PR folks were all with us saying ‘Do you guys understand what’s happening here. This is going to change your lives.'”
Watch the Wolf Pack return to Vegas one last time below: