The studio does not care if Hangover 3 is goning to be good or not. It's all about money. It's a stupid idea to make a sequel to Hangover Part 2, because it was the same as the first film. There should have never made the sequel to the first fick, it should of been a one hit wonder.
Jan 25 - 02:09 PM
I won't see it unless it's on the movie channel. This news also makes one to wonder how come theres no other drunken escapade movies out there- how come we have to settle for this kind of series and no other, why can't other movie companies exploit this idea as well!
Jan 25 - 05:16 PM
I guess I'm in the minority who thinks both movies are really funny. I thought both were a great time.
I assume part 3 will be Zach's character gettin' hitched?
Jan 26 - 05:47 AM
At least the first movie had originality going for it. The second was just a depraved mess.
Jan 26 - 06:06 AM
Don't Tase Me Bro
Here's the most plausible tagline for this smash and grab sequel at the cinema: HANGOVER III, "Now, with more penis!"
I came across this the other day:
Hot off the success of his sequel to HANGOVER, Director Todd Philips has promised his key demographic (heterosexual men between the ages 21-45) more of what they love in the second sequel: a shlong-shot in every scene.
"I've written a role exclusively for Mike (Fassbender) to star in, because of his unabashed lack of shyness in SHAME this past year...but I haven't heard back from him yet, " Philips was recently quoted as saying to 'Out' magazine.
In another gratuitous plan to cop a feel with audiences, Philips added, "I've got a hilarious idea where I strap a miniature camera to Ed's (Helms) 'member' while he fumbles his way around a Gay Porn shoot, to give my audience more of what they love, which is a lot more penis."
Philips promised to break the final taboo in a major film release: a fully-erect penis.
"Oh yeah. We're definitely doing that for sure. In fact, I've made it a major part of the plot, in actuality."
Asked if a potential NC-17 rating will kill his film at the Box Office, Philips echoed SHAME director McQueen's sentiments, "I think audiences aren't deterred by the NC-17 rating anymore and are actually ready for more wang, really. What's the big idea, anyway? It's been paraded around in art for thousands of years. My god, the Washington monument is the most phallic symbol of our freedom as Americans, and are you going to tell me that monument is not fully erect?"
Jan 26 - 07:44 AM
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New Transformers trailer
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