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Hangover Part III Trailer Arrives
It all ends tonight...

07 March 2013  |  Written by James White  |  Source: Warner Bros.

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“Someone needs to burn this place to the ground,” is Stu's (Ed Helms) reaction upon returning to Las Vegas for The Hangover III. Well, it appears Todd Phillips and the gang might be the people for the job. Check out the first trailer for the new film. 

Though we have gathered a little bit more about the film from this footage, there’s still a lot that's yet to be revealed, plot-wise. What can we surmise? Well, it appears Alan’s dad (Jeffrey Tambor) has shuffled off the mortal coil, and Alan (Zach Galifianakis) has inherited some money.

We also know the Wolfpack of Stu, Alan and Bradley Cooper’s Phil head out on a road trip and run afoul of not only Mr Chow (Ken Jeong, back and hopefully fully clothed for the whole movie this time), but also a villain played by John Goodman. Is it also possible Alan has met his weird Soulmate in the form of Melissa McCarthy?

Returning faces include Heather Graham, Justin Bartha, Sasha Barrese and Jamie Chung, while Alan’s animal companion of choice this time is… a giraffe? Guess this is what happens when you’re Todd Phillips and you can request anything you want off the back of the first two movies’ earnings…

With luck, this one will avoid the pitfalls of the repetitive sequel and bring the trilogy to a resounding, funny close. It arrives in cinemas on May 24.


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Give it a rest...
This looks dreadful...give it a rest will you...only good part in that trailer is seeing Heather Graham...the rest...meh More

Posted by ronniem at 11:48 on 08 March 2013 | Report This Post

Looks Terrible!
Didn't find one line funny in that trailer. Getting into trouble with Mike Tyson for stealing (and pretending to sh&g) his tiger is funny. Getting into trouble with gangsters who are shooting people is just silly. Looks worse than the 2nd one. More

Posted by Bobby TwoTimes at 10:03 on 08 March 2013 | Report This Post

Looks Terrible!
Didn't find one line funny in that trailer. Getting into trouble with Mike Tyson for stealing (and pretending to sh&g) his tiger is funny. Getting into trouble with gangsters who are shooting people is just silly. Looks worse than the 2nd one. More

Posted by Bobby TwoTimes at 09:13 on 08 March 2013 | Report This Post

Looks hilariously awesome!!!
Loved that giraffe joke! xD More

Posted by kielerkai at 22:59 on 07 March 2013 | Report This Post

The 2nd one was bad. This looks worse.
That giraffe joke at the end was horrid as well. Animal cruelty for jokes is the worst kind of humor. More

Posted by criffle at 21:52 on 07 March 2013 | Report This Post

Am I broken?
Didn't laugh, smile or make any sound during that trailer. Maybe they included all the 'meh' parts of the movie to ensure they save all the laughs. More

Posted by HulkySmashSmash at 18:52 on 07 March 2013 | Report This Post

Not holding out much hope
"With luck, this one will avoid the pitfalls of the repetitive sequel and bring the trilogy to a resounding, funny close." Did you laugh at the trailer? I didn't. I cringed at the giraffe gag, does that count? More

Posted by hobbes3 at 18:30 on 07 March 2013 | Report This Post

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