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03 December 2009  |  Written by Helen O'Hara  

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Ken Jeong has been making small but perfectly formed appearances in the likes of Role Models, Pineapple Express and Couples Retreat. But he gets a plum role in The Hangover, as a gangster who does his level best to steal the movie - and here's a bonus deleted scene showing Jeong's freewheeling improv as he shows his affection for the men he's trying to blackmail.

For the three of you who missed this one in the cinema, it's the story of three friends (played by Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis) trying to find the missing groom Doug (Justin Bartha) after their stag do goes horribly wrong. Jeong's Mr Chow plays an eccentric gangster who may hold the key to Doug's whereabouts. This deleted scene is spoiler-free, don't worry.

 

The Hangover is available on DVD, On Demand, Digital Download and Blu-ray on December 7, which might come in handy for Christmas presents for reprobate friends.


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