The Hangover Part III: Already in the Works!

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In news about as surprising as a political figure involved in absurd sexual antics, The Hangover: Part III is already moving ahead, according to reports.

After the success of the first movie and the monumental opening of The Hangover: Part II, was there ever much doubt about a third installment?

Speaking to Rolling Stone magazine recently, Zach Galifiankis stated: "They want to do a Hangover III, I'm getting fricking phone calls already."

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Galifiankis also spoke of a possible move away from the basic premise, one that was essentially repeated verbatim for The Hangover: Part II.

He mentioned the possibility of the film being set in an asylum with Alan as a resident and the rest of the gang attempting to break him out.

Amsterdam has been rumored as a possible destination for the third film, which seems like a logical destination. But Todd Philips isn't sure.

The director said that “As far as where it takes place, I’m very open, like the Olympic committee, to being presented and pitched by cities, flown around with wine and women and bribed and then I will make my decision.”

What do you think? Would you see The Hangover: Part III?

 

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