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The Wolfpack, folks, is on its way back.

On May 26, The Hangover 2 hits theaters around the country. Featuring original stars Zach Galifianakis, Bradley Cooper, Justin Bartha, and Ed Helms, the sequel will find these well-meaning morons in Thailand for Stu's wedding. As you might expect, things don't go so smoothly during the pre-ceremony brunch.

While the following trailer doesn't reveal much about the follow-up, we dare you not to crack up at the sight of Galifianakis' Alan...

by Free Britney at . Comments

Goodbye, Mel Gibson. Hello, William Jefferson Clinton!

That's right, the former President of the United States will make an appearance in The Hangover 2, which is now filming in Thailand, a Clinton source reports.

Clinton shot his brief appearance Saturday in Bangkok, where part of the production takes place, and where he was delivering a speech on clean energy.

I feel your pain ... hangovers are the worst!

Bill Clinton will play himself in the cameo. This is not the same role Mel Gibson was hired and then fired from (that part will now be filled by Liam Neeson).

Directed by Todd Philips, the sequel brings back stars Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Justin Bartha and Zach Galifianakis, who reportedly torpedoed Mel's cameo.

Hopefully no one among the cast and crew objects to center-left political views or Oval Office dalliances with cigars, because we can't wait to see Bubba on film.

by Free Britney at . Comments

Mel Gibson was set to play a small role in The Hangover 2 until the film's producers unexpectedly cut Mel's cameo, citing unrest among the cast and crew.

It's unclear who specifically objected, but rumors are swirling that Zach Galifianakis - whose Hangover quotes pretty much made the original - is behind it.

In a Comedy Death-Ray Radio podcast October 15, Zach lamented that, as an actor, "you don’t have a lot of control" over elements of a film's production.

Moreover, "I’m in a deep protest right now with a movie I’m working on, up in arms about something," Galifianakis said. "But … I’m not making any leeway.”

Combined with director Todd Phillips’ comment that Gibson “did not have the full support of my entire cast and crew,” you can see how that rumor started.

Galifianakis' manager had no comment on this, nor did Phillips, who was excited to have Gibson on board. The move has sparked outcry from some fans.

Supporters note that Mel, despite his issues, hasn't been charged with a crime, unlike Mike Tyson, who had a role in the first Hangover and raped someone.

Regardless of Zach's involvement, should Mel have lost the role?


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