The official trailer for The Hangover: Part III was released a few days ago. Just within the first 3 days it was released, it has already garnered over 2,000,000 views on Youtube. Crazy, right?! You can check out the trailer below, as well as 79 HD screen captures from the trailer in the gallery. Enjoy!
Movie Productions > The Hangover: Part III > Theatrical Trailer
The official teaser trailer for The Hangover: Part III was released yesterday. You can check out the teaser below, as well as 38 HD screen captures in the gallery. What do you guys think of the teaser? Leave a comment and let us know. The Hangover: Part III hits theaters on May 24, 2013.
Movie Productions > The Hangover: Part III > Teaser Trailer
Entertainment Weekly has released the very first movie still of Bradley from The Hangover: Part III. It’s only a MQ version, but it will be replaced with and HQ version when I can get my hands on one. Enjoy!
Movie Productions > The Hangover: Part III > Production Stills
Hi everybody! I just updated the gallery with 71 on set photos of Bradley filming The Hangover: Part III! The photos were from several months ago, most being in September of 2012. Looking at the photos has me excited for the movie! I have some more photos I will be uploading in a few. So look out for those. Enjoy!
Movie Productions > The Hangover: Part III > On Set – September 11, 2012
Movie Productions > The Hangover: Part III > On Set – September 13, 2012
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Movie Productions > The Hangover: Part III > On Set – September 23, 2012
Movie Productions > The Hangover: Part III > On Set – October 16, 2012
Bradley Cooper is confirming the cast of the popular movie and its sequel are set to reunite for a third movie set in Los Angeles.
The actor shot to international fame with his role in the 2009 Las Vegas-based comedy opposite Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis and Justin Bartha, and a follow-up, The Hangover Part II, set in Thailand, was released earlier this year.
Cooper has now revealed filming on the third installment should begin next September and he believes the film will be set in California.
He tells TV host Graham Norton, “I hope we’ll start shooting next September. I know (director) Todd Phillips is working on the script. We stuck to the formula in the second one but the third would need to close the trilogy. I think it’ll take place in L.A. and not adhere to the structure.”
Bradley Cooper has revealed that he is “up for” making The Hangover 3.
The Limitless star told Digital Spy in a live Twitter chat that he is keen to return for another comedy sequel.
Asked if his character Phil, Alan (Zach Galifianakis) and Stu (Ed Helms) might head to Europe or London, Cooper replied: “For sure! And that would be insane to shoot it here. Insane meaning good!”
Naming the funniest moments from filming this year’s The Hangover Part II, the 36-year-old said: “Shooting the stills in the hotel we wake up in in Bangkok with Mr Chow, and the gun, and the pile of cocaine.”
Cooper’s Hangover co-star Galifianakis earlier claimed that the proposed sequel will leave the format of the first two movies behind to see the wolf pack helping Alan break out of a mental institution.
Limitless, which sees Cooper star opposite Robert De Niro, is released on Blu-ray and DVD on August 1.
Bradley Cooper is in San Diego drumming up support and buzz for the recently announced “Paradise Lost” adaptation he’s going to do with director Alex Proyas (“Dark City”). But while talking to press, he might have dropped a serious hint at the direction of the third “Hangover” (should that sequel actually happen).
Cooper was questioned by EW about Zach Galifianakis’ comments that the next “Hangover” might involve Cooper, Justin Bartha and Ed Helms breaking the deranged Alan out of a mental institute.
“You know what? That might be right,” Cooper said.
When pressed on the comment – because many thought Galifianakis tossed it out there just to throw nagging journalists down a different road – Cooper hedged by saying, “I mean, I have no idea. But that sounds good!”
And you know what? It does sound good. It would be a separation from the wake-up-hungover formula that powered Todd Phillips’ first two comedies to box office superstardom. And given the success of “The Hangover Part II,” you know a third one will happen. I’m thrilled Phillips wants to go down a new avenue, and if Cooper’s right, that idea could work very well.
Between the surprise No. 1 opening of the thriller Limitless, in which he played as a burned out writer who becomes a super genius thanks to an experimental drug, the gargantuan success of The Hangover Part II, and that viral clip showing him doing an interview in fluent French, Bradley Cooper’s career has gone into overdrive this year. On Friday, Cooper will take the stage at Comic-Con to start stoking buzz among the nerderati for Paradise Lost, director Alex Proyas’ big-budget, effects-driven adaptation of John Milton’s 17th-century epic poem, in which he will play Satan. Limitless hit DVD shelves on Tuesday, complete with an alternate ending (“the original ending was that alternate ending,” Cooper reveals, “but I like the ending that was in the movie theaters—I think it changes the whole movie”) and an unrated extended cut (“the script was much more profane—there are a lot more f—s, some nudity, and some more blood,” he says). While talking to EW to tout the DVD release, Cooper also shared some thoughts about the prospect of playing Satan, shot down reports he’ll star in Doug Liman’s sci-fi film Luna, and — maybe — dropped a hint about the plot of The Hangover Part III.
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: So did Paradise Lost fall into your lap after all the success you’ve had this year?
BRADLEY COOPER: The absolute opposite of falling into my lap. I must have met with the director five times. I’d been vying for that role for three years. And then I actually put myself on tape unsolicited in my kitchen, just so he’d look at it. [Laughs] Not much has changed.
Alex Proyas has done big sci-fi films like I Robot and Dark City. So is this sort of a sci-fi take on Milton’s poem?
It’s not a sci-fi take on Paradise Lost — it is Paradise Lost. It’s a cinematic adaptation of Milton’s poem with motion capture. That technology is evolving exponentially by the minute, so where they were when they did Avatar as opposed to where they are now is almost different worlds. I just did the whole fitting for the motion-capture helmet that you wear, and we start shooting at the end of October in Sydney, Australia. I’m very excited.
So what appealed to you about playing Lucifer?
I loved studying that poem at Georgetown. I just fell in love with that character. Satan is kind of the guy you agree with — I don’t know if you agree with him, but you understand his argument and he’s very compelling. Hopefully we’ll be able to maintain the integrity of that.
What’s your Lucifer going to look like onscreen?
I think he’s going to look like me. I don’t know what that says about how satanic I look but, yes, it will be me. [Laughs]
It’s also been reported you’re attached to director Doug Liman’s sci-fi film Luna. Is that right?
No, that’s an IMDB creation. It’s like The Flash — I read I was going to be in The Flash and I called my agent and he was like, “No, bro, you’re not going to be in The Flash.” [Laughs]
Then there’s the rumored remake of The Crow you’re supposedly going to star in. What’s the status of that?
I don’t know the status of that. It’s something I really loved, but we’ll see about that.
And where do things stand with The Hangover Part III?
Whenever Todd [Phillips] says, I’m in.
Zach Galifianakis said in an interview recently that the plot may have to do with his character, Alan, being in a mental hospital and the rest of the Wolfpack breaking him out.
You know what? That might be right.
Really? A lot of people assumed that he was joking, and Warner Bros. has said there are no real plans for the movie yet.
I mean, I have no idea. But that sounds good. [Laughs]