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 The Hangover screenwriter talks Part 3
The Hangover Part 2 came in for a lot of criticism for sticking fairly rigidly to a tried and tested formula, and for that reason, excitement has been muted concerning the announcement of a third film…

The Hangover screenwriter talks Part 3

The Hangover Part 2 came in for a lot of criticism for sticking fairly rigidly to a tried and tested formula, and for that reason, excitement has been muted concerning the announcement of a third film…

The Hangover Part III gets a teaser logo
The Hangover Part III is heading into cinemas next May, and with shooting yet to begin, Legendary Pictures has stoked the fires of intrigue by releasing a teaser logo for the threequel…

The Hangover Part III gets a teaser logo

The Hangover Part III is heading into cinemas next May, and with shooting yet to begin, Legendary Pictures has stoked the fires of intrigue by releasing a teaser logo for the threequel…

The Hangover 3 will start filming in September
Despite a raft of lukewarm reviews and unfavourable comparisons with the original, The Hangover Part II grossed nearly $600 million worldwide, more than enough to convince Warner Bros that a second sequel is in order.
And according to Bradley Cooper, that sequel could be along sooner rather than later…

The Hangover 3 will start filming in September

Despite a raft of lukewarm reviews and unfavourable comparisons with the original, The Hangover Part II grossed nearly $600 million worldwide, more than enough to convince Warner Bros that a second sequel is in order.

And according to Bradley Cooper, that sequel could be along sooner rather than later…

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Bradley Cooper leaves The Crow
The upcoming remake of cult gothic actioner The Crow had hit a casting snag with the news that Bradley Cooper has left the project due to scheduling conflicts.Cooper was set to follow in Brandon Lee’s footsteps as undead avenger Eric Draven, but with The Hangover star already attached to David O. Russell’s Silver Linings Playbook and the upcoming Paradise Lost adaptation, it seems that The Crow has fallen by the wayside.The studio are keen to replace him as soon as possible, and a couple of name have already been mentioned…

Bradley Cooper leaves The Crow

The upcoming remake of cult gothic actioner The Crow had hit a casting snag with the news that Bradley Cooper has left the project due to scheduling conflicts.

Cooper was set to follow in Brandon Lee’s footsteps as undead avenger Eric Draven, but with The Hangover star already attached to David O. Russell’s Silver Linings Playbook and the upcoming Paradise Lost adaptation, it seems that The Crow has fallen by the wayside.

The studio are keen to replace him as soon as possible, and a couple of name have already been mentioned…

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What’s The Greatest Movie Summer Ever?
We’re gonna post 6 of the greatest movie summers - reblog your favourite!
2009
Star Trek: Practically the underdog in the sci-fi franchise stakes that summer (going up against Transformers 2 and Terminator Salvation), JJ Abrams’ fresh, character-driven take on Trek satisfied fans and newbies alike, leaving cinema-goers ravenous for more.Harry Potter And The Half-Blood Prince: The franchise is more frequently associated with the winter months, but Harry Potter is still a monster success in the summer. Ever-dependable, the series continued the dark march towards the finale with considerable style in this (almost) penultimate entry.The Hangover: With all the hype surrounding this bromantic mega-hit (and the sequel which is currently doing the rounds), it’s easy to forget why it was so popular. Which is basically because the ‘What the hell happened?’ mystery augments a movie that is, frankly, mercilessly funny.Up: You might be weeping a mere five minutes into this charming Pixar animation, but keep your chin up, as you’re watching one of the most artful adventures of recent years. Unashamedly heartfelt, and all the better for it.Public Enemies: Michael Mann’s Depression-era Heat pits Johnny Depp’s rakish John Dillinger against Christian Bale’s unswerving lawman. The period details are precise, the gunfights authentically loud, but it’s the characters that’ll get you by the throat here.

What’s The Greatest Movie Summer Ever?

We’re gonna post 6 of the greatest movie summers - reblog your favourite!

2009

Star Trek: Practically the underdog in the sci-fi franchise stakes that summer (going up against Transformers 2 and Terminator Salvation), JJ Abrams’ fresh, character-driven take on Trek satisfied fans and newbies alike, leaving cinema-goers ravenous for more.

Harry Potter And The Half-Blood Prince: The franchise is more frequently associated with the winter months, but Harry Potter is still a monster success in the summer. Ever-dependable, the series continued the dark march towards the finale with considerable style in this (almost) penultimate entry.

The Hangover: With all the hype surrounding this bromantic mega-hit (and the sequel which is currently doing the rounds), it’s easy to forget why it was so popular. Which is basically because the ‘What the hell happened?’ mystery augments a movie that is, frankly, mercilessly funny.

Up: You might be weeping a mere five minutes into this charming Pixar animation, but keep your chin up, as you’re watching one of the most artful adventures of recent years. Unashamedly heartfelt, and all the better for it.

Public Enemies: Michael Mann’s Depression-era Heat pits Johnny Depp’s rakish John Dillinger against Christian Bale’s unswerving lawman. The period details are precise, the gunfights authentically loud, but it’s the characters that’ll get you by the throat here.

The Hangover: Part II review…
“It happened again!” groans a sweat-drenched, filthy, bloodied Bradley Cooper from the roof of a Bangkok hotel minutes into the follow-up to 2009’s smash hit.
Oh yes, it did. Only more so.In case you have been face-down in your own comatose drool for the last 2 years, a quick recap on what happened before: Three stag do friends woke up in a trashed Las Vegas suite with no memory of the night before and an AWOL groom.Like Memento with delirium tremens, the trio had to piece together details of their debauchery to find their mate.  Employing an ‘if-it’-ain’t-broke’ methodology to the misadventures of Phil and gang, The Hangover 2 makes no apology for being a carbon copy of the original, just amped up, strung out and dropped into Thailand.Which means after some perfunctory scene-setting – Stu (Helms) is getting married in Thailand so the boys have a pre-wedding quiet drink only to come to in Bangkok with amnesia and a member of the party missing – we can get down to the real business of watching the boys endure a series of gross out situations, humiliating disasters, pain and mental/physical duress.

The Hangover: Part II review…

“It happened again!” groans a sweat-drenched, filthy, bloodied Bradley Cooper from the roof of a Bangkok hotel minutes into the follow-up to 2009’s smash hit.

Oh yes, it did. Only more so.

In case you have been face-down in your own comatose drool for the last 2 years, a quick recap on what happened before: Three stag do friends woke up in a trashed Las Vegas suite with no memory of the night before and an AWOL groom.

Like Memento with delirium tremens, the trio had to piece together details of their debauchery to find their mate. 

Employing an ‘if-it’-ain’t-broke’ methodology to the misadventures of Phil and gang, The Hangover 2 makes no apology for being a carbon copy of the original, just amped up, strung out and dropped into Thailand.

Which means after some perfunctory scene-setting – Stu (Helms) is getting married in Thailand so the boys have a pre-wedding quiet drink only to come to in Bangkok with amnesia and a member of the party missing – we can get down to the real business of watching the boys endure a series of gross out situations, humiliating disasters, pain and mental/physical duress.

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Todd Phillips confirms he’d be interested in Hangover 3
With The Hangover Part II opening worldwide next week, director Todd Phillips has spoken out about the possibility of a third and final Hangover movie.While quizzed at a press conference for Part II, Phillips was surprisingly positive regarding the idea of continuing the series with Part III.Though the director admits that “quite honestly we really haven’t talked about it as we just finished the movie two weeks ago”, he goes on to add that a third movie could be a trilogy capper.“The third would very much be a finale and an ending,” Phillips says. “The most I could say about it - and I haven’t discussed it with these actors - is that it is not following that template but very much a new idea.”

Todd Phillips confirms he’d be interested in Hangover 3

With The Hangover Part II opening worldwide next week, director Todd Phillips has spoken out about the possibility of a third and final Hangover movie.

While quizzed at a press conference for Part II, Phillips was surprisingly positive regarding the idea of continuing the series with Part III.

Though the director admits that “quite honestly we really haven’t talked about it as we just finished the movie two weeks ago”, he goes on to add that a third movie could be a trilogy capper.

“The third would very much be a finale and an ending,” Phillips says. “The most I could say about it - and I haven’t discussed it with these actors - is that it is not following that template but very much a new idea.”

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Bradley Cooper could star in The Crow remake
In a totally unexpected bit of casting speculation, it seems that Bradley Cooper could be starring in Juan Carlos Fresnadillo’s remake of The Crow. The pretty-boy actor, whose fame sky-rocketed after The Hangover, is in early talks to star in the remake according to The Hollywood Reporter.He’d obviously play the rock star who seeks revenge from beyond the grave, after being murdered while intervening in an attack on his girlfriend. While there’s yet to be an official announcement regarding Cooper and 28 Weeks Later director Fresnadillo’s talks, sources claim that they “shared a vision for the character and film.”

Bradley Cooper could star in The Crow remake

In a totally unexpected bit of casting speculation, it seems that Bradley Cooper could be starring in Juan Carlos Fresnadillo’s remake of The Crow. The pretty-boy actor, whose fame sky-rocketed after The Hangover, is in early talks to star in the remake according to The Hollywood Reporter.

He’d obviously play the rock star who seeks revenge from beyond the grave, after being murdered while intervening in an attack on his girlfriend. While there’s yet to be an official announcement regarding Cooper and 28 Weeks Later director Fresnadillo’s talks, sources claim that they “shared a vision for the character and film.

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Liam Neeson cut from Hangover 2
Liam Neeson’s much publicised cameo has been cut from The Hangover: Part II. Nick Cassavetes will now play the role of a Bangkok tattoo artist, originally destined for Mel Gibson.
After choosing to cut the proceeding scene, director Todd Phillips ordered a re-shoot but the busy Unknown star was unable to schedule it - having started filming the sequel to Clash of the Titans. Talking to Variety, however, Phillips assured fans of the franchise that Cassavetes had “turned out great.”

Liam Neeson cut from Hangover 2

Liam Neeson’s much publicised cameo has been cut from The Hangover: Part II. Nick Cassavetes will now play the role of a Bangkok tattoo artist, originally destined for Mel Gibson.

After choosing to cut the proceeding scene, director Todd Phillips ordered a re-shoot but the busy Unknown star was unable to schedule it - having started filming the sequel to Clash of the Titans. Talking to Variety, however, Phillips assured fans of the franchise that Cassavetes had “turned out great.

The Hangover Part II gets its first full trailer

Fittingly, considering today is April Fool’s Day, the first full trailer for The Hangover Part II has gone online - and it’s a hoot.

Basically taking the concept of the first movie and injecting it with the sequel rule of “go bigger”, director Todd Phillips has gifted the idea of blokes getting wrecked together a fresh, epic scale.

So there’s guns, helicopters – and lots of jokes involving the distinctly furry new monkey cast member.

There are also a fair few nods back to the original Hangover, with Stu worried that he’s missing teeth, and Alan giving a truly awful speech and still enjoying a good penis gag.

First Hangover 2 poster makes its way online
The Hangover Part II is out in just a few months, and the film’s first official poster has made its way online.Showing off our three leads – Zach Galifianakis, Bradley Cooper and Ed Helms – looking typically wasted/terrified, it seems like a bit of a replication of the scene we glimpsed in the film’s teaser trailer.Helms in particular looks like he just needs a big hug – and with a tattoo like that on his face (courtesy of a cameoing Liam Neeson), he probably deserves it.There’s also the presence of a new fourth wolf – a monkey who in the film takes a shine to Cooper’s character.

First Hangover 2 poster makes its way online

The Hangover Part II is out in just a few months, and the film’s first official poster has made its way online.

Showing off our three leads – Zach Galifianakis, Bradley Cooper and Ed Helms – looking typically wasted/terrified, it seems like a bit of a replication of the scene we glimpsed in the film’s teaser trailer.

Helms in particular looks like he just needs a big hug – and with a tattoo like that on his face (courtesy of a cameoing Liam Neeson), he probably deserves it.

There’s also the presence of a new fourth wolf – a monkey who in the film takes a shine to Cooper’s character.