'Hangover' writer in talks for a three-quel
There's been much chatter about a potential “Hangover III," such as the idea that the Wolf Pack may end up in Amsterdam or Todd Phillips may eschew his forgotten night “blueprint."
But after that record-setting open from the "Hangover II," Warner Bros. seems to be revving up for a third installment, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The comedy, starring Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis, collected more than $200 million worldwide over Memorial Day weekend, breaking records for a comedy open in North America.
It would make sense, then, if Warner Bros. wanted to get to work on another one.
Although the studio didn't officially comment on its intent to go gung-ho with a third “Hangover,” it seems Craig Mazin, the writer of “Part II” is in early talks to work on the third installment. According to THR, a source at Warner Bros. said “Hangover III” is “all but a given.”