Two of the biggest releases of the year in film and TV have come from the people behind The Hangover: Todd Phillips and Craig Mazin.
The Hangover launched the careers of its stars and inspired two sequels but Ed Helms doesn't think there's any chance of a fourth movie happening.
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Screen Rant heads to Las Vegas to chat with the cast and crew of 'The Hangover Part III' about concluding the most successful R-rated comedy franchise ever, and why it needed to end.
The first TV spot for 'The Hangover Part III' has arrived; meanwhile, costars John Goodman and Ken Jeong have gotten their own posters.
New images from 'The Hangover Part III' tease the Wolfpack's return to Las Vegas. Meanwhile, director Todd Philips describes the film as Alan's (Zach Galifianakis) story.
Production has begun for Todd Phillips' 'The Hangover Part III,' which looks like it might revolve around a road trip of sorts.
Both 'The Hangover Part III' and the '300' spinoff will hit theaters in Summer 2013. Meanwhile, Guillermo del Toro's 'Pacific Rim' has returned to its original July 2013 release date.
The third 'Hangover' movie should begin filming by September 2012 and may be set in L.A., according to franchise star Bradley Cooper.
Director Todd Phillips is already talking up the idea that 'The Hangover Part 3' will be the final 'Hangover' film - over a week ahead before the release of the Wolfpack's second drunken adventure.