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December 07, 2011  | by: Kyle Edwards
Cooper’s First Hangover

In a recent appearance on the Graham Norton Show, Bradley Cooper let slip some details about the possible third installment of The Hangover series. If everything goes according to plan, filming will begin in September of next year. For some – 14-year-olds, frat guys, dads, etc. – this comes as wonderful news. Others are dreading that the threequel will be as lifeless and predictable as The Hangover Part II.

There have been talks that the third film of the series will not follow the same hazy-puzzle formula as the previous two. In an interview with Rolling Stone, Zach Galifianakis said that the new film will center around his character’s escape from a mental institution with help from co-stars Cooper, Ed Helms and Justin Bartha.

If I may be so bold as to make a prediction: If this is the case, it can be almost guaranteed that at some point, the guys will ingest some high-grade antipsychotic, transporting them a day or two into the future without a single recollection of the past. Ken Jeong will be naked. Someone will get a tattoo/lose a tooth/undergo drastic body modification. At the end of the film, we’ll see a disturbing photomontage with an overabundance of full frontal male nudity.

You know, as much as I’m against Hollywood recycling the same ideas over and over again, this doesn’t sound half bad.

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