The Hangover is a trilogy of three American comedies made by Todd Phillips and written by Jon Lucas and Scott Moore. In all three movies, a group of four friends on their way to a bachelor party get into trouble. Three of the four men are on a mission in all three movies to find their missing friend. The first two movies focus on what happens after a night of drinking and partying before a party in Las Vegas and Bangkok.
The third and final movie, instead of a bachelor party, involves a road trip and a kidnapping. In each movie in the series, the focus is on how the friends deal with the consequences of their actions, even as they are constantly embarrassed and sometimes even hurt. All three movies came out between 2009 and 2013, and they have made a total of $1.4 billion in the United States and around the world.
Now, people are curious to if the sequel of Hangover will ever be release or not. Here’s everything you need to know about the movie Hangover.
Is There Going To Be Part 4 Of The Hangover?
The last Hangover movie came out almost 10 years ago. It was part of a blockbuster trilogy starring Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, and Zach Galifianakis as friends who try to figure out where they went after a series of bachelor parties. Part III was thought to be the last movie in the series, but the actors have hinted that there might be more.
Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis didn’t completely rule out a Hangover Part IV in an exclusive interview with RadioTimes.com before the release of their upcoming animated comedy Ron’s Gone Wrong.
It seems that The Hangover 4 isn’t going to be released. However, there is no official statement from the movie creators. We’ll update our readers when any further details emerge.
What Else We Know About The Hangover Movie?
In the first part of The Hangover, Phil Wenneck, Stu Price, and Alan Garner go to Las Vegas for a bachelor party for their friend Doug Billings, who is getting married soon. Phil, Stu, and Alan don’t remember what happened the night before, so they need to find Doug before the wedding.
Lucas and Moore wrote the script after hearing that Chris Bender’s friend went missing in Las Vegas after his bachelor party. Phillips and Jeremy Garelick rewrote the script after Lucas and Moore sold it to Warner Bros. for $2 million. They added a tiger, a subplot with a baby and a police car, and real-life boxer Mike Tyson. The movie was shot for fifteen days in Nevada.
For Stu’s wedding, Phil, Stu, Alan, and Doug all go to Thailand. After the bachelor party in Las Vegas in the last movie, Stu doesn’t want to take any chances, so he plans a quiet brunch before his wedding. But things don’t go as planned, and the next day he wakes up with a hangover and has no idea what he did the night before. Phil, Stu, and Alan go to Bangkok to look for Teddy, who is going to be Stu’s brother-in-law.
Warner Bros. hired Phillips and Scot Armstrong to write a sequel to The Hangover after a trailer brought down the house at ShoWest in April 2009, two months before the movie came out. In March 2010, the main actors were chosen to play the same roles they had in the first movie. The filming began in Ontario, California, in October 2010, and then moved to Thailand.
Phil, Stu, and Doug are all happy at home and don’t do much. Alan is the only one of the Wolfpack who is not happy. Alan has stopped taking his meds and given in to his natural urges because he still doesn’t feel like he has a purpose in life. His father’s untimely death forces him to finally look at his life and get the help he needs. Phil, Stu, and Doug are there to make sure that Alan takes the first step. This time, Alan gets married to Cassandra and quits The Wolfpack, but when the group goes on the road, things still go wrong.
Phillips first talked about making a third movie in May 2011, just a few days before The Hangover Part II came out. Craig Mazin, who helped write Part II, was also hired in May to write the script for the movie. In January 2012, the main actors signed on, and filming started in September 2012 in Los Angeles, California, before moving to Nogales, Arizona, and Las Vegas, Nevada. On May 23, 2013, the movie came out.