This time, there's no wedding. No bachelor party. What could go wrong, right? But when the Wolfpack hits the road, all bets are off.
The Hangover Part II was essentially a carbon copy of The Hangover, but it made enough money (almost $600 million worldwide) that Warner Bros. broke out the check book to get the principal cast and director Todd Phillips back on board to conclude the "trilogy" with one last outing. Rumor has it that the boys will be spending time in Los Angeles, Las Vegas and Tijuana, which seems much more entertaining than their dreary Bangkok outing in Part II. Still, it's concerning that they are once again working on a tight schedule - putting only two years between sequels is rarely a good idea - and it's hard to imagine they will ever be able to successfully reproduce the unique alchemy of dark comedy and mystery that worked so well the first time.