This is everything we loved about ‘The Hangover’ and more all new epic, outrageous comedy.
Now we can all get face tats without fear of legal repercussion.
Is this the result of a night where WB marketing executives partied too hard?
More casting news than you can shove a spur into.
It will be the most non-threatening knock-down, drag-out battle this world has ever seen.
Does Bradley Cooper have some enigmatic, macabre quality that I’m just missing?
To get a good view of some of Hollywood's newest crop of comedic talent, all one has to do is take a look at a list of "The Hangover" cast….
Eric Draven can come back from the dead, but when he’s killed with a lawsuit, he becomes perma-dead.
Such a shame we didn’t get one with Liam Neeson.
In my mind at least, The Crow has always been a really handsome preppy guy with insane abs.
There is maybe nothing worse than watching A-list celebrities awkwardly try (and fail) to raise awareness about child sex trafficking through deadpan humor.
If you are a guy and you are looking for a great way to spend a hilarious afternoon, then be sure to watch any one of the funniest movies ever…
People you will see in ‘The Hangover Part II’: Zach Galifianakis, Bradley Cooper and Ed Helms. People who you will not see: Liam Neeson. Monkeys you will see: that monkey they now have.
Sure it’s the same movie. But even if Todd Philips made a scene-for-scene remake, I’d still pay money to see it.
Check out what craaaaaazy sheeeeet the Wolfpack gets into in Bangkok.
Robert De Niro, who was most recently seen taking a needle to Little Bobby, has all but killed Jonathan Demme’s ‘Honeymoon With Harry’. The script must be lacking jokes about cat nipples.
At its core, it’s just 90 minutes of dumb fun based on a concept that appeals to anyone who has ever struggled to do anything.
For the record, if your film doesn’t feature a monkey it’s an automatic turd that couldn’t open on a tugboat.
Director: Neil Burger Cast: Bradley Cooper, Abbie Cornish, Robert De Niro Synopsis: A copywriter discovers a top-secret drug which bestows him with super human abilities. Release Date: March 18, 2011
The Wolfpack is back.
The always dependable (if slightly cheesy) ‘Entertainment Tonight’ paid a visit to the set of ‘The Hangover 2′, and gave us a glimpse of the kind of insanity we’re in store for when it in theaters May 26th.
Breaking! Secondary celebrity Bradley Cooper has his next project in the works!
We’ve got a couple official pics from the year’s two biggest comedies. See if you can find some humor in them.
Last time we checked in with Bradley Cooper, he was hawking a pill with the ability to bring out your inner-Bradley Cooper. That was a clever teaser for the film Limitless, which we now have a better look at.
In this faux pharmaceutical commercial, Bradley Cooper sells the life-changing drug NZT. The pill makes you sharper, stronger, faster, and smarter and Bradley Cooperier than you ever thought possible.
It looks like Zach Galifianakis doesn't want to eat the cooter banana. While appearing recently on the Comedy Death Ray podcast, the notoriously choosey star of G-Force, "Tru Calling," and Out Cold intimated that he's having some "moral" issues with what Todd Phillips is planning to do on The Hangover 2.
“But a movie you’re acting in, you don’t have a lot of control — you just show up and vomit your lines out. I’m not the boss. I’m in a deep protest right now with a movie I’m working on, up in arms about something. But I can’t get the guys to [listen] … I’m not making any leeway.” Galifianakis cut host Scott Aukerman off with an abrupt warning sound as the host began to mention the film’s title, but after Aukerman pressed, “I know you’re filming The Hhhhhhhh … ” Galifianakis admitted, “It has something to do with a movie I’m working on, yeah. I’ll tell you about it later. It’s very frustrating.”
People are assuming that Galifianakis is taking issue with the inclusion of a Mel Gibson cameo in the film. Which is kind of silly. Sure, the man is considered vile right now and this is a case of stunt casting in the highest degree, but in all fairness, he was going to be hungover anway. Can you really blame Todd Phillips if he happens to point a camera at it? (Vulture)
Here's a rumor that might be crazy enough to be true. Page Six is reporting that Mel Gibson will have a cameo in The Hangover 2 as a tattoo artist. He'll shoot his scene on the Bangkok set at Warner Bros. before the production moves to Thailand at the end of the month. Can this really be happening? Does director Todd Phillips really want to take this chance? Should Mel Gibson be left around needles when the slightest peak at a skanky extra could set him off?
When Todd Phillips used Mike Tyson in The Hangover people took notice, so perhaps he's using the same strategy in the sequel. Afterall, Tyson bit a man's ear off, and Gibson hasn't done that yet as far as the public record is concerned. Maybe doing a cameo in an outlandish comedy is the perfect way to get back in people's good graces. After the world accepts him as a tattoo artist it might finally be ready to watch him tackle Jodie Foster's Beaver. (/Film)
Earlier in the week we reported a rumor that Hollywood was eyeing Bradley Cooper to play Barry Allen a.k.a. The Flash. Turns out someone was shooting off at the mouth again and deserves a stern smack in it. Super Hero Hype caught up with Cooper and got his reaction to the whole Flash casting fiasco:
"I've never heard anything about it ever in my life," Cooper responded, laughing that the idea of his casting has become so prevalent online.
"It's funny," he added.
Funny? There's nothing funny about lying. Rumors make us bloggers look like hopped up gossip whores, running all over the world wide web, spreading hearsay into the eyes and ears and mouths of the masses. The Internet won't stand for it! …Oh wait, yes it will.
Artist's Rendering of Bradley Cooper as The Flash
Bradley Cooper is busy on the set of The Hangover 2, but that hasn't stopped the Hollywood rumor mill from speculating about his next project. And somehow, this unseen, all-knowing group has determined that Warner Bros. is eyeing Cooper to play Barry Allen. For those of you who lost your virginity before the age of 25, Barry Allen is also known as The Flash.
According to the Silver Age origin story (or should I say, "according to Wikipedia"), the character of The Flash was born when lightning struck a shelf full of chemicals, causing them to explode onto police scientist Barry Allen. Rather than killing Allen, like most chemical explosions would tend to do, the accident gave him the gift of super speed, which he then put to use fighting crime.
A chemist once gave my friend the gift of "super speed," but all he ended up fighting was a plate glass window and some oncoming traffic. He lost. (Latino Review)