'The Hangover Part III' Red Band Trailer Is Fueled By Cocaine And Chicken

A taste of what's to come. The red band trailer for The Hangover Part III takes us on penis-bejoked trip down memory lane before catching us up to modern day and the new predicaments the Wolf Pack find themselves mixed up in. Though we tossed a few R-rated treats and swear words, none of the new penis jokes are revealed. You'll have to pony up the price of admission for those, jack.

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He's one step closer to 'We Bought A Zoo' status. Todd Phillips promised that The Hangover Part III wouldn't be another rehash of what made the original great. After watching this teaser trailer for the final chapter in the trilogy, I'm worried that Todd Phillips doesn't know what the word "rehash" means. Thus I'm happy to present the first teaser trailer for this summer's biggest comedy. Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis,Ed Helms, and some form of exotic animal return to have crazy adventures with Las Vegas gangsters one more time.


The Wolf Pack Is On The Hunt For Chow In Latest 'Hangover Part III' Trailer

It's been a long, strange trip. Todd Phillips promised that the final chapter in The Hangover trilogy wouldn't follow the same beats and conceit of its predecessors and he's a man of his word. The latest trailer for The Hangover Part III lays out the film's plot. After Alan goes off his meds, the guys take a road trip to deliver him to a rehab facility. However, they're hijacked by gangsters on the hunt for Mr. Chow while en route. That leads to a global hunt and probably male nudity.


It’s A Wolfpack Of TV Spots For ‘Hangover 2', Brohans

You get not one, not two, not seventeen, but *four* new TV spots for 'The Hangover Part II'. The Wolfpack is back, you guys. That means you get not one, not two, not seventeen, but four new TV spots for The Hangover Part II, directed by Todd Phillips. One for each Wolfpack member, cause I'm counting the monkey that everyone is so excited about. Especially me. There isn't a ton of new footage, but spot #2 is pretty damn funny. Creepy Zach Galifianakis is always good for a laugh - Tim & Eric fans know what I'm talking about. (Incidentally, does anyone know where my chippy has gone to?) Ed Helms does a lot of freaking out, Ken Jeong does a lot of obnoxious laughing, and Bradley Cooper keeps the pack together. "I can't believe this is happening again." Well, Ed Helms, you spent several months filming the sequel, so I kind of find that hard to believe. The pack blacks out and wakes up in theaters with a foggy memory again on May 26th.


International Trailer For Todd Phillips’ 'Due Date'

Thanks to the run-away success of The Hangover, expectations are high for director Todd Phillips. And if actor Robert Downey Jr. is to be believed, Philips' latest film, Due Date, should live up to those expectations. The film costars Downey and Zach Galifianakis, who became a household name thanks to his role in The Hangover. The two play a mismatched pair racing across the country to witness the birth of Downey's character's first child. Downey has gone on record claiming the film is “the second greatest movie” he's made, the first being his role in the 1995 made-for-TV film, "Mr. Willowby's Christmas Tree." (/Film) Watch Planes, Trains, and Automobiles fused with The Hangover after the jump.


Set Visit To ‘The Hangover 2' Reveals More Insanity, Bangkok Style

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. The four friends from The Hangover couldn't possibly get into any more trouble than they did in Vegas, right? They did just about everything you could do in Vegas without suffering permanent injury or facing serious jail time. That's why the gang are headed to Bangkok, Thailand to cause ninety minutes worth of international incidents. Here's the official synopsis for the movie: "In the follow-up to the record-breaking hit comedy “The Hangover,” Phil (Bradley Cooper), Stu (Ed Helms), Alan (Zach Galifianakis) and Doug (Justin Bartha) travel to exotic Thailand for Stu’s wedding. After the unforgettable bachelor party in Las Vegas, Stu is taking no chances and has opted for a safe, subdued pre-wedding brunch. However, things don’t always go as planned. What happens in Vegas may stay in Vegas, but what happens in Bangkok can’t even be imagined." The always dependable (if slightly cheesy) "Entertainment Tonight" paid a visit to the set, and gave us a glimpse of the kind of insanity we're in store for when The Hangover 2 opens in theaters May 26th. (Collider)


'Take Me Home Tonight' Red-Band: Coke-Fueled 80's Windmilling

The spiritual sequel to "That 70's Show," Take Me Home Tonight, is ready to rock with a new red-band trailer. You can tell because it's wearing a necktie as if it were a bandana. The spiritual sequel to "That 70's Show," Take Me Home Tonight, is ready to rock with a new red-band trailer that offers a look at 1980's style debauchery. Car theft, drugs, sex, and trampolining without a license are all put on display this time around. This isn't that much more extreme than the previous trailer but it's definitely more willing to have a good time. You can tell because it's wearing a necktie as if it were a bandana.


There's Funny Stuff In 'Horrible Bosses' Red Band

Let's hope these aren't all of the best parts. [post-album postid="214511" item="1"]The original trailer for Horrible Bosses didn't really grab my attention. Typically, I need to be strongly cursed at or shown boobies to react. Suffice it to say that this new red band trailer for Horrible Bosses had my full attention. Here we see that this movie really has some bite and raunchy set-ups. It looks pretty funny, though we're worried that it gives away too many of the film's jokes and not enough of Jennifer Aniston walking around naked. More of that please. Poor Charlie Day. Always having to have sex with and be fondled by his hot, rich boss. Don't get any ideas, Longshanks.


'Operation: Endgame' Red Band Trailer

Where in the hell did the movie Operation: Endgame come from? It stars Rob Corddry, Zach Galifianakis, Maggie Q, Adam Scott, Ving Rhames, Ellen Barkin, Bob Odenkirk, Brandon T. Jackson, Jeffrey Tambor, and Odette Yustman. I'd watch that cast wallow in used diapers for 90 minutes. The action-comedy follows two teams of government spies pitted against one another. Of course, most of the men are inept and the women are smokin' hot ass-kickers, but the jokes play. Unfortunately the film is being dumped to DVD, which I find hard to believe considering it stars the now "it" comedian Galifiankis. Maybe the world just isn't ready to see him engage in espionage. Check out the red band trailer for Operation: Endgame below: