First Pics: The Hangover Cast Reunites For the Sequel

From Pop Sugar:

Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Justin Bartha, and Zach Galifianakis reunited to start shooting The Hangover 2 in Ontario, CA, on Friday. The wolfpack were a welcome sight on the set of the film, which is taking the madness from Las Vegas to Bangkok, Thailand, in the sequel.

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darklordzor2202d ago

That jacket it awesome. Very good to see him back in character as Alan. I can't wait to see what he's going to be like in this next film. This should be a lot of fun.

I'm really surprised to see set photos already, since filming just started at the end of last week. I guess news guys just aren't wasting any time to get it.

Soldierone2202d ago

The only thing that sucks is other movies picked him up and made him portray similar roles. It's almost as if he is incapable of acting any other way. There is one film where he doesn't do that, but the studios making him do it are going to ruin him.

darklordzor2201d ago

Yeah, unfortunately since he did such a good job in that type of role, he's now kind of stuck with it. Although I don't think he played it like that in Youth in Revolt.

Hopefully he'll find a way to break out of that pattern for his own career, but for now I'll just enjoy it.

Soldierone2202d ago

I'm kinda sad that they are doing this. They should of left it at what it was, and let it live on as one of the funniest movies ever made. It had an original story and was funny non-stop.

There is absolutely no way they are going to pull this off with the second one. The story will have to carry over, thus they are explaining more or making certain extensions on things from the first. The thing about the first one is that it jumped right in, things happened, nothing stayed on screen for a while, it had a story along the back, and it was quick cuts to new things.

In other words, this one is most likely going to ruin what The Hangover is. I know it made tons of money yatta yatta, thats why they are doing it. But come on, do studios have no self respect anymore?