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Submitted by alycakes 1001d ago | news

Warner Bros. Sets Release Dates for THe Hangover Part III, 300: Battle of Artemisia, and Pacific Rim

The Collider:
Warner Bros. has announced release dates for The Hangover Part III and 300: Battle of Artemisia, and rescheduled Pacific Rim. Here’s the line-up:

Todd Phillips‘ The Hangover Part III, starring Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, and Zach Galifianakis, is set for May 24, 2013

Noam Murro‘s 300 sequel, 300: Battle of Artemisia opens August 2, 2013

Guillermo del Toro‘s monster movie Pacific Rim has been moved from May 10, 2013 to July 12, 2013. The film stars Charlie Hunnam, Idris Elba, Rinko Kikuchi, Charlie Day, and Willem Dafoe. (300: Rise of an Empire, Cinema, Pacific Rim, The Hangover Part III)

Soldierone  +   1001d ago
Yeah....won't be seeing Hangover 3. Or I "will" and leave the second it starts replicating the first two and get my money back.
-MD-  +   1001d ago
Another Hangover movie for me to not laugh at.

Hollywood sucks.
Lord_Sloth  +   1001d ago
Rather enjoyed the 1st film but didn't bother with the 2nd, nor will I see the 3rd.

Might see the next 300. I mean, who watched 300 for the story anyway. I went to see dudes killin dudes and that's exactly what I got.
Blink_44  +   1001d ago
they need to change things up completely in hangover 3
aDDicteD  +   1000d ago
some movies to look forward to next year, hope hangover 3 wont fail like the part 2
CynicalVision  +   1000d ago
Part 3? Seriously, how stupid could these guys be?

I hate it when producers milk something in this way, the hangover should never of had a sequel. It was perfect on it's own.
StarWarsFan  +   1000d ago
I hope they have a fresh take for the next Hangover.
LUCKYXS7LEVEN  +   1000d ago
nope they pass out drunk and wake up in some wacky place all over
JTX  +   1000d ago
Charlie day!

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