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Hangover 3 beauty Heather Graham isn't exactly in wedding planning mode, the blonde actress has revealed that she won't marry unless she's sure she's making the ''right choice''. Heather, 43, has dated a string of famous men - including the late Heath Ledger and singer Adam Ant - but admits she has never been in a rush to wed because she is content with her own life and doesn't need a guy to validate her existence. She said: ''I want to make the right choice. I feel I have a happy, good life, so someone would have to make my life better. ''We're not economically dependent on men. We're free. You can choose to be with someone or to be on your own and this is great.'' The 'Hangover Part III' star - who shot to fame with roles in films such as 'Boogie Nights' and cult TV show 'Twin Peaks' »
With director Todd Phillips’ comedy sequel The Hangover Part III opening this week, I recently participated in a roundtable interview with Justin Bartha and Heather Graham. In the final installment to the popular franchise, we find Stu (Ed Helms), Phil (Bradley Cooper), and Doug (Bartha) en route to taking Alan (Zach Galifianakis) to a psychiatric hospital when the gang is side-trekked by a mysterious man (John Goodman) who kidnaps Doug and forces the wolf pack to track down Mr. Chow (Ken Jeong), who stole $21 million from Goodman’s character. As you might expect, chaos ensues. For more on the film, watch the red band trailer or check out over forty images. During the interview, Bartha and Graham talked about making the film, working with the baby from the first film again, collaborating with Phillips, if Graham came up with a backstory for her character, what it's like to be back »
- Steve 'Frosty' Weintraub
Title: The Hangover Part III Directed By: Todd Phillips Starring: Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis, Ken Jeong, Heather Graham, Jeffrey Tambor, Justin Bartha, John Goodman, Sasha Barrese, Gillian Vigman, Jamie Chung Who hasn’t woken up with a hangover and said you’re never drinking again only to hit the bar a few days later? That’s fine for us, but Todd Phillips better keep his word. “The Hangover Part III” absolutely must be the end. The Wolf Pack is back together again, but not for more wedding shenanigans, rather a funeral and a trip to a rehab facility. After Alan (Zach Galifianakis) literally gives his father (Jeffrey Tambor) a fatal heart [ Read More ]
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- Perri Nemiroff
Selena Gomez got involved in a Fresh Prince of Bel-Air reunion in London last night when she and Jaden Smith grabbed dinner with Will Smith and his former costars DJ Jazzy Jeff and Alfonso Ribeiro, who played Carlton. Selena and Jaden joined Will and his group for a bite to eat at the Hakkasan restaurant before they all headed over to the Boujis nightclub to watch Will's older son, Trey Smith, do a DJ set. According to reports, Jaden was denied entry into the club because he is underage. This isn't the first time that Jaden has been excluded from a club for being too young - he had to ditch friend Justin Bieber's birthday party earlier this year after a London club kicked him out after they found out he is 14 years old. The scene reportedly caused Justin to label his special day as "the worst birthday ever. »
- Maria Mercedes Lara
The Wolfpack are making their final outing on the big screen this weekend in The Hangover Part III, bringing to an end one of the most successful comedy franchises of all time.
Todd Phillips is back behind the camera for the comedy sequel, and with the film heading into theatres on both sides of the Atlantic yesterday, Warner Bros. have released four great new TV spots to encourage you into a cinema seat this weekend.
The Hangover Part III is the third and final film in director Todd Phillips’ record-shattering comedy franchise. 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.
- Kenji Lloyd
The Wolfpack is back ... again ... and "The Hangover Part III" definitely has some big shoes to fill. The first movie won the world over when Bradley Cooper (Phil), Zach Galifianakis (Alan), Ed Helms (Stu) and Justin Bartha (Doug) tried to piece together one insane night in Vegas. But, in the second installment, the boys found themselves in Thailand for Stu's wedding -- and the movie turned out to be a real disappointment. So where does Part III sit on the scale?Unfortunately, the new flick still doesn't quite meet the hilarious standards of the first, but it's definitely better than the second. This time, there's no wedding, no partying and no celebration, unless you count a funeral. But the boys are together and back in trouble after one of the guys gets abducted ... yes, again. The movie picks up two years after "Part II." Alan is still up to his eccentric (but hilarious) ways, »
- tooFab Staff
By rights, Heather Graham should have been a bona fide Hollywood A-list movie star long ago. She has flirted with the status certainly, but the career momentum so often provided by that elusive amalgam of critical and public acclaim has not to date been her destiny, at least not with any longevity. Mention her name to most men and it is slinky, curvaceous porn star Roller Girl in 1997's Boogie Nights who comes most readily to mind. Or Felicity Shagwell, the first and surely the best of Mike Myers' Austin Powers' terribly British bits of cinematic crumpet. Or again, Jade, the stripper with a heart of gold in that surprisingly successful 2009 comedy starring three ostensibly unknown male leads, The Hangover. »
The Hangover Part III review: ‘Unnecessary sequel’ that’s ‘sporadically and barely’ amusing (photo: Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis, Ed Helms in The Hangover Part III) There was a time, and this time now seems very long ago, when The Hangover was a near-cultural phenomenon. It became (for a while) the highest-grossing R-rated comedy ever, it made Bradley Cooper a star, and it proved the movie industry could find a place for oddball comic Zach Galifianakis. That was four years and, as it turns out, two disappointing sequels ago. The hope going into The Hangover Part III was that co-writer and director Todd Phillips would make amends for the universally disliked The Hangover Part II. That dream is neither denied nor fulfilled. Instead, we get another unnecessary sequel that’s amusing in the way that many crass bro-comedies are amusing, which is to say sporadically and barely. As Phil (Bradley Cooper »
- Mark Keizer
When The Hangover was released in 2009, nobody was expecting much from the comedy starring three under-the-radar actors - which is exactly why the surprisingly hilarious and original film took the world by storm and killed it at the box office. Fast-forward four years, and we're upon the release of The Hangover Part III, which suffers from the opposite effect. The film is highly anticipated by fans hoping to re-create the magic of the original (and forget Part II), but aside from a few sporadic laughs, the film is another disappointing installment in a franchise that should have quit while it was ahead. I have to give some credit to director Todd Phillips, who at least tried to go in a new direction with Part III. The "what happened last night?" formula showcased in the first two films is left behind this time, favoring a straight plotline centered on Alan (Zach Galifianakis »
- Becky Kirsch
‘The Hangover Part III’ star looked good while doing good as she hosted a fashion event to benefit the Cambodian Children’s Fund Charity. Get her exact, glowing look below.
Heather Graham has a huge heart and we love to see her helping out the children’s charity. She looked amazing at the event and we chatted with her makeup artist so you can copy the look at home!
Celebrity makeup artist Victoria Rowe made Heather look even more gorgeous and ready for spring at the event.
Here are Victoria’s exact tips so you can achieve Heather’s fresh, ready-for-Spring eye:
“Two eyeliner colors are a must!” Victoria tells HollywoodLife.com. “On Heather, I used Pop Eye Liner in Blue on the bottom, and the Pixi Endless Silky Eye Pen in Copper Glow on the top. To bring the »
- Dory Larrabee
Heather Graham showed off her curves on the red carpet at 'The Hangover III' premiere in London on Wednesday (May 22).
The 43-year-old actress was stunning in a Max Azria Atelier skintight, black evening gown -- baring every bit of cleavage -- and sultry makeup. On her role as the stripper Jade in the series' third and final film, Heather said, "I'm pretty boring in my real life. I don't really drink, I'm not that wild, so it's fun to play these wild characters on screen."
- Huffington Post
London got a large dose of star power today when the cast of The Hangover hit the red carpet to premiere the third installment of their franchise. Bradley Cooper, Justin Bartha, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis, Todd Phillips, Ken Jeong, and Heather Graham met up in front of the cameras to pose for pictures and chat among themselves, flashing plenty of smiles along the way. The boys, Bradley, Zach, Ed, and Justin, kept the fun going following the red carpet during an afterparty at London's Roka restaurant. Bradley took the celebrations one step further, attending a house party in Chelsea later that night. It was their second big event of the week after also bringing the movie to La on Monday. It looked like Zach was on his best behavior in the UK following his funny antics at the West Coast premiere - Zach hopped into a car trunk before walking »
- Lauren Turner
Our friend James Kleinmann got to chat with the Writer / Director Todd Phillips, the man behind all the the Hangover movies. In the interview, James asks Todd about what it was about the story that they wanted to bring to the screen and how it would move on from the previous two films. This film is much more of a heist movie and James asks more about that, how Alan (Zach Galifianakis’ character) integrates in and what he’s ultimately looking for.
James also asks about new cast-members John Goodman and Melissa McCarthy, how they fit into the story and also into the ensemble cast as a whole. Finally we get to hear from Todd about his films sitting within a group of films made famous by the city of Las Vegas and more specifically returning to the city that was a character in the first film and his choice »
- David Sztypuljak
Director: Todd Phillips.
Running Time: 100 minutes.
Synopsis: With Alan (Zach Galifianakis) off his meds, the Wolfpack form an intervention. On the way to rehab, the consequences of the first two films catch up with them as they find themselves the missing link to get the intimidating Marshall (John Goodman) to his goal – a certain Leslie Chow (Ken Jeong).
Todd Phillips’ first two booze-fuelled bouts of cinematic amnesia may have grossed over $1 billion worldwide, but 2009’s The Hangover never screamed with trilogy potential. The gang’s all here, but you sense they’re ready to leave the fun behind. And so, it turns out, are we.
Mixing up its inherent formula, Part III once again sidelines Doug (Justin Bartha), with the boys in pursuit of Chow after he stole from angry businessman, »
- Emma Thrower
Rating: 2 out of 5 stars
It all ends. As the promotional rollercoaster began, the third and final part of the Hangover trilogy took a few notes in publicising its finale from fellow trilogy closer, The Dark Knight Rises. A similarly “epic” conclusion, this time the turn of famed Wolfpack, endured and loved by many, judging by its ridiculously successful box-office statistics, return for their final chapter. But despite its big promises, The Hangover Part III is neither funny nor indeed epic, and is more proof that this Wolfpack needs to be put to sleep.
Starting with a Shawshank-esque prison break, which sees the villainous but surprisingly likeable Chow (played brilliantly again by Community’s Ken Jeong), fleeing a Bangkok prison, and soon thrusting himself back into the Wolfpack’s lives. Said Pack are back, helping Alan (Zach Galifianakis) to both get his obvious mental deficiencies sorted once and for all (killing »
- Scott Davis
★★☆☆☆ There are some films which simply don't need sequels, but these days it's increasingly likely that studios will green-light follow-ups after an a successful first outing. Such was the case with The Hangover (2009); the film struck a tone with cinemagoers, but spawned a lacklustre sequel. Director Todd Phillips and co are back for The Hangover Part III (2013), and whilst it's a slightly better entry than its predecessor, the third (and final?) instalment still lacks the spark of the original. It's been two years since the events in Bangkok, and friends Phil (Bradley Cooper), Stu (Ed Helms), and Doug (Justin Bartha) are enjoying domesticity.
The same can't be said for Alan (Zach Galifianakis), whose already disturbing behaviour takes a turn for the worse after a family tragedy. Staging an intervention to convince their friend to get the help he needs, the 'Wolfpack' are on a road trip when they get ambushed »
- CineVue UK
Heather Graham and Mike Epps aren't the only original "Hangover" supporting characters who return for "The Hangover Part III." Grant Holmquist, who along with his twin sister Avery, played the "Hangover" baby that star Zach Galifianakis carries around on his chest in the early portion of first film is back as well.
According to People, Holmquist, now 6, had to audition for the role of Tyler like many other child actors. He may have always had an advantage, however, at least according to director Todd Phillips. "I had to [cast him]," Phillips said to HitFix about bringing the original child back for the franchise's finale.
Like in "The Hangover," Holmquist shares most of his screen time with Galifianakis. (In the first film, Galifianakis' Alan took to calling the baby Carlos; his real name, however, was Tyler.) "Grant loves [Galifianakis]," Holmquist's mother Carrie told People. Holmquist's mother estimates that Grant appeared in 60 percent of "The Hangover, »
- Christopher Rosen
Warner Bros. Pictures' The Hangover Part III is now playing in theaters and we've created this spot for you to tell us and your fellow moviegoers what you thought about Todd Phillips' third and final film in the comedy franchise, starring Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis, Ken Jeong, Heather Graham, Jeffrey Tambor, Justin Bartha, John Goodman, Sasha Barrese, Gillian Vigman and Jamie Chung. You can use the comments below to write your mini-review for the film! What did you think?! »
Stars: Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis, Justin Bartha, Ken Jeong, John Goodman, Melissa McCarthy, Jeffrey Tambor, Heather Graham, Mike Epps, Sasha Barrese, Jamie Chung | Written by Todd Phillips, Craig Mazin | Directed by Todd Phillips
The Hangover Part III bills itself as the ‘epic finale to the Hangover trilogy’, which is pretty bold stuff for what is ostensibly a fairly knock-about, not that funny comedy series. Yeah that’s right, I said not that funny. I saw the first and didn’t really laugh, I skipped the second because I heard it was awful and wasn’t invited to watch it for free and I didn’t really laugh at this third outing. That’s not to say I didn’t find the film fairly watchable and inoffensive – it provided a similar level enjoyment to finding that the cup of tea you forgot about hasn’t gotten as quite cold as you expected it to. »
- Jack Kirby
A pleasant, sunny evening in London last night was torn by screams and hysteria as The Hangover Part III premiered in Leicester Square. The cast were all present, along with director Todd Phillips, to launch the film's UK premiere, but miraculously none of them mutilated themselves or one another, had a close encounter with a hooker or molested a wild animal. At least, that we know of. Perhaps that was the after-party. brightcove.createExperiences();This third - and, we're told, final - instalment of the series sees Phil (Bradley Cooper), Stu (Ed Helms) and Doug (Justin Bartha) stage an intervention for Alan (Zach Galifianakis), who is off his meds and not doing too well following the death of his father (Jeffrey Tambor). Unfortunately, all goes wrong when they're kidnapped by Marshall (John Goodman), who holds Doug hostage and orders the rest to find Leslie Chow (Ken Jeong) and find the gold Chow stole from Marshall, »
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