New images for The Hangover Part III have gone online courtesy of Entertainment Weekly and you can check them out above and below.
We get to see main characters perform their best impression — Abbey Road, of course, as they cross the street in Las Vegas. The second image below shows what may be a very embarrassing look at a new character development: Ken Jeong Chow as a police officer.
Furthermore, the story is given a new direction as the first details arrive. While rumors have been floating about for some time suggesting that the sequel might deal with Alan (Jeffrey Tambor) in a hospital for the criminally insane, it turns out that The Wolfpack are all reuniting under Alan’s cause for an entirely different reason.
Director Todd Phillips noted that Alan is ‘going through a crisis after the death of his father.’
Phillips also said that Chow is ‘darker »
- Nick Martin
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