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Trivia

The only entry in The Hangover (2009) trilogy where Mike Tyson doesn't make a cameo appearance.
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Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis were all reputedly paid $15 million plus a back-end deal to return for this second sequel.
WILHELM SCREAM: When Stu drives the limo away from the hotel to chase Chow, and almost runs over some pedestrians.
Near the end of the movie where the wolf pack is returning to the minivan, there is a billboard with Eddie (the man who ran the wedding chapel in the first The Hangover (2009) movie) in the background.
Sean Penn and Robert Downey Jr. were considered for the role that ultimately went to John Goodman.
In every film of the trilogy, including this one, there are pigs somewhere. In The Hangover (2009), as Phil, Alan and Stu wake up in the trashed hotel suite, there is an inflatable pig in the bubble bath. In The Hangover Part II (2011), during the car chase through Bangkok, Chow crashes into a pig hanging on a meat stand and Stu gets covered in some of it. In The Hangover Part III (2013), Marshall's thugs wear pig masks. There is also an exotic animal appearing in each film, mainly because of Alan. In the first film it's Mike Tyson's tiger. In the second it's the drug-dealing Crystal the Monkey, and in this one it's the giraffe, seen at the start of the film.
Boasts the second biggest worldwide opening for an R-rated comedy after The Hangover Part II (2011).
In the scene at the end of the film where the wolf pack get out of the limo and cross the street to return to Phil's minivan, the shot of them crossing the street clearly parodies the cover of the album by The Beatles, Abbey Road.
SERIES TRADEMARK: Billy Joel is seen on Cassie's shirt.

Director Cameo 

Todd Phillips:  Playing as Mr Creepy again in the motel room in a bathrobe paying off a prostitute as Chow is parachuting across his Vegas hotel room window.

Spoilers 

The trivia items below may give away important plot points.

Ken Jeong chose to be naked for the mid-credits scene. In interviews, Jeong stated he was not afraid to be nude since the first The Hangover (2009) film.
Although it's part of The Hangover (2009) series, nobody gets a hangover until the scene in the middle of the credits.

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