If the movie trailers and the posters live up to their promise, this is the end for The Wolfpack as we know it. Director Todd Phillips has proclaimed The Hangover Part III as the epic finale of one of the most polarizing franchises of all time. Not disliking Part II myself, as much as everyone else, I still held reservations against Part III. Going in with low expectations, I can say that The Hangover Part III makes up for the disastrous Part II, but comes nowhere near the level of the original. Continue reading
No one is safe from The Wolfpack and this time. A full theatrical trailer has been released for The Hangover Part III, and this time the terrible trio can be seen traveling to Tijuana and back to Las Vegas. The whole southwest corner of North America will burn to the ground as our heroes search far and wide for Mr. Chow in order to save Doug. Watch the full trailer after the break. Continue reading
It all ends. Whether you love or hate the franchise, The Hangover Part III is coming fast and hard this summer movie season. The Wolfpack is back for one last round, but this time the formula has changed and the shenanigans are being brought back to Las Vegas. See the full teaser trailer after the break, along with 57 screenshots. Continue reading
It’s not every day you see actors reprising their roles of past characters from their movies. When Honda was pitching ideas to promote their new CRV model, some how Ferris Bueller’s Day Offcame to mind. I’m not exactly sure how the two relate, but film director Todd Phillips was able to pull it off. But not everyone was pleased, many fans of the classic 80s film are very upset. Continue reading
It must be movie poster Monday because studios are on the full offensive delivering some pretty awesome posters today. The Hangover Part II poster debuted as well, on Facebook, and from the looks of it, there isn’t too much to be said here that many already know will happen. Without further ado, catch the poster after the jump!
With a very bleak year for films, Todd Phillips’ Due Date seems to be the movie to help bring some life back into the end of the year. Apple has just released the second trailer for Due Date and this film looks to be in the same style as The Hangover with an obvious resemblance to Planes, Trains, and Automobiles. Robert Downey Jr. must make it home in time for the birth of his son as adventure ensues with Zach Galifianakis on a road trip adventure across the country.
Due Date will be released on November 5, directed by Todd Phillips (The Hangover and Old School), and also stars Jamie Foxx, Danny McBride, and Michelle Monaghan. Although, Galifianakis’ character seems too familiar to Alan from The Hangover, he does play the typecast well and hopefully he won’t get as overplayed as Michael Cera.
Zach Galifianakis and Robert Downey Jr. are a pair most unlikely to be in a movie together, but that is what will make this film so great. I think these two will have great on screen chemistry and make this a memorable film.
Check out the trailer after the break!