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11-09-2012, 02:01 PM #1
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New Images Show The Wolfpack Attending A Funeral In The Hangover Part 3
Thanks to the power of Instagram, director Todd Phillips has been sharing some intriguing, disturbing, and downright odd snapshots from the set of The Hangover Part 3. Let's start off with this picture of Zach Galifianakis in a training bra.
Good, now that you're all warmed up, here's the return of Ken Jeong as Mr. Chow, looking a little bit worse for wear. Either he's started a powerful fashion statement with this outfit, or that's his stunt double hanging out in the background.
It's anyone's guess what's going on in this next picture. There appear to be some wind turbines in the background, and in the foreground we have two cast members sporting creepy pig masks. Whoever they are, they're pretty annoyed about having their photo taken.
If you thought the training bra was bad, you may want to turn back now, as this photo contains graphic imagery of denim-on-denim. Alan Garner is seen here relaxing with a brew behind the wheel of the Wolfpack's latest Mercedes. Look closely and you will see that he has topped this jeans-and-denim-jacket combo with a stylish black cravat.
For those of you who are excited about seeing John Goodman, here he is in a dazzling white outfit and some slick shades.
Now a customary image of Bradley Cooper in all his casual perfection, his lustrous wavy hair swept back, open collar exposing a tantalising sliver of chest, an unhewn blossom of stubble sitting atop his manly jawline as he...
... Reclines with natural grace against... Oh, we've moved on. The final picture sees Justin Bartha, Bradley Cooper, and Ed Helms kitted out in funeral gear. It's not definite at this point whose funeral they are attending, but ScreenCrush have gone with the most popular rumour, which also seems to be the most likely. We'll state the likely candidate after the picture, to give spoilerphobics a chance to turn back.
It's believed that the funeral in question is for Alan's father, and that his death sends Alan off the deep end and sets up the rest of the film.
11-09-2012, 02:15 PM #2
But didnt we see the movie where Alan deals with his father's death? Due Date?