Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, and Zach Galifiniakis are back in "The Hangover Part III." But this time, their friend is kidnapped by an evil gangster, played by John Goodman.
For fans of the mayhem-fueled comedy of the "Hangover" series, May 24 marks an important date.
Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis and Bradley Cooper star in the final installment of the "Hangover" franchise.
"The Hangover Part III" isn't like "The Hangover" or "The Hangover Part II" because it doesn't actually include any hangovers.
Bradley Cooper might be one of Hollywood's hottest exports but he's a slobbery kisser - according to Jennifer Lawrence.
Bradley Cooper gets hooked on a wonder-drug and butts heads with Robert De Niro in Limitless .
After a marvelous May, Hollywood has released a pair of stinkers for Memorial Day Weekend, which marks the official start of the Summer Blockbuster Season.
The Huntingdon Valley Library will host a screening of the multi-Oscar nominated "Silver Linings Playbook," May 24, from 2 - 4 p.m. The screening will take place in the library's meeting room on the first floor of the library.
Slow, sentimental and somewhat sedated, the third 'Hangover' movie isn't so much exhausted by outrageous 'Oh no, they didn't!' ideas as it is spent of energy from the start.
Bradley Cooper attends The Hangover III - UK film premiere at The Empire Cinema in London.
The past few weeks have been particularly busy ones for Scott Budnick, the 36-year-old executive producer of the hilarious, cringe-inducing, and incredibly lucrative Hangover film franchise.
We're amped for The Hangover Part III - and not just because Douchey Bradley Cooper is so boneable.
The Wolf Pack has returned for one last round with the release of "The Hangover III." If director Todd Phillips sticks to his word about "Hangover's" story ending here, we know we'll miss the camaraderie between Zach Galifianakis, Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Justin Bartha the most.
They can barely manage a month as a full five-piece before someone has to take time away from the band for maternity leave.
Based on the overwhelmingly negative critical reaction to their latest bro-tastic adventure, it seems the Wolfpack have lost their comedic bite.
"The Hangover III" is out this weekend, and if you're hoping for a raucous return to the series, the third installment isn't receiving rave reviews .