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Teasing what to expect from the flashback episode that will air on December 30, this short preview offers a glimpse of Sarah's mother, Emma, who is played by Cheryl Ladd.
In addition to the three films, 'Rango', 'The King's Speech' and 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II' are also included in the list of top ten most illegally downloaded movies this year.
The luxury French fashion house has filed a lawsuit in New York federal court, complaining about a counterfeit bag brought by Zach Galifianakis' character in an airport scene in the comedy film.
The studio state that they will offer a continual support for Ed Helms' stunt double, who is suing for the alleged brain damage he suffered while shooting the film.
Warner Bros. Pictures and S. Victor Whitmill, a tattoo artist who sued the studio over the facial art, have put their dispute to an end on Friday during an all-day mediation in St. Louis.
Craig Mazin, who writes the script for the comedy along with Scot Armstrong and Todd Philips, is allegedly in early discussions to write the third installment of 'The Hangover' film series.
The comedy film sets a new record debut for an R-rated film by grossing $86.5 million, while 'Kung Fu Panda 2' opens on the second place with $48 million from 3,925 theaters.
The lead actors' gorgeous looks, however, are overshadowed by Crystal the monkey's actions as she jumps here and there on the black carpet.
Director Todd Phillips says he has always planned 'Hangover' as a trilogy, with 'The Hangover Part III' having 'very much a new idea.'
'The Hangover Part II' will not come with a thumbs up from the American Humane Association - because director Todd Phillips refused to let officials onto his set in Thailand.
Funnyman Ed Helms lived on peanut butter and jelly sandwiches while shooting 'The Hangover' sequel in Bangkok, Thailand after falling ill with food poisoning as shooting started.
S. Victor Whitmill, Mike Tyson's tattoo artist, has filed a lawsuit to WB over a similar-looking body art on Ed Helm's face, and asked to stop the movie's release.