Director Todd Phillips along with his stars in "The Hangover Part III" got a warm welcome from a huge crowd of fans lining up at the film's premiere at the Westwood Village Theater on Monday night, May 20. Bradley Cooper was all smiles greeting his fans in his orange suit while Zach Galifianakis looked neat with his trimmed beard.
Joining Cooper and Galifianakis were their co-stars Ed Helms, Justin Bartha and Ken Jeong, who was not ashamed at all to strike some funny poses on the red carpet for the journalists. Helms rocked a fine-tailored black suit while Bartha opted for a grey suit. As for Jeong, he donned a navy blue suit.
When asked how they felt about finally ending the fan-favorite franchise, Cooper admitted that it was hard for him to accept it. "It's a little sad. It's bittersweet," he told USA Today in an on-the-spot interview, before Helms added, "Of course it's very, very sad. But also very fun. It's a celebration."
"Without sounding too corny, there's a lot of laughing going on on set," Galifianakis confided to the site. "I will miss that. I won't miss getting made fun of. But I love making fun of the other guys. We click."
The sequel to "The Hangover Part II" follows the Wolfpack going on another adventure only this time because of Chow. Traveling to Tijuana and ending up in Las Vegas, the boys will surely embark on a journey which is no less unusual than what they had before in the first two films.
The last film in the absurd comedy film series will arrive in theaters across the nation on May 23.