Being surprise of the first movie's success, Bradley Cooper reveals that he's looking forward to play in the second installment of 'The Hangover', saying 'even if it's not a good script, I'd do it!'
Actor Bradley Cooper is thrilled movie bosses are planning a sequel to "The Hangover", insisting he would rush to film the follow-up even if the script was awful. The comedy, starring Cooper, Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis, was the surprise smash of 2009, raking in $459 million at the box office.
Writer/director Todd Phillips is already working on a second installment, "The Hangover 2" - and Cooper is eager to get back on set with his pals. He says, "Even if it's not a good script, I'd do it! When you have an experience like this with people you get along with, it's a rarity."
"So if someone says, 'Do you want to spend three months doing it again?' In a heartbeat! It's a very intimate thing you go through, shooting a movie. You find out whether you really like somebody, or you very much dislike somebody pretty fast. It's like doing a sport together."