Ed Helms: 'Hangover 3' Won't Happen


Ed Helms
Asked about the possibility of another sequel to the popular comedy, the cast said director Todd Phillips would not let that happen.


"The Hangover" star Ed Helms has warned fans not to expect a third installment in the comedy franchise - because director Todd Phillips won't "let that happen".

The moviemaker's 2009 comedy, starring Helms alongside Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis, Justin Bartha and Heather Graham, was a critical and commercial success, making a massive $467 million at the worldwide box office and winning a Golden Globe award for Best Picture - Musical or Comedy.

The cast is currently filming a follow-up, which will see the characters travel to Thailand for a wedding, but Helms is adamant they won't be reprising their roles a third time. When asked about the possibility of another sequel, he tells the Los Angeles Times, "I doubt it. I don't think Todd would let that happen... I would hope that The Hangover kind of has a dignified legacy, if that makes any sense."

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