The Hangover 3: The refreshing change for the audience
Closure to the Hangover trilogy, The Hangover 3 is dissimilar from its predecessors in many prospects. It revives those elements from the first two movies that went unnoticed. Although it features comedy, it will unclose darker and more dangerous sides on artistic and emotional basis.
Zack Galifianakis is a real genuine person. Recently at the Los Angeles premiere of The Hangover 3, Zack Galifianakis walked the red carpet accompanied by a woman named Elizabeth “Mimi” Haist. The lady has attended The Campaign and The Hangover 2 premieres too. Dating back to two years, Galifianakis discovered that his 20 years long friend Haist had become homeless and he arranged a one-room bedroom apartment for her by making the payments himself.
The Hangover 3 won’t just mark the return of Ken Jeong but also Mike Epps. Ken Jeong as Leslie Chow portrayed the gangster boss whereas Mike Epps played the drug dealer in the first episode of The Hangover series. Surprisingly Ken Jeong and Zack Galifianakis function as central figures in this sequel with Cooper and Helms reducing to reliable supporting roles.
Child actor Grant Holmquist who plays the son of Stu’s first wife, ex-stripper Jade was one of the several infants used as Baby Carlos in the original Hangover.
The first poster for the movie depicts quite a similarity with Harry Potter and the Deadly Hallows but it is nothing more than the sarcastic advertising. The poster indicates Leslie Chow and Alan seem to be ready for some kind of climatic showdown or another with the world burning in the background.