A Batch of Disheveled Character Posters for 'The Hangover Part II'
We just saw the hilarious but familiar trailer for the anticipated comedy sequel The Hangover Part II, and with the film's release just over a month away, the marketing machine is on fire with some new posters featuring six of the signature characters. The whole wolf pack, including Zach Galifianakis, Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, even Justin Bartha, is back looking stressed and disheveled along with an excited Ken Jeong and that damn monkey. I'm not sure why Bartha is so prominent with his poster since the trailer made it seem like he's not caught up in the Bangkok shenanigans. We'll find out next month, I guess.
Here are the six new character posters courtesy of Empire (click for larger versions):
The Hangover Part II is again directed by Todd Phillips (Road Trip, Old School, Due Date) from a script by Scot Armstrong, Craig Mazin and Todd Phillips. In addition to Galifianakis, Cooper and Helms, the cast also includes, in multiple other roles and cameos: Justin Bartha, Ken Jeong, Mike Tyson, Juliette Lewis, Jamie Chung and Nick Cassavetes. In the sequel to The Hangover, Phil, Stu and Doug visit Bangkok, Thailand for Stu's wedding. I'm looking forward to seeing more of the trouble they get in to and the chaos they cause, as I'm sure that will be the good stuff. The Hangover Part II will arrive in theaters on May 26th this summer!
Reader Feedback - 9 Comments
Thumbs Up if you read the Ken Jeong poster in his voice. Hahahaha. I laughed so hard =D
Josiah IsEpic Rizzo on Apr 14, 2011
That f()cking monkey is getting old. Who looks at a monkey and says, "I loved the Hangover but, you know, that monkey made the second one better than the first." Are you serious? How bad does a movie have to be to put a blue jean vest on a monkey? I'm still seeing it. I just hate that monkey.
Tyler Morgan on Apr 14, 2011
Ken Jeong is now Senor Chang to me. I don't know if that's epic or disturbing.
Simon on Apr 14, 2011
Agreed! I actually like that it follows the same formula as the last film.
fem!anon on Apr 14, 2011
some of the lines are a little sub par for the comedy style of these movies. nonetheless, i will see this often.
rocKKicker on Apr 14, 2011
Yeah, I agree. May have been better off without the lines...
Sparky on Apr 14, 2011
Liam Neeson ain't in it no more. Jeez! Get your act together Ethan
Rightguest on Apr 14, 2011
The posters are pretty funny. I still don't think the quotes from each character were necessary, though!
Spider on Apr 15, 2011
haha they look awesome
A5J4DX on Apr 20, 2011
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