Heather Graham Rejoining The Wolf Pack for 'The Hangover Part III'
Making the trip to Thailand apparently didn't allow for Heather Graham to reprise her role in The Hangover as the charming stripper Jade in the boring sequel, but the third and final go round with the Wolf Pack is another story. Variety reports Graham will return in The Hangover Part III which will be shooting in Los Angeles and Las Vegas, making it easier for Jade to show up. But she won't be the only familiar face as Ken Jeong and Mike Epps will also be returning in some capacity. It sounds like the comedy trilogy will go out with a bang as several well-known actors are supposed to make cameos. Read on!
No specific names are mentioned, but perhaps they'll show up at a mental hospital as the third story is rumored to involved Justin Bartha, Ed Helms and Bradley Cooper breaking Zach Galifianakis'character out of a mental hospital. No word on whether or not Jamie Chung will be back, but if a rendezvous with Jade is in the cards for Stu (Helms), then it would certainly spice things up a bit. Todd Phillips is back as director, and he's got one final chance to get his frequent cameo collaborator Juliette Lewis into the series, so let's hope she shows up at some point. The film is slated to hit theaters on May 24th, 2013, so stay tuned.
Heather Graham is a total hooker. She has one movie role for every 10 movie producers she's given a blumpkin.
Bobo_Vision on Aug 9, 2012
So? What's it to you ? Why should we care ?
Gossipbuster on Aug 9, 2012
The Hangover back in 2009 was priceless comedy. The Hangover Part II in 2011 was not as bad everyone trashes it for. Now The Hangover Part III in 2013 seems a bit different and it looks like it will bring things from this trilogy full circle with them going back to Vegas. Looking forward to this.
Luis Eduardo Ortiz on Aug 9, 2012
:P on Aug 9, 2012
They should have gone to Macau. Bigger and crazier than Las Vegas.
DAVIDPD on Aug 9, 2012
doug is trying pretty hard not to grab her boob
bat0u on Aug 10, 2012
It's time now for all involved to join AA; the joke's stale.
Hattori Hanzo on Aug 10, 2012
If they're able to retain the humor and vibe of the first two, then I'll definitely skip it.
zey on Aug 10, 2012
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