Hangover 3 Adds Another Member To The Wolfpack
The Hangover; Part 3, the last film in the Todd Phillips franchise, will now be featuring a lot more of Mr. Chow.
Ken Jeong, who had a cameo as Mr. Chow in the first Hangover movie and a supporting role in the sequel, will now be part of the main cast for the final instalment. The raise is no surprise to anyone who has seen Jeong’s star predominately rise recently due to his show-stealing parts in the first two Hangover films, his hilarious and beloved role on NBC‘s Community as Chang, and featured scenes in films Transformers: Dark Side Of The Moon and Despicable Me.
Jeong is arranging dates that will not clash with his work on Community (sigh of relief).
Quashing rumours that the third film will be just like the first two (a group of friends wake up with no memory of the night before, someone is missing, something is wrong with Ed Helm’s face, they’re left with something to take care of), Zach Galifianakis (Alan) has told Rolling Stone that Part 3 will ditch the format of the past two films and focus on the guys trying to break Alan out of a mental asylum.
It is unknown how Jeong will play into the plot, but with this news its safe to assume that he is now part of the wolfpack, bitches!
The Hangover; Part 3 is set to start production in the next month and will be shot on location in Tijuana and a mysterious return to Las Vegas. It will be released in cinemas May 2013.