'Community' season 5 has been tracking streets ahead of its predecessor with the return of both series creator Dan Harmon and a number of fan-favorite guests, but the beleaguered NBC comedy may yet lose another of its stars. 'Hangover' trilogy vet Ken Jeong has begun development on his own NBC comedy, 'Dr. Ken,' loosely based on Jeong's own experiences in medicine, but would the new series "Chang"-e 'Community' even further without one of its most frequent villains?
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'The Hangover Part III' is due out in a week, and the one thing the trailers and posters have hammered home is that this is the final chapter of the series. The movie, which stars Zach Galifianakis, Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Ken Jeong, is promising closure and this latest (likely final) NSFW trailer plays up that this is the end.
Way, way back before 'The Hangover 3' was even a twinkle in Todd Phillips' eye, co-stars Zach Galifianakis and Ken Jeong already knew each other, and you can watch them perform stand-up together in this video unearthed from the prehistoric year of 1998.
Yesterday, a new 'The Hangover Part 3' poster spotlighting John Goodman's mysterious character arrived. Well, it looks like it was the first in a series. Now, a new character poster has popped up online showcasing one of the trilogy's most divisive characters: Ken Jeong's Mr. Chow.
Uh-oh, do we detect a bit of Chang in the wind? Even with NBC's abysmal ratings of late and the notoriously-troubled 'Community's fairly moderate performance of late, fans eagerly await news of a potential fifth season. And even though NBC might not be in the best position to discard a potentially profitable series, 'Community' star Ken Jeong has given himself a parachute by taking a role in ABC's forthcoming comedy 'Spy.' Find out how much things will Chang inside!
'The Hangover' series of films have been two of the most financially successful comedies to ever hit the big screen. The first movie that came out in 2009 was a surprise hit, and a sequel quickly followed in 2011. Now there's a third 'Hangover' in the works, and co-star Ken Jeong will be featured in an expanded role.
Actor and writer Ken Marino ('Wet Hot American Summer') has a new web series on Yahoo! titled 'Burning Love.' The series is a spoof on the long-running dating show 'The Bachelor,' and we've got a look at the hilarious first episode.