After an early marketing campaign that did everything in its power to hide plot details, 'The Hangover Part 3' has started revealing its secrets at a rapid-fire pace. First, there was the recent trailer that finally let us in on the plot of the film. Now, we have the first clip, which sheds some light on what appears to be the film's main conflict.
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Every 'The Hangover 3' trailer and TV spot so far has sold chaos and only chaos, so it's refreshing that the new (and possibly final) trailer for the trilogy capper lets us know what the movie is actually about. Unlike 'The Hangover Part II,' this is no carbon copy remake of the first film -- it couldn't look more different than what we've seen before.
If there's one thing the first TV spot for 'The Hangover Part 3' is selling, it's total unbridled chaos. Like the previous trailer, there is no plot to speak of, just glimpses of things spiraling out of control in dangerous and horrifying (hilarious?) ways. Check it our for yourself below.
After the disappointing 'The Hangover Part 2,' it would be easy to write off 'The Hangover Part 3' entirely, but the fact that John Goodman's seemingly villainous character has gotten his own character poster is enough to turn us around. If director Todd Phillips had the good sense to cast the always great Goodman in the first place and his character is important enough to be the subject of his own poster, then we're sold. Bring it on. Check out the poster below.
This time, there’s no wedding. No bachelor party. What could go wrong, right? But when the Wolfpack hits the road, all bets are off.
The first poster for 'The Hangover Part III' does an excellent job of being exactly what you wouldn't expect. Instead of the Wolf Pack standing around in various states of disarray (as was the case with the last two films), the poster is a pretty spot-on parody of the one-sheet for 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part Two,' with Zach Galifianakis and Ken Jeong standing in place of Harry Potter and Voldemort.
'The Hangover Part III' and 'RED 2' don't hit theaters for another eight months, but that doesn't mean the studios aren't going to start tossing scraps to all of the fans out there. A handful of images from the films have made their way online courtesy of EW (with a tip of that hat to Coming Soon) and you can check them out for yourself below.