Film trailer: 'The Hangover Part II'
Friday 25 February 2011
The first teaser trailer for
The Hangover Part II, the anticipated sequel to the comedy smash hit of 2009, was released on February 24, featuring the return of actors Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis and Justin Bartha.
The "Wolfpack" reunites, traveling to Thailand for Stu's wedding, where he ends up with a tribal-style tattoo on his face. With a monkey acting as tour guide, even wilder escapades ensue during what looks to be a memorable bachelor party, this time in Bangkok instead of Vegas.
Directed by Todd Phillips ( Due Date, Starsky & Hutch), the film also features Liam Neeson, currently in the hit thriller Unknown. Ken Jeong and Mike Tyson also reappear.
The Hangover Part II is due in theaters May 26.
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