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By Joanna Crawley On May 6, 2013

** Zach Galifianekis Insists There Won't Be A Hangover 4: 'That's Not Going
To Happen' **

Star insists franchise works as a trilogy

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*The Hangover star Zach Galifianakis has insisted there definitely won't be
a fourth outing for the hit franchise, revealing that everything is
"wrapped up nicely" in the upcoming third film.*

Zach reprises his role as the hapless Alan Garner in the third and final
installment of the hilarious movie series, but despite the huge commercial
success of the films the actor has revealed that he was unsure about
returning for a third time.

"It didn't make sense at first. I'm a leave-well-enough-alone kind of
person. But looking back, I'm happy we did the third one. It feels like
it's wrapping up nicely, where the second didn't feel like it was. A third
one felt like it gave our characters a conclusion" Zach tells Empire

/The Hangover's over: Zach Galifianekis insists there won't be a fourth
film (WENN)/

The third film, reuniting Zach with Bradley Cooper and Ed Helms, marks the
end of the Wolf Pack, although the funnyman does admit they could find
themselves back in drink-induced hell years from now:

"What I would love to do is, if we all make it to 90, then get back
together. That would be fun. But that's not going to happen. There's not
going to be a fourth one."

Director Todd Phillips is also adamant that the third


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** /The Hangover Part III/ **

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The Hangover Part III
Three men wearing suits and sunglasses, one carrying a sledgehammer over
his shoulder
Theatrical release poster with the original release date
Directed by Todd Phillips
Produced by Todd Phillips
Daniel Goldberg
Written by Todd Phillips
Craig Mazin
Based on Characters created by
Jon Lucas
Scott Moore
Starring Bradley Cooper
Ed Helms
Zach Galifianakis
Ken Jeong
Heather Graham
Jeffrey Tambor
Justin Bartha
Jamie Chung
John Goodman
Music by Christophe Beck
Cinematography Lawrence Sher
Editing by Debra Neil-Fisher
Jeff Groth
Studio Legendary Pictures
Green Hat Films
Distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures
Release date(s) · May 23, 2013 (2013-05-23)

Running time 100 minutes^[1]
Country United States
Language English
Budget $103 million^[2]^[3]
Box office $346,601,820^[3]

/*The Hangover Part III*/ is a 2013 American comedy film produced by
Legendary Pictures and distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures. It is the
sequel to 2011's /The Hangover Part II/, and the third and final film in
/The Hangover/ trilogy. The film stars Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach
Galifianakis, Ken Jeong, Heather Graham, Jeffrey Tambor, Justin Bartha,
Jamie Chung, and John Goodman with Todd Phillips directing a screenplay
written by himself and Craig Mazin. The film follows the "Wolfpack" (Phil,
Stu, Doug, and Alan) as they try to get Alan the help he needs after facing
a personal crisis.

/The Hangover Part III/ was announced days before the release of /The
Hangover Part II/ and Mazin who co-wrote /Part II/ was brought on board. In
January 2012, the principal actors re-signed to star. In March 2012, Warner
Bros. announced a U.S. Memorial Weekend release. The supporting roles were
cast between June and September 2012. Principal photography began in


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