Will there be a Hangover 4?

One of the most popular comedy movie franchises in the early 2010s was The Hangover, but will there be a follow-up?

It’s difficult to think of popular comedic films without including The Hangover. The first film, which came out in 2009, gave rise to a trilogy that was released until 2013.

The storyline for the franchise started off as follows: “Doug drives to Las Vegas with three friends for an unforgettable stag party two days before his wedding.” The three groomsmen actually have no memory of anything when they wake up the following morning, nor can they locate Doug. The three disoriented friends have little time, so they attempt to go back and locate Doug in order to return to Los Angeles in time for his wedding.

Even if the film series was successful, would this trilogy ever expand into a four-picture series?

Is a fourth hangover coming?
Bradley Cooper seems open to the idea of a Hangover sequel, despite the lack of official preparations. Cooper starred with Zach Galifianakis and Ed Helms as elementary school teacher Phil Wenneck.

Cooper expressed his cautious anticipation during a recent appearance on The New Yorker Radio Hour, saying, “Well, I would do Hangover 5.” Yes, but Hangover 4 would be the first. Because I adore Zach, Ed, and Todd [Phillips], the director of the series, I would definitely do Hangover 4 in a heartbeat. Yes, I most likely would. Todd is not going to do that, in my opinion.

To be honest, Cooper is correct to surmise that Todd Phillips might never again make a film because he has since turned his focus to more somber dramas like the 2016 dramedy War Dogs and the 2019 film Joker.

Furthermore, it would probably be quite challenging to put the same ensemble back together given their hectic schedules, which include appearing in popular series and Marvel films. In 2018, Ed Helms, who portrayed Dentist Stu Price in the film, declared that the likelihood of a new hangover was “between zero and zero.” He hasn’t expressed any reversal of that opinion since.

Additionally, the longer the franchise continued, the worse it got, both critically and commercially. The original film earned $79% on Rotten Tomatoes and produced $469.3 million off its $35 million budget. However, 2011’s Part II only managed a pitiful 34%, and 2013’s Part III fared much worse with just 20%.

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