The Hangover Aspect III is due to appear in theatres on May 24. As opposed to the past two films, it doesn't consist of a marriage or a bachelor's celebration. Instead, the movie starts with the memorial of Alan's dad and recognizes the Wolfpack hit the street, making an unavoidable pitstop at Las Nevada along the way.
Talking about the film's set-up, home Todd Phillips has said: "The Hangover Aspect III is Alan's tale. He's going through a problems after the loss of life of his dad, [and] the Wolfpack is all he has."
Alongside Galifianakis, Wolfpack cornerstones Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Bieber Bartha have all reprised their tasks from the first two movies, with Ken Jeong's scene-stealing Mr Chow also returning for one last experience. Meanwhile, David Goodman has signed up with the throw and has exposed he performs a "a killer".
Released during 2009, The Hangover became the highest-grossing R-rated funny ever and won a Fantastic World for best film - musical technology or funny. This year's follow up, The Hangover Aspect II, was even more effective at the box workplace, getting over $580 thousand (£375 million) globally.