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‘The Hangover Part III’ Movie Rumors: Of Mental Institutions and Tijuana

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bill-swift - June 11, 2012

Still hungover on The Hangover? Talk about the third movie in the franchise has cropped up even before The Hangover II was released. Cast and crew members working on the movies have dropped hints about the sequel, but none as revealing or full of information as the ones that this 'secret source' told Life and Style Magazine.

One of the movie's leading men, Zach Galifianakis, earlier revealed that The Hangover III would ditch the forget-and-recall format that the previous movies used and would just focus on his character's escape from a mental institution.

Meanwhile, another report suggests that the entire crew will be heading over to Tijuana, where some wild and crazy stuff will probably go down.

A lot of it will be shot in Los Angeles, but then they are going to do the crazy scenes in Las Vegas again and then one wild week in Tijuana.

-- Secret source talking about The Hangover III

Aside from that, writer and director Todd Phillips has confirmed that this will definitely be the last movie in the franchise. That's pretty sad news, but let's hope that they go out with the loudest bang possible.

Obviously we always envisioned it as a trilogy. The third would be very much a finale and an ending... I haven't discussed it with these actors yet. [It would] not follow the same template, but is very much a new idea.

-- Todd Phillips

The Hangover III stars the usual trio comprised of Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis, Ed Helms and is set to be released on May 24, 2013.

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