Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis and Ed Helms slipped back into character for ‘Hangover II’.
Todd Phillips, director of the sequel, has revealed how the actors knew exactly what they were doing, making it “so easy” to film.
He said: “Everybody was so informed as to what they were playing, and I was informed as to what movie I was making.”
Hopefully this means a follow-up as good as the first ‘Hangover’ movie, which saw the trio attempt to find their pal Doug – played by Justin Bartha – in time for his wedding after a wild night of drinking.
We’ve all been there, right?
Todd told ComingSoon.net that filming the movie was a “fun time”, although he admitted Bangkok, Thailand, wasn’t the easiest of places to film in.
If you spend five minutes in the Thai capital, it’s easy to see why shooting a movie there may be problematic – talk about hustle and bustle.