The star told Extra shooting will begin not this fall but the next. As for how to top the original’s storyline?
“We gotta go like to space or something,” Cooper says. “Some weird thing has gotta happen.”
“The Hangover” has been the summer’s surprise comedy hit, already grossing more than $105 million over two weeks. The story follows a trio of friends who, during a bachelor party trip to Las Vegas, lose the groom and all memory of what happened the night before.
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