"The Hangover Part II" raked in $105.8 million over the four-day weekend, giving "Kung Fu Panda 2" a karate chop to Po's fuzzy face. Naturally, there's already talk of more "Hangovers" to come. Now that the Wolfpack has conquered (or been conquered by) Las Vegas and Bangkok, where, oh where, could they be headed next?
The stars have been dangling Amsterdam as a possibility.
Last week on the red carpet, The Hollywood Reporter managed to get a tidbit from Jamie Chung about possible destinations for the trio.
"Probably Amsterdam," she told the reporter. "If you think of the coolest, craziest cities in the world, it would have to be Las Vegas, Bangkok, and Amsterdam."
Will Phil, Stu, Alan, and Doug be passing the Dutchie soon? Todd Philips told MTV News that he's certainly not against the idea of a three-peat. "We've joked about a 'Hangover 3,' but no we haven't made any decision… That wouldn't be made for another few months until we saw you know how the audience responded and reacted. I'd be willing to do it just because I love these guys but that's something that's way off." Hmmm, cagey!
On the other hand, Ed Helms told the L.A. Times during Sundance that he was skeptical there would be any more "Hangovers" in his future.
"I doubt it... I don't think Todd [Phillips, the director] would let that happen... I would hope that 'The Hangover' kind of has a dignified legacy, if that makes any sense."
Would you see a third "Hangover"? What kind of wild animal would appear in the next installment? Is it possible that the Wolfpack could live on without Stu?