Quote: "When we were scouting, there was Stu and him, and I go, 'I gotta take a picture'. The Alan one, who was very belligerent, turned round (and said), 'It's $10'. I go, 'I made the movie! I just want to send it to the guys'. I didn't have my wallet on me. Luckily the Stu character recognised me." The Hangover director Todd Phillips on coming face-to-face with the characters he helped create on the Las Vegas strip.
Quote: "We're going to surprise a lot of people with the final chapter we have planned. It will be a fitting conclusion to our three-part opera of mayhem, despair and bad decisions." Director Todd Phillips has confirmed the third installment of his huge hit The Hangover will spell the end of the franchise.
Quote: "I think what's good with Todd Phillips is he keeps surprising and shocking the audience. We're doing the Hangover 2 and it's SO embarrassing. It's good, but I can't believe what we're filming. It's crazy." Zach Galifianakis admits director TODD PHILLIPS is going out of his way to get laughs in THE HANGOVER sequel.
Quote: "He will be back. But it all makes sense. It sounds like a crazy hodgepodge, but it all makes sense." Boxing legend Mike Tyson will have a cameo in THE HANGOVER sequel, following his successful turn in the first film, confirms director Todd Phillips.
Quote: "No one was ever fired. It's a term that is so obscene to me. Someone was doing me a favour to come in for a two-minute cameo, and we changed it. It wasn't like we fired somebody. (Gibson) was just doing a favour from the beginning." THE HANGOVER director Todd Phillips insists Mel Gibson wasn't sacked from his role in the upcoming comedy sequel.
Quote: "I always thought the idea of having a muse was very sexy. And in my head I imagined my muse would look like Mila Kunis or Rashida Jones. In fact, my muse looks like (comedy writer) Bruce Vilanch without the funny T-shirts. I'm really proud of him and I love him and he's my favorite comic actor." HANGOVER director Todd Phillips on the film's standout star Zach Galifianakis.
Quote: "Zach read for Tom Green's part in Road Trip, so I've known him for 10 years. I always knew he was supremely talented, but I never had the right part for him." Director Todd Phillips on turning funnyman Zach Galifianakis into a star.
Quote: "We went to Downey’s house to have dinner. For some reason, Zach rode his bike. So he arrives 15 minutes late, sweaty, vile, and immediately puts his foot in his mouth by talking about an actress Robert used to date. I laughed, and Zach said, 'You know what, I think I’m just going to go now.'" Director Todd Phillips recalls Due Date co-stars Robert Downey, Jr. and Zach Galifianakis' awkward first meeting.