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Wednesday, 1 June 2011

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The scene from Hangover II where Ed Helms' character Stu has an encounter with a Bangkok 'Ladyboy.'

HOLLYWOOD - The producers of Hangover Part II are ecstatic as their comedy motion picture has just broken the opening weekend record for a comedy film.

The Tinsel Town Times Tribune stated that the motion picture had grossed $85,946,294 for the Memorial Holiday Weekend. 5T reported that just about every 18-year-old in the Greater Los Angeles area saw the movie.

The film which was filmed in Bangkok and is based on a true story clearly shows what can happen when grown men get carried away with their drinking.

Many movie critics and movie goers were amazed at how great a job the actors did in their portrayal of four drunken individuals.

An inside source close to one of the film's stuntmen stated that the reason why the actors looked like they had really been drinking was simply because they had all really been drinking.

The insider even revealed that there was one particular scene which had to be cut out of the film because of the fact that Crystal the cigarette smoking, drug dealing monkey who appeared in the film had accidentally taken three sips from a beer bottle and she got so drunk that she could not remember her monkey lines.

5Ts LaTuna LaTundra stated that the film's writers are already busy working on Hangover Part III. And word is that the movie executives have just signed Charlie Sheen to appear in the next installment which should begin filming in a few months.

Charlie who will also act as an alcohol consultant will be co-starring with the movies main stars Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis, Ken Jeong, and Crystal the Monkey.

5T reports that the producers did not want to divulge where Hangover Part III will be filmed but an inside, unnamed, highly reliable source has said that Hangover III will be filmed in Tijuana, Mexico.

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