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Bradley Cooper Would Do ‘The Hangover 4’ in an ‘Instant’


Bradley Cooper is open to reprising his role as Phil in another installment of the “Hangover” film series.

On a recent episode of “The New Yorker Radio Hour” podcast, Cooper spoke to host David Remnick about his directorial efforts, including “A Star Is Born” and “Maestro,” and pivoting to more dramatic roles. Remnick then asked Cooper, “Are you done with fun? In other words, if another kinda fun comic role came along, it was three months of your life, it’s not ‘Hangover 5’ but something of a similar spirit.”

“I would probably do ‘Hangover 4’ in an instant,” Cooper said. “Just because I love Todd [Phillips], I love Zach [Galifianakis], I love Ed [Helms] so much, I probably would.”

When asked if a fourth “Hangover” film could happen, Cooper replied, “I don’t think Todd’s ever going to do that.”

“The Hangover” is an American-German comedy film from 2009 that received the Golden Globe for Best Comedy or Musical (2009).

Four friends head to Las Vegas for Doug’s bachelor party. The next morning, Phil, Stu, and Alan wake up with terrible headaches, and all they remember from the previous night is a toast they had on the hotel rooftop where they checked in. However, the surprises continue as they discover that their hotel room is demolished, there’s a live tiger in the bathroom, and the sound of a baby crying is coming from the closet. Moreover, the groom, Doug, is missing. The friends embark on a search for him and, in the process, learn that one of them married a stripper, another had a homosexual encounter, and they’re being chased by a loan shark gangster.

In 2011 and 2013, two cinematic sequels were released, namely “The Hangover Part II” and “The Hangover Part III.”

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