The Wolfpack Reunites For One Last Riotous Romp

There’s no wedding. There’s no bachelor party. So what could go awry for The Wolfpack? Turns out, everything.

The Hangover Part III sends Phil (Bradley Cooper), Stu (Ed Helms), Allen (Zach Galifianakis) on one final debauched escapade as they hunt down Leslie Chow (Ken Jeong) reunite for one final romp.

In the new trailer for the trilogy’s final installment, the gang gets back together to help an off-his-medication Allen mourn the passing of his father. Following the funeral, they convince a weepy, whiny Allen to check into a facility called New Horizons.

But soon after they hit the road, their trip gets hijacked by some seemingly high-rolling thug (John Goodman) and that good ol’ drug-dealing Black Doug (Mike Epps). “Leslie Chow stole $21 million from me,” he fumes. “And I figure The Wolfpack has the best chance of finding him.”

After taking Doug (Justin Bartha) for “insurance,” the two men leave The Wolfpack in the dust, as the trouble-rousing trio are left to hunt the world high and low for Chow (Ken Jeong). But they get a tip-off when Allen unwittingly receives an email from the flamboyant gangster himself — “I thought it was Chow like ‘goodbye,'” Allen reasons. “You know, like, ciao, arrivederci, Papa John’s.”

Their search mission takes them south of the border to Tijuana, Mexico, where they find Chow, sporting a tribal-printed poncho and sombrero. “Same old, same old,” he tells The Wolfpack as they catch up. “Oh! I got into cock fighting.” Allen’s face lights up: “Oh, cock fighting,” he muses. “That sounds wonderful.”

From there, the trailer escalates: Phil rappels down the side Caesars Palace, Allen drives — with beer in hand — a giraffe to its death when passing under a freeway overpass, and Chow goes base-jumping in Sin City as he shouts, “I love cocaine!”

The Hangover Part III — which also promises Melissa McCarthy as a check-out girl! — hits theaters on May 24.

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