Tonight has been a really great night for trailers, at least that is what it looks like from where I’m sitting here in the FSR Command Center. Earlier we had the trailer for Star Trek which sent me running for the exclamation marks like a little girl and now we have the first trailer for the upcoming Warner Bros. comedy The Hangover. This one comes from Road Trip and Old School director Todd Phillips, who appears to be making a return to form of sorts after the, er, painful experience that was School for Scoundrels (save for a funny performance from Billy Bob Thornton, of course). The Hangover follows the story of three friends — played by Bradley Cooper, Zack Galifianakis and Ed Helms — who have lost their soon-to-be-married friend after a few nights of binge drinking on Las Vegas. They have also coincidentally acquired a mysterious baby.
And does it end there? No, my friends, it does not. As you will see in the trailer below, they also run into some very interesting characters, including “Iron” Mike Tyson himself. Also listed among the supporting cast are Jeffrey Tambor, Heather Graham and Justin Bartha, so it stands to reason that this one could be worth a look. I don’t know — check out the trailer (Courtesy of Warner Bros.) below and you tell me.
The Hangover hits theaters on June 12, 2009. See the preview I posted back in December for more info.
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