With a massive overseas push for "The Hangover Part II," Warner Bros. looks likely to overcome the box office aphorism that American comedies don't travel.
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Warner Bros.' release of "The Hangover Part II" can go forward as planned on Thursday, after a federal judge rejected an effort to block its release by a St. Louis artist who claims that a facial…
Liam Neeson's cameo as a Bangkok tattoo artist in "The Hangover Part II" has been cut, director Todd Phillips exclusively told Variety, and Nick Cassavetes has been re-cast in the role that was…
Liam Neeson has stepped in to replace Mel Gibson in Warner Bros.' "The Hangover Part II," following a revolt by the cast and crew against Gibson's involvement in the movie.
One of the more prescient moves by a studio came two months before "The Hangover" opened last year, with Warner Bros. deciding then that it would make the early committment to a sequel, "The Hangover…
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