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The Hangover 2 Update! The Boys Are Going To Bangkok!


The Hangover was HIGHlarious, but we're even more excited for the sequel, which will bring the boys to Bangkok!

Much like The Godfather: Part II and Aliens and I Still Know What You Did Last Summer, we're thinking this sequel will be better than the original!

We want to see all types of crazy, unspeakable things to happen to Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis, Ed Helms, and Justin Bartha in this movie.

Here are some ideas we've got about ways to mess with the boys in Bangkok:

-Have Nicolas Cage's hitman character from Bangkok Dangerous trying to kill one of the guys

-Instead of a stripper, maybe this time Ed Helms makes a commitment to a mail-order bride, whose pimp could be played by Asian gangster Ken Jeong (Todd Phillips has confirmed he will be returning for this sequel!)

-While blacked out, maybe one of the guys signs up for the Royal Thai Army

We're totally pumped to see how they make life difficult for the Hangover boys in Bangkok!

What trouble do U think the Hangover boys will see in Bangkok?

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Nic Cage Has Settled The Ultimate Lawsuit


Maybe now Nicolas Cage won’t have to do paycheck movies like Bangkok Dangerous.

Nicolas Cage has finally settled his lawsuit with his former accountant, Sam Levin, who Cage blames for his disastrous financial situation.

Cage has accused Levin of making poor investments on his behalf, which cost him millions of dollars, and put him $14 million in tax debt. Levin countersued Cage, and called him a spendthrift for spending millions upon millions of dollars on cars and houses.

No word at this time about any specific details of the outcome, but a source has said that Cage is happy it’s resolved.

Fingers crossed that Nicolas Cage’s financial situation gets much better quickly. It would be wonderful if he could move on, so we could all leave movies he did out of necessity, like Next and The Wicker Man, in the past where they belong.

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