Bradley Cooper says he would do Hangover 4 in an ‘instant’
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The Hangover fans, we have good news.
Ten years on from the The Hangover Part III, we've been given a glimmer of hope that a fourth movie could happen.
As you'd expect, the trip went to s**t, with Doug going missing and his three friends left trying to work out where he was after a very blurry night involving Mike Tyson, a tiger, and a lot of booze and drugs.
And the first movie went down a storm with fans, sparking another two to be released in the years that followed.
All three films were directed by Todd Phillips.
Sadly there hasn't been another Hangover movie since 2013, despite many calls for a fourth.
And a decade on, Cooper has been asked if he would do The Hangover 4 if it were to become a possibility.
"I would probably do Hangover 4 in an instant," he told The New Yorker Radio Hour.
"Just because I love Todd, I love Zach, I love Ed so much, I probably would.”
But the 48-year-old then slightly quashed our dreams of another movie, adding: "I don't think Todd is ever going to do that."
The fact that the movies are still being talked about 14 years after the first film hit cinemas proves how popular they still are - and Cooper isn't the only one to have reflected on his part in the franchise as of late.
The Office favorite Helms recently guest starred on The View, where he shared a Hangover filming secret with the panel.
We all remember that part of the film where Stu loses his tooth, right?
Well, it turns out Helms genuinely doesn't have a tooth in the gap that was shown.
He explained: "So when we were in pre-production for The Hangover and the director was like, ‘How are we gonna do this missing tooth?’ I said, ‘Well, I have an implant there. Let’s just talk to my dentist'.
"And [the dentist] said, ‘Yeah, we can just take it out.’ [We took] out the implant. So that's what we did."
Helms went on to quip: "I am committed. I get in there. I will remove body parts. Whatever it takes. I’m in."
Now that is commitment.