The actor will reprise his role as a Las Vegas drug dealer in this final installment of the comedy trilogy.
The comedian will return as Mr. Chow with a much larger role than the first two movies in director Todd Phillips' sequel.
The comedy sequel will also film in Los Angeles and Las Vegas, with only one week of "crazy scenes" to possibly be shot in Tijiuana.
Warner Bros. confirmed this final installment of the franchise hits theaters May 24, with production slated to begin in September.
The former heavyweight boxing champ confirms he will play himself one last time in this comedy sequel, with shooting to begin this summer.
Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis, and Ed Helms are reportedly asking this hefty sum to return for the Warner Bros. comedy.
The third installment of this comedy franchise will likely be set in Los Angeles and may venture outside of the formula set up in the first two movies.
Zach Galifianakis reveals story details revolving around his character and The Wolfpack.
The Hangover Part II co-writer is on board to write the third and final installment of The Wolfpack comedy franchise.
Screenwriter Craig Mazin doubts that the third and final chapter of this saga will revolve around Alan's bachelor party and marriage.