It's no secret that The Hangover Part III will bring back The Wolf Pack, with Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, and Zach Galifianakis confirmed to star, along with the return of Mike Tyson. Today we have word that Ken Jeong has also signed on to reprise his role as Mr. Chow, in a much larger capacity.

The actor stole many a scene in the breakthrough comedy blockbuster The Hangover, and its sequel, The Hangover Part II, although he was not a main character. That will change in the sequel, with insiders claiming Mr. Chow has a much bigger role in this follow-up, although no specifics were revealed.

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Ken Jeong does have to manage some scheduling issues, though, since The Hangover Part III will overlap with the start of Community Season 4, which commences production in August.

Todd Phillips is directing from a screenplay by Craig Mazin. No plot details have been confirmed as of yet, although we reported in August that the story may involve The Wolf Pack breaking Alan (Zach Galifianakis) out of a mental institution.