The writer takes us through the joys and difficulties of bringing the Wolf Pack back for their second adventure, in theaters today.
Screenwriter Craig Mazin doubts that the third and final chapter of this saga will revolve around Alan's bachelor party and marriage.
The Warner Bros. comedy sequel debuted in 2,600 theaters last night, in advance of its 3,615-theater opening today.
A federal judge dropped an injunction to stop the Warner Bros. comedy sequel's Friday release, though the case filed by Mike Tyson's tattoo artist will still move forward.
Director Todd Phillips takes us inside the story of this highly-anticipated comedy sequel, which takes place in Thailand.
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It happens again in Todd Phillip's hilarious follow-up to the hit sequel starring Paul Giamatti and Justin Bartha.
We're giving away a ton of must-have prizes for Wolf Pack fans, including a plush monkey, a flask, Alan's yellow Lab T-shirt, and a whole lot more.
The Wolfpack is back in this new Warner Bros. comedy sequel from director Todd Phillips.
38 new images reveal more of the mystery behind the Wolf Pack's latest adventure, in Cinemas this May.
Phil, Stu, Crystal and Alan also reunite for a new international poster from Todd Phillip's upcoming summer comedy.
The man who created the former boxer's face tattoo wants to stop the release of the Warner Bros. comedy sequel.
Director Todd Phillips also discusses the connection to The Godfather Part 2 and the possibility of The Hangover Part III.
The Wolfpack heads to Thailand in Todd Phillips' raunchy comedy sequel from Warner Bros.
Green Lantern, The Hangover 2, Harry Potter 8, and Final Destination 5 are ready to set the summer box office ablaze.
Phil, Stu, Doug, Alan, Mr. Chow, and a very drunk monkey each get their own spotlight in these new images from Todd Phillips' summer sequel.
Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zack Galifianakis and a monkey appear on these new one-sheets for the upcoming comedy sequel.
Nick Cassavetes will now play the role of a Bangkok tattoo artist, which was originally meant for Mel Gibson.