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Zach Galifianakis Reveals Hangover Part III Plot, Rips On Ke$ha In Rolling Stone

The beautiful thing about Zach Galifiankis’ Rolling Stone interview is how clear it is that the comedian could give a tiny monkey-in-a-denim-vest’s bottom about fame or what everyone in American thinks of him. Take Zach Galifianakis’ Ke$ha run-in, for example. “I saw that Ke$ha woman the other day,” the actor reveals about running into the singer at a bar. “She was sitting by herself, and I walked up to her and said, ‘Listen, I got your e-mail. Your music is really bad! I don’t know who listens to it, but I imagine it’s, like, six-year-olds – and it’s a bad message.'” First January Jones, now Ke-Dollar Sign-Ha. That man’s just saying what we’re all thinking!

The Hangover Part II star also seems pretty unconcerned with causally revealing The Hangover Part III plot, which the magazine says “ditches the format of the first two and focuses on his character escaping from a mental institution with help from the wolf pack.” Sighs Galifianakis as if he was talking about visiting his great-aunt, “They want to do a Hangover III. I’m getting fricking phone calls already.” Slowly, the distance between Galifianakis and his character Alan gets smaller which each passing day… As it should be.

[Photo: Splash News Online]

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New Hangover Part II Character Posters Look Like Sweaty, Regrettable Fun

If the Hangover Part II trailer didn’t give you enough of a sense of what the sequel, opening May 26, will be like, the new Hangover Part II character posters really convey the grimy, panicky good times in store for the Wolfpack. In the promo ads, Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Justin Bartha, Ken Jeong and Zach Galifiankis are joined by the film’s break-out star, an adorable monkey in a jean vest. Add to these photos the fact that director Todd Phillips commissioned an original Hangover Part II song from Glenn Danzig, plus the news that The Notebook director Nick Cassavetes is replacing Liam Neeson in the role of a grody tattoo artist, and we’re counting on the movie being one filthy, nearly hallucinatory good time.

[Photos: Collider]

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