The Hangover 3 (2013) Review

The Hangover 3 is a 2013 American comedy film produced by Legendary Pictures and distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures. It is the sequel to 2011’s The Hangover Part 2, and the third and final film in The Hangover film series.

The Hangover 3 was announced days before the release of The Hangover 2 and Mazin who co-wrote Part 2 was brought on board.

Official Release Date: 23 May 2013 (USA)


In the aftermath of the death of Alan’s father, the wolfpack decide to take Alan to get treated for his mental issues. But things start to go wrong on the way to the hospital as the wolfpack is assaulted and Doug is kidnapped. Now they must find Mr. Chow again in order to surrender him to the gangster who kidnapped Doug in order to save him.

Major Cast:

Bradley Cooper            as           Phil

Ed Helms                         as           Stu

Zach Galifianakis          as           Alan

Justin Bartha                 as           Doug

Ken Jeong                       as           Mr. Chow

John Goodman             as           Marshall

Global Box Office:

The Hangover 3 usurped Fast And Furious 6 at the international box office thanks to an estimated $82.3m haul through Warner Bros Pictures International on close to 8,600 screens in 54 markets.

The early international running total stands at $110.7m including three markets now in their second weekend.
There was a string of number one debuts. The comedy trilogy finale fared best in Germany on $15m from 727 for the biggest launch of the year and the biggest US comedy debut in history that finished approximately 28% ahead of The Hangover Part II.

The film arrived in Russia on $9.3m from 1,228 screens nationwide and placed 104% ahead of the second episode and opened in Italy on $7.6m from 530 and 162% ahead of its predecessor.

France generated $6.6m from 801, 24% ahead of Part 2, while Brazil delivered $5.4m from 550, 138% ahead of Part II. Austria produced a remarkable $3.1m from 82 for the third biggest launch of the year-to-date and the sixth biggest in history, the biggest US comedy debut and Warner Bros’ third biggest launch.

Spain delivered $2.8m from 403 for number one and finished 5% ahead of Part II, while Holland generated $2.1m from 115 to rank number one and score the biggest US comedy debut and the second biggest launch of 2013.

The UK produced $4.5m from 873 in the second weekend to rank number one and reach $20.7m. Australia added $4.1m from 496 for $15.2m.

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