The Hangover took home the Critics' Choice Award for Best Comedy, which brought the cast back into the press room tonight — check out all the winners here. Director Todd Phillips said that a sequel to the hit movie is in the writing stage at the moment, but he is hoping to get it out by Memorial Day 2011 — although he denied the rumor that Zac Efron has a role in it. The whole crew had a great sense of humor — here's a few highlights:
Things got a little more somber when they were asked about the situation in Haiti, which Ken Jeong commented on before joking that he wanted to talk about his "tiny penis."
This month we can all finally own a copy of The Hangover on DVD, but the fun is rolling on through the new year! Jan. 1 has been declared National Hangover Day (something we can all relate to), and the film's cast is getting in on the fun with some cute PSAs. First we've got an exclusive sneak peek at the DVD extras with this fun behind-the-scenes look at what it was like on the set. Watch as Ed Helms, Heather Graham, and Zach Galifianakis show us what it was like filming the movie in Vegas's The Riviera.
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We're in the midst of perfect movie watching season, and if all you want to do is make a you-sized dent in your couch with a new movie, you're in luck. Today is Tuesday, which means new DVDs and music, and there are some particularly entertaining releases this week. And in addition to my picks below, there are also Jeremy Piven's The Goods: Live Hard Sell Hard and animated guinea pig flick G-Force available today as well.The Hangover
This Summer's smash hit The Hangover won over audiences and critics for its raucous bachelor party story. The buddy pic lets Zach Galifianakis shine as the hilariously inept counterpart to the more straight-laced Ed Helms and Bradley Cooper, as they try to find their buddy (Justin Bartha) after a crazy night in Vegas. I loved the unapologetic male-centric movie, and so did you, it seems — it's running away with my best comedic movie of 2009 poll.
If you've already seen the movie in theaters, the DVD extras may make you want to see it again: there's a montage of Ken Jeong's improv from the movie, some deleted extra scenes, and more photos from the notorious missing camera.78%
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