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Wednesday 22 October 2014

Cooper: Hangover 2 unbelievable

Bradley Cooper will star in the Hangover sequel

Bradley Cooper has admitted he never thought it possible that he would be starring in a sequel to The Hangover.

The A-Team star played the wild best man in Todd Phillips' surprise hit comedy about a disastrous bachelor party in Las Vegas - and he is delighted all the cast have signed on to make a second instalment.

Bradley revealed: "We start in October, the second. The script's pretty great. I can't wait to start actually. I love those guys. And never before would I think that we would be making a sequel to that movie!"

As for the plot details, the Hollywood hunk - who is dating Renee Zellweger - stayed tight-lipped, admitting only: "I believe we're going to Thailand, yes."

Co-stars Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis and Justin Bartha have all signed up to co-star in the film and Todd will be directing the sequel.

Todd has previously said: "We delivered what we said we would deliver, so I think they know I'm not looking to f**k up the Hangover 2, I want to make it funny, too.

"You know what I mean? I think basically my point is we're all trying to do the same thing - make a real funny movie that works. So I think that they trust that certainly with that title - I can do that."

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