Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 29 July 2014

Graham reveals Hangover thrills

Heather Graham stars in The Hangover Part III

Heather Graham reminisced about making the first Hangover film as she attended the premiere of the latest movie in the franchise.

The Boogie Nights beauty attended the premiere of the last sequel, The Hangover Part III in Los Angeles with her co-stars Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis and director Todd Phillips wearing a stunning green dress and admitted: "I'll miss the friendships with the fun people."

Heather said of making the first film in 2009: "There was something about doing the first one, where it's just not a big franchise yet, and you're just doing this thing and you don't know what it's going to be. It's kind of exciting."

Writer Craig Mazin also admitted he was going to miss working with the Hangover team, especially Bradley, Ed, Zach and Ken Jeong.

He said: "You can't get guys like this at the top of their game together more than once in a career. To get three guys like this and then when you add Ken Jeong... it's incredible.

"But I also had amazing luck at the beginning of the year with Melissa McCarthy and Jason Bateman together [in The Identity Thief], so I feel like I've peaked, I'm done..."

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