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Sunday 25 January 2015

Heather Graham in Hangover limbo

Heather Graham says she still doesn't know if she'll be in the Hangover sequel
Heather Graham says she still doesn't know if she'll be in the Hangover sequel

Don't ask Heather Graham if she's going to star in the Hangover sequel - as she's said she still doesn't know.

Ed Helms, Bradley Cooper and Zach Galifianakis have reprised their roles for the follow-up, which has started filming in Thailand, but Heather - who played stripper Jade - doesn't know if she gets to join them.

"I don't know - they are still writing it, one minute I am and the next minute I'm not," she said.

"It's kind of up in the air. It would be fun to do it," she added.

Heather, who starred in animated feature The Flying Machine - The World Of Chopin's Etudes, enjoyed working with the comic actors.

"When you are around all those comedians you have that feeling that it's fun, it's hard-core. But I like being around comedians and Todd (Phillips) is a great director," she continued.

"I thought that it would be a commercial film but I didn't know that it would be that big, so that was fun."

However, she didn't like filming in Las Vegas.

"I don't really like Vegas. I've been enough times and I don't need to go again," she admitted.

"It's the No 1 tourist destination in America and I'm like, 'Don't you want to spend your money going some place else?' But I guess it's totally unique."

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