Ken Jeong has said the third instalment of The Hangover will be an epic and fitting finale.
The actor plays gangster Mr Chow in the movies and he said working on the series had been the best experience of his life.
"It will be an epic finale to the trilogy, going back to Vegas with more Chow," he said.
"Hangover 3 is the best thing I have ever done. It's going to be amazing and it's because of the fans that we got to do a third and I'm so excited to share it with them."
Speaking at the Los Angeles premiere of his new film Pain And Gain, Ken said he owed his success to the franchise.
"The Hangover is my family, it's because of The Hangover I get to work in Michael Bay films. The Hangover is my crew, every bit of success I've had is because of The Hangover," he said.
In Pain And Gain, Ken plays a motivational speaker opposite Mark Wahlberg, Dwayne Johnson and Hurt Locker star Anthony Mackie, but he said he wasn't tempted to work out with the bulked-up trio. "We are feeble men compared to them, very feeble men," he joked.
The three hunks play real-life bodybuilders who get caught up in a kidnapping scheme that goes terribly wrong.
Ken said: "I said I was in before I read the script. I wanted to get to meet (Mark) Wahlberg, much less work with him. I'm such a huge fan and right now he's at his peak. The same with Dwayne Johnson, they are great actors at the prime of their careers."