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Original ‘Hangover’ Baby Back for Part 3

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Original ‘Hangover’ Baby Back for Part 3

Grant Holmquist then and now. Photos courtesy of Warner Bros./Getty

For the third and final chapter of the record-breaking R-rated “The Hangover” franchise, the original gang has been assembled for one last raucous romp. Zach Galifianakis, Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Ken Jeong, Heather Graham and even baby Tyler (or Carlos, so named by Galifianakis’ Allen).

People magazine reports that baby Tyler, who in 2009 was played mostly by brother-sister twins Grant and Avery Holmquist is all grown up now and a fun part of the story in the third film. This time around Tyler is played only by Grant, who at four-and-a-half at the time of filming, won the role despite an initial casting call for 6-year-old actors.

When asked about the choice, director Todd Phillips recently told HitFix that “he had to” use the original kiddo in the part because everyone loved the bond between Allen and Tyler/Carlos in the first “Hangover” movie and that in writing that scene Phillips knew the reunion would play well for the audience.

The twins’ mom, Carrie, told People that Grant is an especially big fan of his scene partner Galifianakis.

"Zach did an amazing job loosening Grant up," she said. "He's the type of kid who's very analytical and intelligent. So he kind of walks into a room and takes it all in first so it was really nice to have those personalities warm up to him."

Carrie also revealed that Grant has a special nickname for his friend. "When he sees him in the trailer or in the paper, he'll go, 'Oh, there's Zachy!' He's taken to calling him Zachy," she said. "Grant loves him."

Be sure to watch out for Tyler/Carlos’ return when “The Hangover Part III” hits theaters on May 23.

[Related: ‘The Hangover Part III’ Set Visit: A Descent into Madness]