London Indulges in a Third and Final ‘Hangover’
It was the night before the morning after that a gregarious gang hit Leicester Square. Not for casino chaos, but for Warner Bros.’ “The Hangover Part III” Euro bow, May 22.
Bradley Cooper, Heather Graham and Zach Galifianakis met hoards of hollering fans lining the Empire Cinema’s red carpet strip, in addition to some mandatory Vegas-inspired strip-lining palm trees.
Helmer Todd Phillips joined trio Ed Helms, Ken Jeong and Justin Bartha along the crimson boulevard, where Bartha confirmed some Brit-based confusion, claiming, “I’m excited for the Englishers, the Londoners, the Britains to see it.”
As his final foray with a “Hangover,” Bartha was asked what he’d miss from the franchise, to which he earnestly joked, “For me, I will miss the easy money, probably.”
Post premiere, talent road-tripped north-bound to Fitzrovia’s Roka for Japanese cuisine, plus presumably for some diligent commitment to creating the ultimate hangover.