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Bradley Cooper and Zach Galifianakis Have a Small Fight in First 'Hangover Part III' Clip

May 4, 2013 (6:19 am) GMT
Cooper's Phill Wenneck and Galifianakis' Alan Garner get into a small fight because of an e-mail from Ken Jeong's Leslie Chow in the first clip for Todd Phillips' film.

Warner Bros. builds the anticipation for its upcoming comedy "" with the release of the film's first clip. Featuring , and , the video centers on a comedic scene of a small fight between Cooper and Galifianakis at a gas station.

When Cooper persuades Helms to help him track down Leslie Chow, Galfianakis interrupts them to show "a strange e-mail." Surprised to know that it's from Chow, Cooper asks, "How did you not know this was from Chow?" He then gets a funny respond from his mate, "I thought it was 'Chow' like 'Goodbye,' you know like 'Ciao,' 'Arrivederci.' "

Directed by Todd Phillips, the third film will see the Wolfpack going on another adventure only this time because of Leslie Chow. Traveling to Tijuana and ending up in Las Vegas, the boys will surely embark on a journey which is no less unusual than what they had before in the first two films.

Penned by Phillips and Craig Mazin, the comedy film sees 's return as Jade, and features as a newcomer in the cast ensemble. Also starring and , the film, which has recently debuted a new poster featuring a chicken, is set to hit theaters across the United States on May 24.


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