Zach Galifianakis wants more "Hangovers"

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The third and final installment in The Hangover franchise, this 2013 comedy flick is directed by--who else--Todd Phillips, the man at the helm of the first two Hangover movies. Following a disaster-filled trip to Thailand, Phil (Bradley Cooper), Stu (Ed Helms), Alan (Zack Galifianakis) & Doug (Justin Bartha) are back in the states and caught up in another set of misadventures. Also reprising their roles from The Hangover Part II (2011): Ken Jeong, Heather Graham & Jamie Chung.
May 25th, 2013

Zach Galifianakis wants to do a fourth 'Hangover' film.

The 43-year-old star would be keen to reprise his character, Alan Garner, again in the distant future, but insists ''nobody would care'' about the movie series apart from its stars Bradley Cooper, Justin Bartha, and Ed Helms.

He said: ''If we all reach 90, I would, for sure, do another one.

''No one would care but it would be fun, wouldn't it?''

If another 'Hangover' movie was created in 20 years then Zach would love his alter-ego to be just the same - but with a large family.

When asked where he sees Alan in 20 years, he replied: '''Hangover 16'! Alan will still be making the same mistakes and probably have nine children.''

Zach finds it ''weird'' when he meets fans who just want to speak about him for a whole conversation, and admits people often think he looks like Alan but fail to realise he plays the 'Hangover' character.

He added to Nuts magazine: ''Every week someone will say to me, 'Has anyone ever told you that you look like the fat guy from 'The Hangover'?' And then they'll go, 'No offence.' So I'll just say, 'Oh, I'm not offended because I'm not him and he'll never find out about this.'

''People are usually nice and fun. But when you're stuck with someone and all they wanna talk about is you ... it's a weird relationship.''