‘The Hangover: Part II’ Character Posters Show Fear, Confusion And A Whole Lot Of Partying

The boys are back in town, and they’re ready to party. Or, at least the monkey is.

Six new character posters for “The Hangover: Part II” have hit the web, and we’re glad that Warner Bros. is finally taking a second look at our favorite people in the flick beyond just the wolf pack. That means Doug, Mr. Chow and, yes, our unnamed little simian, all have their own posters for us to drool over.

Head past the jump to check out our breakdown of the new posters!

Bradley Cooper as Phil Wenneck
Phil looks a bit more clueless than usual in this poster, but that confusion might stem directly from his surroundings. After all, he’s a bit sweaty and did unexpectedly find himself in Thailand’s capital. Those sunglasses don’t look like they’d be able to stop all those bright lights from giving him one killer hangover headache.
Tagline: “We’re in Bangkok?”

Ed Helms as Stu Price
On the other hand, Stu looks just about ready to go running home to his mother (or his soon-to-be wife). Sporting his resplendent Mike Tyson-esque face tattoo and hopefully still having all of his teeth in his mouth, this member of the wolf pack doesn’t look too happy about potentially missing his impending nuptuals.
Tagline: “I have a demon in me.”

Zach Galifianakis as Alan Garner
At least Alan doesn’t seem very fazed by his oriental setting. In fact, he looks a bit peeved in this poster, and it might have to do with the image’s tagline. Is someone — the monkey, maybe, or Mr. Chow? — trying to become the newest member of their sacred wolf pack?
Tagline: “We made a pact, wolfpack only.”

Justin Bartha as Doug Billings
From what we’ve seen in the film’s trailer, Doug seems to have as small a presence in “The Hangover: Part II” as he did in the first flick, though at least he’s not missing this time. He looks like he’s still hanging out in the lap of Thailand luxury while he’s trying to help the guys, and we have to echo that concerned look on his face when thinking about the welfare of our big three.
Tagline: “No one here has to know.”

Ken Jeong as Mr. Chow
Mr. Chow seems like the only guy in these stills to actually be having a good time. Then again, as we learned in “The Hangover,” he is also pretty well near completely crazy.
Tagline: “We had a sick night!”

The Monkey as The Monkey
Is he scared? Is he happy? Is he actually going to say “We love to party”? Too many questions, and just one little guy. And where exactly did he get such a nice fitted jean vest?
Tagline: “We love to party!”

What do you think of these new posters? Is “The Hangover: Part II” a film you’re looking forward to? Let us know in the comments section below or on Twitter!