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Bradley Cooper, a.k.a. the Sexiest Man Alive (much to the chagrin of Ryan Gosling) was on England's "The Graham Norton Show" bringing his charming brand of pitchmanship to the Blu-ray/DVD release of "The Hangover Part II" when he confirmed a nugget of info that's been floating around the web for awhile.
Pretty much in-line with comments from the series' director Todd Phillips, the Coop made it clear in this pull-quote from The National Ledger that the inevitable "Part III" will be an entirely different animal, and dropped the new locale for the Wolf Pack to trash.
"I hope we'll start shooting next September," said Cooper on the show. "I know [director] Todd Phillips is working on the script. We stuck to the formula in the second one but the third would need to close the trilogy. I think it'll take place in L.A. and not adhere to the structure."
L.A. huh? Don't go out of your way to find somewhere exotic, boys. Although, come to think of it, framing the characters Zach Galifiankis, Ed Helms and Cooper created in their natural habitat could be a great opportunity to dig into their jobs, homelife, i.e. a situation where they might actually be burning some bridges.
Galifiankis already hinted that "The Hangover Part III" would involve breaking his character Alan out of a mental institution, now let's just hope Helms gets a chance to do a piano duet with Randy Newman.