Can you feel it coming in the air tonight? Mike Tyson will be back for another "Hangover."
The scene-stealing, '80s pop song-crooning, former undisputed heavyweight champion of the world revealed in a radio interview that he will once again be a completely random part of whatever misadventure the "Hangover" jackasses get themselves into in "The Hangover Part III," according to Cinema Blend.
For the record, Tyson was one of the best things about the original "Hangover," especially when he broke into a rousing rendition of Phil Collins' "In the Air Tonight" for no particular reason. While he (sort of) played into the actual plot of the original movie, he was reduced to a gratuitous cameo at the end of "The Hangover Part II," where he sang Murray Head's "One Night in Bangkok" at Ted's (Ed Helms) wedding.
We have no idea what the plot of the third "Hangover" will be, but it will probably be exactly like the first two, with Tyson showing up to sing another '80s pop hit for no particular reason, because it's hilarious. And speaking of the aforementioned "Hangover" jackasses (Helms, Bradley Cooper and Zach Galifianakis), they'll each be getting $15 million to wander around confused and red-eyed for the third time, because being hilarious is also mad expensive.
Production on "The Hangover Part III" will commence this summer with a took toward a Memorial Day 2013 release date.