Groom-to-be Stu (Ed Helms), is taken on a wild ride with Mr Chow (Ken Jeong) and Phil (Bradley Cooper) in The Hangover Part II, which saw the movie cruise to the top spot for biggest opening weekend at the Australian Box Office for 2011.
Groom-to-be Stu (Ed Helms), is taken on a wild ride with Mr Chow (Ken Jeong) and Phil (Bradley Cooper) in The Hangover Part II, which saw the movie cruise to the top spot for biggest opening weekend at the Australian Box Office for 2011. Warner Bros Picture

Wild ride continues for movie fans

JUST like Stu from The Hangover Part II, Rocky boy Matthew Sparks will head to Thailand for part of his wedding celebration.

But according to Matthew’s fiancee, Cassie Saville, that is exactly where the similarities will end – it will be for the honeymoon, definitely not the buck’s party.

Stu (Ed Helms), and his wolf pack, comprising Phil (Bradley Cooper), Alan (Zach Galifianakis) and Doug (Justin Bartha), are up to their old mischief for Stu’s bachelor party in Bangkok in the sequel to The Hangover.

And Australian audiences are loving it.

The film grossed $11,286,995 in its first four days at the Aussie Box Office, claiming the biggest opening weekend of 2011.

Cassie and Matthew have yet to see the sequel, but if the groom-to-be keeps joking about life imitating art, he may never see another movie again.

Matthew has been warned if his buck’s party retraces the steps of the boys from The Hangover movies, he will pay for the rest of his married life.

“He jokes about it, but he’ll suffer if he does it,” Cassie said.

“But the buck’s party is in July and the wedding is in August.

“So if he does get up to mischief he has a month to grow back his hair or whatever and get back on track.”

 

Wolf pack tear up the box office

  • Biggest opening weekend at the Australian Box Office for 2011
  • Grossing $11,286,995 in 246 cinemas from Thursday to Sunday


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