It seems that the comedy film series will go no further than the original trilogy, which concluded in 2013 with 'The Hangover Part 3'
The distant prospect of a fourth film in The Hangover series has been dismissed by Ed Helms, who clarified that the chances of another Hangover movie being made were “between zero and zero”.
To date, three Hangover films have been made – starting with the original film, The Hangover, in 2009 and finishing with The Hangover Part 3 in 2013. The likes of Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis and Ken Jeong have been ever-presents – along with Helms – in having appeared in all three films.
However, the likelihood of another film being added to the series has diminished after Helms ruled out the possibility of The Hangover Part 4.
Speaking to CinePop last week, Helms responded to a question about the possibility of another Hangover film by saying: “I’d say the chances of a fourth movie are between zero and zero.”
Watch the full interview with Helms below.
In other recent film news, political satire The Death of Stalin became the subject of a police investigation in Russia last week after one Moscow cinema defied a government ban by screening the film.
The Thick Of It creator Armando Iannucci’s 2017 movie, which starred the likes of Steve Buscemi, Michael Palin and Paddy Considine, told the story of the power struggle in the Soviet Union in the immediate aftermath of dictator Joseph Stalin’s death in 1953.