Parents, lock your doors -- The Wolfpack is coming to Los Angeles.
Bradley Cooper sat down for the Graham Norton Show and made a prediction about "Hangover III", the final film of the trilogy: "I think it will take place in Los Angeles and maybe not adhere to the structure. It might be different."
So far, Hangover I & II has grossed $581 million, and switching up the disaster comedy's formula sounds a bit risky. But we've got faith in the franchise, and so does Cooper. "I know Todd Phillips is working on the script," he told Norton, "I hope we're going start shooting in September ."
We can't help but imagine where we might spot Phil, Stu, and Alan wreaking havoc in the city. Maybe they hold a drug-induced seance at the Chateau Marmont to contact John Belushi for help. Or how about a glimpse of Stu, riding a fake wooly mammoth at the La Brea Tarpits? Maybe it will even be Alan's wedding -- and we will see which lucky lady wins his confused, but awesome heart. For Mr. Chow's customary full-frontal nudity scene, we hope he pops out of a food truck.
So until this time next year, we'll leave you with some of Alan's sing-song wisdom: "We're the three best friends that anybody could have. We're the three best friends that anyone could have. We're the three best friends that anyone could have. And we'll never ever ever ever ever leave each other."