Is The Hangover real?

Is The Hangover real?

The plot of The Hangover was inspired by a real event that happened to Tripp Vinson, a producer and friend of executive producer Chris Bender. The story was about three friends who lose the groom at his Las Vegas bachelor party and then must retrace their steps to figure out what happened.

What song is at the end of The Hangover?

So I was all but giddy when Ed Helms took to the piano for “Stu’s Song (What Do Tigers Dream Of?)” in this weekend’s mega-successful The Hangover to croon about…the tiger they kidnapped from Mike Tyson and were about to drug in order to return it.

What happens at the end of the hangover?

Spoilers are ahead — but if you’ve already seen the smash film, read on for never-before-revealed details about profane baby acts, Heather Graham’s deleted scene and that shocking photo at the end of the film. In the finished movie, Ed Helms’ Stu confronts his girlfriend, Melissa, at Doug’s wedding.

Where does the rooftop scene take place in the hangover?

Several of the film’s key scenes take place on the roof of Caesars Palace. But can real people get up there that easily? “They let us up on the roof to shoot. To get up on the roof of Caesars is virtually impossible,” Phillips said.

Who was in elevator with Zach Galifianakis in Hangover?

During the film’s end credits, photos are shown depicting the boys’ wild weekend. Eagle-eyed observers might notice one that graphically depicts Zach Galifianakis getting a sexual favor in an elevator from an older lady. Ed Helms even revealed the identity of Zach’s co-star in the pic: “That’s a cameo by Susan Boyle,” the “Office” star joked.

Is the movie The Hangover about a bachelor party?

It’s “The Hangover,” a film about three friends who wake up to discover that they’ve forgotten all about their wild bachelor party the night before. Now, MTV wants to refresh your memory with five “Hangover” secrets straight from the film’s stars.