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article imageBradley Cooper won't hesitate to star in 'The Hangover: Part III'

By Christopher Bates     Aug 6, 2011 in Entertainment
In an interview with British newspaper The Sun, Bradley Cooper has expressed that should it go ahead, he wouldn't hesitate to star in the third installment of The Hangover.
Cooper - who plays teacher Phil Wenneck in the first two movies - would do it all again in a "heartbeat".
He said: "I hope there is going to be a Hangover 3. I'll do whatever director Todd (Phillips) wants to do, he's the best, he's the greatest.
"And I love those two guys (Zach Galifianakis and Ed Helms) and I love my character Phil so I would do it in a heartbeat.
"That was the hardest shoot I've ever done but I just love it. There's got to be a trilogy, you've got to close it up."
The 36-year-old won't be hoping for any underwater scenes though, adding: "I have a hole in my ear drum I can't scuba dive ever. It's such a bummer."
As of today, The Hangover Part II has grossed a worldwide total of just under $588 million.
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