Bradley Cooper: He would be ready for “Hangover 4” “immediately”.

It has now been over ten years since "Hangover 3", the last part of the popular comedy series, was released in cinemas.

Bradley Cooper: He would be ready for “Hangover 4” “immediately”.

It has now been over ten years since "Hangover 3", the last part of the popular comedy series, was released in cinemas. Many of those involved in front of and behind the scenes have since turned to other projects.

In addition to his Marvel appearances as the raccoon Rocket Raccoon, leading actor Bradley Cooper (48) has taken on increasingly serious roles in recent years, and has appeared in films such as Guillermo del Toro's (59) "Nightmare Alley" (2021) and his own directing work. A Star Is Born" from 2018 or "Maestro" about the famous conductor and composer Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990), which will be released in cinemas at the beginning of December.

Despite all of this, Cooper can also imagine a return to the hilarious world of “The Hangover”. As a guest on The New Yorker Radio Hour podcast on Friday, November 24th, the 48-year-old revealed: "I would probably do 'Hangover 4' in a heartbeat, just because I love Todd, Zach and Ed so much." By those addressed, Cooper of course means his “Hangover 1-3” co-stars Zach Galifianakis (54) and Ed Helms (49) as well as director Todd Phillips (52).

According to Cooper, the latter could also represent the biggest hurdle for a continuation of the film series. Because regarding the director of the "Hangover" trilogy, the mime added during his podcast appearance: "I don't think Todd will ever do that." The background to Cooper's statement may be that filmmaker Phillips achieved great success in 2019 with the two Oscar-winning DC film adaptation "Joker" - with Joaquin Phoenix (49) in the lead role.

For the director, who once began his great Hollywood career with classic comedies such as “Old School” (2003) or “Starsky

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