Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis have a new movie coming out today. And THIS is why you couldn't care less: Here are the Top Reasons You Won't Be Seeing "The Hangover Part 3".
-You're Sinbad. And you can't afford admission.
-If you want to watch something tragically unfunny in Las Vegas you'll see Carrot Top.
-It looks like a gimmicky, pointless sequel. Besides, you're already in line for "Fast & Furious 6".
-Zach Galifianakis' beard painfully reminds you of your days as a hobo.
-You have trouble believing three guys can get in that much trouble in Las Vegas, Thailand and Tijuana without contracting AIDS.
-You can't watch Bradley Cooper in anything without groping yourself. Just me?
-You'll be too busy remembering . . . um . . . ah . . . you know, whatever it is we're supposed to remember on Memorial Day.
-You're depressed because you just looked in the mirror and realized how much you look like Zach Galifianakis.
-You heard it takes a ridiculous FOUR WHOLE MINUTES for Bradley Cooper to rip off his shirt.
-You're still waiting for Bradley Cooper to refund the 12 bucks you spent on a ticket to "The A-Team".
-The same reason you didn't see "The Hangover, Part 2": it's a sequel to "The Hangover, Part 1".
-You're not an idiot. Kidding! You're totally seeing it!
-You're mad at Zach Galifianakis for dating your homeless girlfriend.
-You heard Melissa McCarthy gets WAY out of her comfort zone in the film, by playing a wisecracking, foul-mouthed chubby chick.
-You critiqued President Obama and now you're busy fighting off the IRS.
-You're waiting for it to be reviewed by Roger Ebert.
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Model Vicky Antonia, 31, has splashed over £5,000 on high-fashion trainers alone — even though he doesn’t care what he wears.
She has also paid £10,000 on designer jeans and T-shirts plus £5,000 on accessories — including a £100 Christian Dior baby bottle. Vicky, from Epping, Essex, reckons she spends so much because Zak nearly died of meningitis as a baby.
She added: “I could easily spend £1,000 a week. Me and Zak’s father have split up now and I’m more careful as it is my own money. I just want him to look his best. What is wrong with making your son look good?”