There is no word as to if or when there will be a fourth installment of the Hangover franchise, but Bradley Cooper is already on board in the event that it materializes.
“I would probably do Hangover 4 in an instant,” Cooper said during a recent interview with The New Yorker Radio Hour.
“Just because I love Todd, I love Zach, I love Ed so much, I probably would.”
Cooper is on board for another edition of the Hangover series, but there is more to the equation. The star actor suggests Zach Galifianakis and Ed Helms would be on board, but he’s not to sure if the film franchise’s lead director, Todd Phillips, would be on board for another film.
“I don’t think Todd is ever going to do that,” he added.
While fans push for another Hangover film, Cooper will turn his attention toward his latest feature film, Maestro. Set for a limited theatrical release in late November, the film examines the relationship between American composer Leonard Bernstein, played by Cooper, and his wife Felicia Montealegre. Thus far, the film has earned a generally positive 82% approval rating from critics on Rotten Tomatoes.
“Maestro emerges as a bombastic aria of a biopic befitting its central subject,” Manuel Betancourt of AV Club wrote.
“It would take a more stringent script than the one Cooper’s written with Josh Singer to fully drain the sequences detailing Felicia’s illness of clichés, but he’s a good enough director to draw out a few genuine, tender emotions anyway,” Adam Nayman of The Ringer added.