Despite being critically panned and receiving less money at the box office in its opening weekend than anticipated, the Hangover Part III will be receiving seven more sequels. Warner Bros. Pictures announced today that they will release yearly editions of the Hangover, starting with The Hangover Part IV next year and ending with The Hangover Part X in 2020. Todd Phillips, director of the Hangover Part III, was excited to share the news. “We have some really great ideas that I just can’t wait for the public to see. The series is going to go into a fresh new direction that is just ripe for hilarity.” Phillips then described his plan for The Hangover Part IV, saying it will feature the main characters waking up in 1700s Revolutionary America and will detail their “zany adventure in trying to get back to the present day.” Unfortunately, Zach Galifianakis has not be signed on for the movie(s) but Phillips says they have a plan in case they can’t get the popular actor. “With today’s technology, we plan on just using a CGI version of the character of Alan. My cousin can do a really good Galifianakis impression, so we can just use him for the voice then.”
This news comes hot off the heels of Warner Bros’ earlier announcement that they plan on making a movie based on the Doritos Locos taco from Taco Bell.