The Men Of 'The Hangover Part II' Discuss Their Full Frontal Nudity Aspirations
The wolf pack is back – and ready to bare it all in the name of comedy!
Ken Jeong, who plays hilarious gangster Mr. Chow in “The Hangover” and its highly anticipated upcoming sequel – and reveals his, ahem, dirty bits onscreen in both films – says he spent a bit of time in hair and makeup for his full frontal nude scene, but also takes credit for a portion of his indecent exposure.
“Well there was a little bit of both — there was a little bit of movie magic also a little bit of my own magic,” Ken told Access Hollywood guest correspondent Jayde Donovan at “The Hangover Part II” premiere in Los Angeles on Thursday night, when asked if his man parts had been digitally altered. “So, you know, [that] is part of what makes a great movie and a great story.”
“Well it looks like very little of your own magic if that was real,” Jayde said with a laugh.
“Yeah — I’ll let the viewers decide,” Ken added. “It’s really up to them.”
Ed Helms revealed he’s a bit disappointed he didn’t get to show off his own prized package for the film’s female audience, but hinted he may try for his own nude scene if the “Hangover” franchise becomes a trilogy.
“I know that the ladies of America are probably disappointed that they don’t see me full frontal, but, you know, maybe in due time,” Ed said, jokingly.
Justin Bartha admitted he “likes” filming nude scenes, but joked that his gloriously explicit moments are usually left on the cutting room floor.
“I’ve actually done that in a couple of movies and they always get cut. The scene always gets cut. Always,” Justin said, before adding that if a third “Hangover” film were made, he’d like to shoot comedy entire in the buff.
“I would be naked the entire time,” he said. “I want to be naked the entire time.”
Catch Ken, Ed and Justin, along with Bradley Cooper, Zack Galifianakis and Mike Tyson when “The Hangover Part II” hits theaters on Thursday.
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