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The Hangover Part II Trailer

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You'd assume that after the events of the first film, the guys would stay away from all alcoholic beverages when it came to bachelor parties.

And, to be fair, this new trailer for The Hangover Part II suggests it all sort of happened by accident. All Stu (Ed Helms) wanted was a "bachelor brunch" before his wedding, but again they find themselves losing a night to booze and waking up in the midst of a catastrophe.

This time the missing teeth have been replaced by a face tattoo, the baby with a monkey and there's no sign of Mike Tyson just yet.

You can expect plenty more Hangover coverage when we get closer to the film's release on May 26th.

(Image: All Star)

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