Speculation has begun on the location for the third installment of the “Hangover” franchise, and rumors are surfacing that it could take place in Dublin. The wolf pack could live their third and final wild night in the streets of Ireland’s capital, following their outlandish Las Vegas and Bangkok experiences.

The star of the movie Bradley Cooper, said that although he did not want people to “get ahead of themselves” regarding a sequel, he admitted that he would “definitely” consider Dublin as their next destination.

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"We're just going to wait and see what happens with the second one,” he said. “Hopefully people will like it, but right now we're just focused on getting the second one out there."

Although critics were not at all impressed, “The Hangover Part II” broke records for a comedy film’s debut in the United States by taking in $103.4m (€71.5m) over the four-day Memorial Day holiday weekend, and an impressive $2.1 (€1.5m) in Ireland.

Warner Bros is remaining tight-lipped about the possible third movie, but one executive was quoted as saying that a "third movie is all but a given."

"I think if there is going to be a third one, it will be the final one," co-screenwriter Craig Mazin said. "We've got a couple of ideas we're kicking around."

One of those ideas might have Dublin as the city of choice, which would surely please the cast members. If the movie executives choose Ireland’s capital as the next location, the Irish community is in for the queen of all “Hangovers.”
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