The Hangover Part II

The Hangover Part II poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $254,464,305Details
International Box Office $332,000,000
Worldwide Box Office $586,464,305
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $45,014,961 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $30,092,258 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $75,107,219
Further financial details...

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Synopsis

Phil, Stu, Alan and Doug travel to exotic Thailand for Stu's wedding. With the memory of Doug's nearly disastrous bachelor party in Las Vegas still fresh - or at least well-documented - Stu is taking no chances. He has opted for a safe, subdued, pre-wedding trip brunch, with pancakes, coffee... and no alcohol. However, things don't always go as planned. Two nights before the big day, at a fabulous resort in Thailand, Stu relents. One beer each. In sealed bottles. What could go wrong? What happens in Vegas may stay in Vegas, but what happens in Bangkok can't even be imagined.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
34% - Rotten
Audience
53% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$80,000,000
Theatrical Release: May 26th, 2011 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: December 6th, 2011 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: R for pervasive language, strong sexual content including graphic nudity, drug use and brief violent images.
(Rating bulletin 2169, 4/27/2011)
Franchise: Hangover
Keywords: Day After, Surprise Twist, Gratuitous Cameos, Organized Crime, Wedding Day, Black Out Drunk, Narcotics, Faulty Memory, Bachelor Party, Animal Lead, Waking Up in an Unknown Location
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction

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Cast

Bradley Cooper    Phil
Ed Helms    Stu
Zach Galifianakis    Alan
Justin Bartha    Doug
Ken Jeong    Mr. Chow
Paul Giamatti    Kingsley
Mike Tyson    Himself
Jeffrey Tambor    Sid Garner
Mason Lee    Teddy
Jamie Chung    Lauren
Sasha Barrese    Tracy
Gillian Vigman    Stephanie
Aroon Seeboonruang    Monk
Nirut Sirichanya    Fohn
Yasmin Lee    Kimmy
Nick Cassavetes    Tattoo Joe
Sondra Currie    Linda Garner
Schnitrnunt Busarakamwong    Grand Wizard
Bryan Callen    Samir
Brody Stevens    Kingsley Guy
Nimit Lugsamepong    Desk Officer
Michael Berry Jr.    Vladi
Andrew Howard    Nikolai
Danai Thiengdham    Cell Block Officer
Thana Spisuke    Fighting Monk
Pairot Noiply    Shouting Man
Penpak Sirikul    Joi
Sanita Jai-ua    Hostess #1
Chanicha Shindejanichakul    Hostess #2
Vithaya Panspringarm    Minister
Kim Lee    Dancer
Tanner Maguire    Phil - 12 Years Old
William A. Johnson    Stu - 12 Years Old
Aedin Mincks    Alan - 12 Years Old
Dylan Boyack    Doug - 12 Years Old
William Jiang    Chow - 12 Years Old
Lynne Kidder    Woman in Restaurant
Fred North    Helicoper Pilot

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Todd Phillips
Screenwriter    Craig Mazin
Screenwriter    Scot Armstrong
Screenwriter    Todd Phillips
Producer    Todd Phillips
Producer    Dan Goldberg
Executive Producer    Thomas Tull
Executive Producer    Scott Budnick
Executive Producer    Chris Bender
Executive Producer    J.C. Spink
Character Creator    John Lucas
Character Creator    Scott Moore
Cinematographer    Lawrence Sher
Production Designer    Bill Brzeski
Editor    Debra Neil-Fisher
Editor    Mike Sale
Co-Producer    David A. Siegel
Co-Producer    Jeffrey Wetzel
Composer    Christophe Beck
Music Supervisor    Randall Poster
Music Supervisor    George Drakoulias
Costume Designer    Louise Mingenbach
Art Director    Desma Murphy
Art Director    Philip Toolin
Set Decorator    Danielle Berman
Sound Mixer    Petur Hiddal
Sound Designer    Jason W. Jennings
Re-recording Mixer    Ron Bartlett
Re-recording Mixer    Gregg Landaker
Visual Effects Supervisor    Robert Stadd
Stunt Coordinator    Russell Solberg
Assistant Director    Jeffrey J.P. Wetzel
Casting    Justine Baddeley
Casting    Kim Davis-Wagner

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/05/26 1 $31,610,367   3,615 $8,744   $31,610,367 1
2011/05/27 1 $29,982,180 -5% 3,615 $8,294   $61,592,547 2
2011/05/28 1 $29,690,008 -1% 3,615 $8,213   $91,282,555 3
2011/05/29 1 $26,274,106 -12% 3,615 $7,268   $117,556,661 4
2011/05/30 1 $17,480,581 -33% 3,615 $4,836   $135,037,242 5
2011/05/31 1 $7,585,079 -57% 3,615 $2,098   $142,622,321 6
2011/06/01 1 $6,293,188 -17% 3,615 $1,741   $148,915,509 7
2011/06/02 1 $5,511,451 -12% 3,615 $1,525   $154,426,960 8
2011/06/03 2 $10,617,448 +93% 3,615 $2,937   $165,044,408 9
2011/06/04 2 $12,825,623 +21% 3,615 $3,548   $177,870,031 10
2011/06/05 2 $7,938,163 -38% 3,615 $2,196   $185,808,194 11
2011/06/06 2 $3,247,199 -59% 3,615 $898   $189,055,393 12
2011/06/07 2 $3,259,072 n/c 3,615 $902   $192,314,465 13
2011/06/08 2 $2,904,243 -11% 3,615 $803   $195,218,708 14
2011/06/09 2 $2,841,424 -2% 3,615 $786   $198,060,132 15
2011/06/10 3 $5,699,405 +101% 3,675 $1,551   $203,759,537 16
2011/06/11 3 $7,583,278 +33% 3,675 $2,063   $211,342,815 17
2011/06/12 4 $4,384,646 -42% 3,675 $1,193   $215,727,461 18
2011/06/13 3 $1,884,398 -57% 3,675 $513   $217,611,859 19
2011/06/14 4 $2,073,465 +10% 3,675 $564   $219,685,324 20
2011/06/15 4 $1,631,707 -21% 3,675 $444   $221,317,031 21
2011/06/16 4 $1,722,247 +6% 3,675 $469   $223,039,278 22
2011/06/17 5 $3,244,973 +88% 3,460 $938   $226,284,251 23
2011/06/18 5 $4,047,494 +25% 3,460 $1,170   $230,331,745 24
2011/06/19 6 $2,778,872 -31% 3,460 $803   $233,110,617 25
2011/06/20 5 $1,233,476 -56% 3,460 $356   $234,344,093 26
2011/06/21 6 $1,285,467 +4% 3,460 $372   $235,629,560 27
2011/06/22 7 $1,221,107 -5% 3,460 $353   $236,850,667 28
2011/06/23 7 $1,227,014 n/c 3,460 $355   $238,077,681 29
2011/06/24 7 $1,816,576 +48% 2,755 $659   $239,894,257 30
2011/06/25 7 $2,317,732 +28% 2,755 $841   $242,211,989 31
2011/06/26 7 $1,439,871 -38% 2,755 $523   $243,651,860 32
2011/06/27 8 $643,488 -55% 2,755 $234   $244,295,348 33
2011/06/28 10 $653,298 +2% 2,755 $237   $244,948,646 34
2011/06/29 12 $429,042 -34% 2,025 $212   $245,377,688 35
2011/06/30 11 $474,194 +11% 2,025 $234   $245,851,882 36
2011/07/01 11 $697,520 +47% 1,568 $445   $246,549,402 37
2011/07/02 11 $866,186 +24% 1,568 $552   $247,415,588 38
2011/07/03 11 $828,027 -4% 1,568 $528   $248,243,615 39
2011/07/04 14 $407,657 -51% 1,568 $260   $248,651,272 40
2011/07/05 12 $336,385 -17% 1,568 $215   $248,987,657 41
2011/07/06 13 $317,049 -6% 1,568 $202   $249,304,706 42
2011/07/07 13 $314,477 -1% 1,568 $201   $249,619,183 43
2011/07/08 - $393,991 +25% 835 $472   $250,013,174 44
2011/07/09 - $493,046 +25% 835 $590   $250,506,220 45
2011/07/10 - $311,027 -37% 835 $372   $250,817,247 46
2011/07/11 15 $144,154 -54% 835 $173   $250,961,401 47
2011/07/12 16 $157,355 +9% 835 $188   $251,118,756 48
2011/07/13 16 $137,104 -13% 835 $164   $251,255,860 49
2011/07/14 16 $121,290 -12% 835 $145   $251,377,150 50
2011/07/15 - $161,782 +33% 455 $356   $251,538,932 51
2011/07/16 - $217,944 +35% 455 $479   $251,756,876 52
2011/07/17 - $125,077 -43% 455 $275   $251,881,953 53
2011/07/18 - $67,542 -46% 455 $148   $251,949,495 54
2011/07/19 - $75,647 +12% 455 $166   $252,025,142 55
2011/07/20 - $65,813 -13% 455 $145   $252,090,955 56
2011/07/21 - $69,762 +6% 455 $153   $252,160,717 57
2011/07/22 - $96,706 +39% 455 $213   $252,257,423 58
2011/07/23 - $126,192 +30% 455 $277   $252,383,615 59
2011/07/24 - $75,694 -40% 455 $166   $252,459,309 60
2011/07/25 - $41,632 -45% 455 $91   $252,500,941 61
2011/07/26 - $45,378 +9% 455 $100   $252,546,319 62
2011/07/27 - $39,933 -12% 455 $88   $252,586,252 63
2011/07/28 - $41,765 +5% 455 $92   $252,628,017 64
2011/07/29 - $116,260 +178% 346 $336   $252,744,277 65
2011/07/30 - $156,621 +35% 346 $453   $252,900,898 66
2011/07/31 - $126,145 -19% 346 $365   $253,027,043 67
2011/08/01 - $68,499 -46% 346 $198   $253,095,542 68
2011/08/02 - $72,103 +5% 346 $208   $253,167,645 69
2011/08/03 - $67,055 -7% 346 $194   $253,234,700 70
2011/08/04 - $61,304 -9% 346 $177   $253,296,004 71
2011/08/05 - $91,182 +49% 303 $301   $253,387,186 72
2011/08/06 - $116,137 +27% 303 $383   $253,503,323 73
2011/08/07 - $85,840 -26% 303 $283   $253,589,163 74
2011/08/08 - $43,779 -49% 303 $144   $253,632,942 75
2011/08/09 - $47,256 +8% 303 $156   $253,680,198 76
2011/08/10 - $41,586 -12% 303 $137   $253,721,784 77
2011/08/11 - $37,844 -9% 303 $125   $253,759,628 78
2011/08/12 - $53,946 +43% 232 $233   $253,813,574 79
2011/08/13 - $73,195 +36% 232 $315   $253,886,769 80
2011/08/14 - $54,523 -26% 232 $235   $253,941,292 81
2011/08/15 - $26,262 -52% 232 $113   $253,967,554 82
2011/08/16 - $27,500 +5% 232 $119   $253,995,054 83
2011/08/17 - $24,275 -12% 232 $105   $254,019,329 84
2011/08/18 - $23,647 -3% 232 $102   $254,042,976 85
2011/08/19 - $39,341 +66% 193 $204   $254,082,317 86
2011/08/20 - $55,912 +42% 193 $290   $254,138,229 87
2011/08/21 - $36,277 -35% 193 $188   $254,174,506 88
2011/08/22 - $15,788 -56% 193 $82   $254,190,294 89
2011/08/23 - $16,219 +3% 193 $84   $254,206,513 90
2011/08/24 - $15,571 -4% 193 $81   $254,222,084 91
2011/08/25 - $14,326 -8% 193 $74   $254,236,410 92
2011/08/26 - $19,973 +39% 128 $156   $254,256,383 93
2011/08/27 - $28,659 +43% 128 $224   $254,285,042 94
2011/08/28 - $17,014 -41% 128 $133   $254,302,056 95
2011/08/29 - $7,657 -55% 128 $60   $254,309,713 96
2011/08/30 - $8,401 +10% 128 $66   $254,318,114 97
2011/08/31 - $7,481 -11% 128 $58   $254,325,595 98
2011/09/01 - $7,507 n/c 128 $59   $254,333,102 99
2011/09/02 - $14,964 +99% 90 $166   $254,348,066 100
2011/09/03 - $27,053 +81% 90 $301   $254,375,119 101
2011/09/04 - $29,753 +10% 90 $331   $254,404,872 102
2011/09/05 57 $11,564 -61% 90 $128   $254,416,436 103
2011/09/06 - $4,126 -64% 90 $46   $254,420,562 104
2011/09/07 - $3,590 -13% 90 $40   $254,424,152 105
2011/09/08 - $3,454 -4% 90 $38   $254,427,606 106
2011/09/09 - $9,211 +167% 60 $154   $254,436,817 107
2011/09/10 - $14,095 +53% 60 $235   $254,450,912 108
2011/09/11 - $5,074 -64% 60 $85   $254,455,986 109
2011/09/12 - $1,943 -62% 60 $32   $254,457,929 110
2011/09/13 - $2,274 +17% 60 $38   $254,460,203 111
2011/09/14 - $2,001 -12% 60 $33   $254,462,204 112
2011/09/15 - $2,101 +5% 60 $35   $254,464,305 113

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/05/27 1 $85,946,294   3,615 $23,775   $117,556,661 4
2011/06/03 2 $31,381,234 -63% 3,615 $8,681   $185,808,194 11
2011/06/10 3 $17,667,329 -44% 3,675 $4,807   $215,727,461 18
2011/06/17 5 $10,071,339 -43% 3,460 $2,911   $233,110,617 25
2011/06/24 7 $5,574,179 -45% 2,755 $2,023   $243,651,860 32
2011/07/01 12 $2,391,733 -57% 1,568 $1,525   $248,243,615 39
2011/07/08 14 $1,198,064 -50% 835 $1,435   $250,817,247 46
2011/07/15 18 $504,803 -58% 455 $1,109   $251,881,953 53
2011/07/22 25 $298,592 -41% 275 $1,086   $252,459,309 60
2011/07/29 17 $399,026 +34% 346 $1,153   $253,027,043 67
2011/08/05 22 $293,159 -27% 303 $968   $253,589,163 74
2011/08/12 31 $181,664 -38% 232 $783   $253,941,292 81
2011/08/19 37 $131,530 -28% 193 $682   $254,174,506 88
2011/08/26 43 $65,646 -50% 128 $513   $254,302,056 95
2011/09/02 50 $71,770 +9% 90 $797   $254,404,872 102
2011/09/09 60 $28,380 -60% 60 $473   $254,455,986 109

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/11/201121,169,500 1,169,500$17,530,805$17,530,8051
12/18/20114663,168-43% 1,832,668$9,914,362$27,445,1672
12/25/20111731,244+10% 2,563,912$7,305,128$34,750,2943
1/1/20121285,775-61% 2,849,687$2,843,461$37,593,7554
1/8/20122196,358-31% 3,046,045$1,947,871$39,541,6275
1/15/20125115,659-41% 3,161,704$1,128,832$40,670,4596
1/22/20121443,438-62% 3,205,142$547,753$41,218,2127
1/29/20121435,841-17% 3,240,983$434,393$41,652,6058
2/5/20122127,366-24% 3,268,349$321,003$41,973,6089
2/12/20122226,686-2% 3,295,035$288,476$42,262,08410
2/19/20121270,590+165% 3,365,625$592,250$42,854,33411
2/26/20122419,786-72% 3,385,411$160,267$43,014,60012
3/4/20122917,302-13% 3,402,713$139,973$43,154,57313
3/18/20123015,469 3,431,770$111,686$43,374,28415
4/15/20123014,078 3,467,952$120,930$43,666,71119

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/11/20111674,227 674,227$13,767,715$13,767,7151
12/18/20113269,376-60% 943,603$6,335,715$20,103,4302
12/25/20114303,503+13% 1,247,105$5,280,946$25,384,3763
1/1/2012650,276-83% 1,297,382$1,069,367$26,453,7434
1/8/2012277,275+54% 1,374,657$1,237,948$27,691,6915
1/15/2012538,341-50% 1,412,998$554,021$28,245,7126
1/22/20121615,898-59% 1,428,896$227,188$28,472,9007
4/15/2012209,160 1,494,425$114,224$29,324,12919

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