Rejoice, Hangover fans!
The third installment of the hit movie franchise has finally begun. The Wolf Pack (aka, Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis and Ed Helms) and director Todd Phillips were photographed shooting just the other day in Pasadena, Calif.
And as you may have heard, Heather Graham is returning as Jade after not appearing in the second Hangover flick.
"They've been very weird," Graham says with a laugh. "I don't think they want me to tell anyone anything. First, they just gave me my scenes. It's like the CIA. It's not like we're going to send the script to millions of people. Why would we?"
One thing we do know is the movie does not involve a wedding this time. "It took them like a few weeks to send me the script and it's got my name on every page," she continued. "It's as if it's a top secret mission to save the world."
When we remind Graham that she once told us she'd like to see Jade get knocked up by Stu (Helms) so she could do a pregnant stripper dance, she laughed again, "Ha! That does sound funny, so yeah I'd still want to do that."
Graham's newest film is of a more serious nature. In About Cherry (out Sept. 21), she plays a porn star who now directs adult movies. A sex scene involving her and Californication's Diane Farr, who plays her lover, even left us blushing.
"Diane and I read the script and we were like, 'I wonder what [director and cowriter Stephen Elliott] wants from us,'" Graham said. "Basically, there was a scene he saw in an S&M porno and he was like, 'I want it like this scene in the porno.' So we watched the porno—it was called something like Open and Surrender—and we said, 'OK, we know what you want.'"
Efron plays a racecar driver. "We did a scene at a racetrack and they got all these people to be extras in the stands because I think they were all doing it for free because they're so in love with Zac," Graham remembered. "At the end of the night everyone is screaming and Zac took like one to two hours taking photos and signing autographs with every single person!"
There was no Efron-like hysteria—but for good reason. "We were on a set so we were in a protected area," Graham said. "I'm sure he gets crazed fans, too."
He certainly does.