Man Sues “The Hangover II” Creator For Allegedly Stealing the Ideas From His Real Life Experiences

Well this man must have one helluva life! Michael Alan Rubin is suing the film’s producers for copyright infringement, saying that they got the idea for “The Hangover, Part II,” from the screenplay he wrote based on real life experiences. Want to know more? Me too! Hit the jump for the rest of the story. Marisa Mendez

Ed Helms’ Tyson Face Tattoo in “Hangover 2” Will Be Replaced in DVD Version

The execs behind this summer’s blockbuster “The Hangover: 2” were facing heat prior to the movie’s release, with a lawsuit on the table from the creator of Mike Tyson’s infamous face tattoo. In the movie, Ed Helms’ character wakes up with the same tattoo on his face (after a wild night), and the original tattoo artist that did Mike’s tat was none-too-pleased that he’d never given consent for the usage of the copywritten art. He’d tried to stop the release of the movie all together and was unsuccessful, but Warner Bros. is still willing to work with him and plan to digitally alter the face tattoo on the DVD version of the movie. @MarisaMendez

Hangover 3 in the Works?!

After having a $200 MILLION opening weekend…becoming the fastest grossing opener for a comedy …Warner Bros. is more than open to the idea of a Hangover 3!! Personally I wasn’t in LOVE with the second one but it didn’t totally disappoint. The person I was with made us leave early though so I can’t fully give an accurate opinion, having not seen the whole thing. Grr. Anyway, I’m definitely excited about a third installment! Are you?! Read on for details!! @MarisaMendez

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