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4-Year-Olds Reenact 'The Hangover,' Baby Carlos Loves 'Zachy' Best
Meet the Pup Pack, three adorable kids who have just gone on an unfortunate juice and candy binge.
NextMovie's video reenactment of The Hangover features four-year-olds instead of Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis and Ed Helms. Instead of a snarling tiger in the bathroom, there's a fluffy white dog running in slo-mo. One kid bemoans, "I ate too much candy," and the rest is incomprehensible toddler babble. Which actually sounds more like grown men with hangovers than you might think.
And can you believe baby Carlos is six years old now? In a rare move of casting loyalty, Grant Holmquist has portrayed the baby in all three Hangover films, including The Hangover III, which opens this Friday. People has his on-the-set perspective, including that his favorite cast member is "Zachy," as the boy dubbed Zach Galifianakis.
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