The Hangover took home the Critics' Choice Award for Best Comedy, which brought the cast back into the press room tonight — check out all the winners here. Director Todd Phillips said that a sequel to the hit movie is in the writing stage at the moment, but he is hoping to get it out by Memorial Day 2011 — although he denied the rumor that Zac Efron has a role in it. The whole crew had a great sense of humor — here's a few highlights:
- Phillips on Zac Efron being in The Hangover 2: "No. No. You know reporters tend to treat IMDB like it's the Wall Street Journal. You know you do realize that it's written by some 15-year-old fat kid in Tampa that updates it, right? It's really not the paper of record."
- On what part of the movie fans ask about: Bradley — "They ask us about the tiger and Tyson." Ed — "They ask me what it was like to kiss Heather Graham. [It was] moist." Heather — "A lot of my girlfriends want to be introduced to Bradley. [Ed acts hurt] . . . a lot of girlfriends want to be introduced to Ed too."
- Ed on being considered an "alternative heartthrob": "I'm going to try and not be insulted by 'alternative heatthrob.' An alternative hearththrob feels alternatively good and humiliated. . . It's exciting. It's a revelation, thank you."
Things got a little more somber when they were asked about the situation in Haiti, which Ken Jeong commented on before joking that he wanted to talk about his "tiny penis."