Chung: Bromance didn't bother me
Published 25/03/2011 | 11:47
Jamie Chung wasn't jealous of the camaraderie between her male co-stars in The Hangover sequel - because she'd had plenty of fun with the female cast of Sucker Punch.
Soon after filming wrapped on Zach Snyder's girl power action movie the actress joined Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifinakis and Ed Helms for the Hangover follow-up - which takes the pals to Bangkok for more wild antics.
"It was really fun to sit back and watch the magic happen between the guys. I wasn't too jealous because I've had my girls and we had that same experience," Jamie revealed.
The actress, who stars alongside Abbie Cornish and Vanessa Hudgens on Sucker Punch, added: "First of all it was like working with a bunch of amazing girls and we were our own gang, then going onto a group of guys, all men, and it's their gang.
"It was different but they were very warm and welcoming and funny. It was just a different kind of movie, completely different. If I had to choose I'd rather be with my girls!"
Bradley has previously said The Hangover: Part II, which is set for release on May 27, is an "outrageous" romp.
He added: "There's a drug-dealing monkey, it's so insane, but we played it real and I think that's why the first one was so palatable because I want to be part of the woolpack as a viewer, because I believed it."