David O and David Zucker will helm the next installment of The Hangover, the high-octane film adaptation of the best-selling novel by Michael Chabon.
A limited release on Oct. 27 will be the first of the franchise to feature O’Malley, who previously helmed the Oscar-nominated movie adaptation of The Brothers Karamazov.
Russell, whose film credits include The Social Network and Gone Girl, is best known for his work on “The Last Witches Hunter,” starring Jennifer Garner.
“We’ve known David for a long time,” Zucker said in a statement.
“I’ve seen a lot of his work and know how he sees the world.
We’re really excited to work with him on the next chapter of the story of the most popular and beloved character in America, the Hangover.”
The new film will star Matthew McConaughey, Jessica Chastain, Benicio Del Toro, Jason Bateman, and Mark Wahlberg.
The series is set to premiere on HBO on Nov. 10.
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Zucker’s previous films include The Hangovers, The Last Witch Hunters, and The Brothers’ KaramazOV.
The film is set in 2019.