Chances are, if you're reading this, you like movie news sites. That being the case, you probably already know the "surprise" cameo in The Hangover 2 . Thus, the entire function of HAVING a SURPRISE cameo in The Hangover 2 is now worthless. I get reporting it, I really do. I would have run it if I had found it first. But I would have done so with this headline "Want to know who is cameoing in The Hangover 2 " or "Spoiler Alert, Dummies." I mean, seriously, you don't put a headline that reads "BLANK is the surprise cameo in The Hangover 2 ." Do you tell knock knock jokes like this: "Orange you glad I didn't say banana, knock knock." It's a shitty way to do things, and this is from a nonspoilerphobe. It works like this: I don't care if spoilers are out there. I don't care if people want to look at them. Sometimes I do, sometimes I don't. It depends on what it is. But what I am a big fan of is a choice, one that was taken away from my by a damn twitter feed. Okay, so you are at risk of denying yourself the joy of something like this (this is a movie that came out a year ago, so if you haven't seen Zombieland yet, it's on you).
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I think the cameo that's been described COULD be epic. But if you want to be fooled, it's going to take some doing. If I'm the guys making that movie, I instantly whip up another secret cameo that's even more insane. But that's just me. Anyway, thanks internet for ruining something else.