Enjoy All The Romance of 'The Hangover' Wedding At Madame Tussauds Las Vegas
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Bust out the baby Carlos, corral the wolf pack and head to Las Vegas where you can get “The Hangover” wedding ceremony you always dreamed of having.
Let’s have a quick moment of silence for those lackluster life dreams of yours.
The LA Times’ Mary Forgione reports Madame Tussauds Las Vegas, the quickest way to blow a bunch of cash this side of a roulette wheel, is offering lovebirds the chance to get married right next to wax figures from the hit movie “The Hangover,” a movie so popular it spawned a couple of more far inferior movies.
Here is what Forgione has to say: “In a first for the wax empire, Madame Tussauds Las Vegas has thrown open the doors on a look-alike chapel inspired by the 2009 hit film. It's inside the museum's ‘Hangover Experience,’ which debuted last July, and is open for weddings this weekend.”
Look, if you are going to blackout and make bad decisions anyway, you might as well do so in the air-conditioned comfort of a wax museum.
KTNV has more on this unforgettable moment based on a movie where the characters completely forget the events of one night:
Now $5,500 is a lot of money. However, you can either blow it at the sports book or put it to some good use, procuring a spouse for life.
Also, you get the following: Wax figures of Alan and Phil to serve as witnesses, played by Zach Galifianakis and Bradley Cooper in the movie respectively; a tour of a "bathroom set" replete with tiger and an Elvis impersonator as your minister.
While the Elvis impersonator may not have featured in the movie, this is Vegas and we aren’t about to quibble over such things.
Forgione also lists the following amenities: “the chapel, for up to 30 guests; a bouquet for the bride and boutonniere for the groom; a DJ; and shots of — what else? — Jagermeister for the couple. Souvenir photos and a little reception — two hours of a mini-buffet and a bartender serving wine and beer — also are included.”
Nothing says marital bliss quite like Jager bombs and a couple of "I dos."
Now we have to recommend, based on the exploits featured in the movie, that you refrain from locking your pal on the roof of the hotel in which you are staying.
Doing so usually means getting tasered by police, having to deal with an annoyed gangster and getting slugged by Mike Tyson.
And remember, what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, unless you take a bunch of pictures to remember the wedding.
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