By Robin Leach
In the next few days, if you witness a parachutist land atop a car in downtown, which then smashes into a fire hydrant sending up cascading fountains over Fremont Street, don’t panic; the stunt is controlled so that nobody gets wet and wild.
It’s one of the closing sequences set this week for “The Hangover Part III” cast and crew as filming wraps its final five days here. Inside word is that “Hangover III” will be the best of the trilogy — the funniest and also the most expensive.
That’s partly due to the number of stunts engineered and shot in the past four weeks here.