It's been a decade since Bradley Cooper , Zach Galifianakis and Ed Helms had the wildest night of their careers in "The Hangover," one filled with stun guns, Mike Tyson's tiger and a baby named Carlos. The baby -- son of Heather Graham's character and whose real name in the film was actually Tyler -- stole the spotlight from his adult costars and was quickly worked into Alan costumes for years to come. Little Carlos was played by eight different babies in the first movie, which came out 10 years ago this week. Twins Grant Holmquist and his sister Avery were used for a bulk of the filming, however, with Grant edging out his sister when it came to screen time. The young actor also reprised his role in the second sequel, "The Hangover Part III," which ended the franchise in TooFab caught up with the twins' mother, Carrie Holmquist, via e-mail ahead of the movie's anniversary, where she revealed what it was like having her kids appear in such a raunchy series and what the now year-olds are into now. That scene included shots of the baby simulating masturbation -- "Not at the table, Carlos! I looked at my husband, and we agreed it would've been nice to be asked about it prior to the scene being shot, but what was done, was done. Carrie said they then told director Todd Phillips they "would appreciate being informed" of any "further questionable content that involved the baby" and he graciously agreed. Recalling the kids' interactions with the main actors, Carrie said they all "seemed really excited to see us and loved being with the babies.
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I was genuinely surprised and impressed by The Hangover. I loved the film's anarchic and absurdist spirit, the way the story kept surprising you, the offbeat humor of Zach Galifianakis, and the idea of shooting a Las Vegas movie in the glaring desert sunlight. That sort of freshness and fun seems like a long time ago, after The Hangover 2 was slammed for unapologetically recycling nearly every aspect of the first film except for the location.
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He was portrayed by Jeffrey Tambor. He is a supporting character in the original film, and a minor character in the subsequent films, appearing briefly in each one. Sid was a well-liked and respected person. Unlike your average father-in-law, Sid was understanding, laid back, and hip. Sid spoiled his son by letting him stay home and pay Alan's rent up to where Alan stayed unemployed even at age 42 out of laziness. The nickname Sid gives to Alan is "Sweetie". Sid lends his prized Mercedes convertible to Doug for the Las Vegas trip and he told Doug to only let him drive it because he doesn't like Phil and he knows that there is something wrong with Alan, however it is later revealed that the car was his wedding gift to Doug and Tracy.