Sunglasses from the Hit Comedy Movie “The Hangover”

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A couple of us from the SelectSpecs.com office took some time out on Monday to pay a visit to see the latest box office comedy hit, The Hangover, staring Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis, Justin Bartha, and Heather Graham.  While most of the best bits of the film were shown in the trailers a few weeks before the movie was released I personally enjoyed the film with many moments of laugh out loud comedy, especially scenes involving Alan Garner (Zach Galifianakis) – like being shot in the face with a Tazer gun, only in America!

Obviously, being in the eyewear industry it’s hard to sit down and watch a movie without checking out what glasses the stars of the film are wearing, in fact at times it becomes a little annoying as you’re trying to work out what brand a certain frame is then end up missing a few lines of dialogue! Anyway, here are a few of the sunglasses we spotted in the film so you don’t need to worry about who is wearing what:

Ray-Ban 3025

Phil Wenneck (Bradley Cooper) – Ray-Ban Aviator 3025

 

Blublocker

Alan Garner (Zach Galifianakis) – Demi Tortoise Nylon BluBlocker – Available from BlueBlocker for $14.95

 

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Doug Billings (Justin Bartha) - Ray-Ban Wayfarer – 2140 or 2132 (see top image)

 

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Stu Price (Ed Helms) - wears metal, square-shaped frames, normally.  We wouldn’t mind betting that his sunglasses are actually prescription sunglasses.

 

My movie review rating = 7 out of 10

Next on the list of movies to see is Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.  Excited already!

James (SelectSpecs)

James is the lead creative genius behind SelectSpecs.com, you'll find him mainly blogging about celebrity movements or the latest movie releases.

11 thoughts on “Sunglasses from the Hit Comedy Movie “The Hangover”

  1. Sorry, we haven’t really been able to determine what glasses Ed Helms (Stu Price) wears in The Hangover. Quite honestly, they could be anything.

    As for his sunglasses. I think they may have been Ray-Bans, but I could be wrong.

  2. Oh, so I have this figured that Phil’s Ray Bans are the 3025, that’s the easy part. Look to be a silver frame. But the lens appears custom. Can someone just tell me down to the last detail where I can purchase these!

  3. Leslie,

    regarding Phil’s glasses, I’d agree with you 100%. They do indeed appear to be custom lenses since there is NO Ray-Ban logo in the top corner of the lenses.

    FYI: there are more colour options for this frame here: http://www.selectspecs.com/Sunglasses/Ray-Ban/RB3025-Aviator/ss102.09.html (scroll down to see more options). And for the record don’t forget the link in the post above which will display a number of different colour options.

    If you want to place your own tinted lenses in the frames, you could choose the cheapest, or most similar frame colour and select “Add Prescription”. Then if you don’t require a prescription select ‘Plano’ Lenses and select Pink tints or whatever you prefer. We would ship the glasses with your new lenses fitted and supply you with the original lenses just in case you want to go back to them.

    Hope that helps.

  4. I also wannna know what sunglasses does “jade” wear in the movie?
    i love those sunglasses and I want to buy it

  5. I know this is an old post but i'll give this a shot. I have been in search of a specific pair of sunglasses from a Ck free ad dated around Aug/Sept of 2009. Type it in on Youtube (Ck free ad) and its the commercial with the guy driving an old pontiac through the desert.. I would love to get ahold of the sunglasses he's wearing but the closest I have found and I believe they are the correct sunglasses…are Ray Ban Caravans…..but the type he is wearing in the ad look different than any of the newer Caravans Ray Ban has to offer. So any info that you could provide me with about these sunglasses is much appreciated.

  6. I am going to be Alan for Halloween and found some comparable shades similar to Blublockers at Flyclothing.com but want the real ones.  Does anyone know where to find them?

  7. I think you'll find Phil's glasses are actually Oliver Peoples Benedict aviators. But yeh they don't really look different to Ray Bans. 

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