Ah Boys to Men 3: Frogmen (simplified Chinese: 新兵正传III：蛙人传; traditional Chinese: 新兵正傳III：蛙人傳; pinyin: xīnbīng zhèngzhuàn III: wārénzhuàn; literally: "Recruits' True Biography") is a 2015 Singaporean comedy film produced and directed by Jack Neo, and the third installment in the Ah Boys to Men film series. It was released in cinemas on 19 February 2015. The film raked $2.83 million at the box office within four days, making it the first Asian film with the highest ever box office takings in its opening weekend in Singapore. The DVD version of Ah Boys to Men 3 was released on 8 May 2015.
The film negates all happenings in the predecessors and explores what might have happened should the boys have been assigned to the Naval Diving Unit.
Tosh Zhang as Third Warrant Officer Alex Ong
Wang Weiliang as Bang "Lobang" Lee Onn
Joshua Tan as Ken Chow
Maxi Lim as Aloysius Jin aka Wayang King
Wesley Wong as Hei Long Shek Hak Long
Justin Dominic Misson as Second Warrant Officer BT Lum aka No. 2
Charlie Goh as Tan Wei Ming
Bunz Bao as Sam Hui
Jaspers Lai as Handsome
Hanrey Low as Henry
Gadrick Chin as Sha Bao 傻豹
Joey Leong as Lo Wei 罗薇, Lobang's sister
Richard Low as Ken's father
Irene Ang as Mary Chow, Ken's mother
Yoo Ah Min as Ken's grandmother
Wang Lei as Ken's uncle
Aileen Tan as Lobang's mother
Hayley Woo as Amy, Ken's girlfriend
Chen Tianwen as Mr. Jin, Aloysius' father
Ye Li Mei as Mrs. Jin, Aloysius' mother
Noah Yap as Man In Ping a.k.a. IP Man, only appears in the credits
The film was shot at the Naval Diving Unit in Sembawang Camp. The film was written by Jack Neo (梁智强) & Ivan Ho (夏友庆), with the whole film being directed by Jack Neo (梁智强).
The official theme song of Ah Boys to Men 3: Frogmen, titled "Who Else", was written, composed and performed by Tosh Zhang, a YouTube personality who is part of the cast in the film. An official music video was uploaded on YouTube on February 4, 2015.
Ah Boys to Men 3 was released on DVD on 11 May 2015.
The film was expected to be a hit with profits estimated to surpass over $3 million at the box office after release. Singapore Box Office reported that and estimated $7.63 million have been grossed from the duration from 19 February to 7 May. By the end of its theatrical run, the film had grossed $7.8 million, which was $0.1 million below the second installment's grossings but $1.5 million higher than the first installment.