Posted on Thursday, June 2nd, 2011 by Angie Han
Between the detailed plot summary and the endless casting announcements, I thought we knew pretty much everything there was to know about American Reunion by this point. Apparently, I was wrong.
We’ve known for some time that one of the subplots in the film would revolve around the relationship between Jim (Jason Biggs) and Michelle (Alyson Hannigan), who’ve been dating since the original American Pie and got married in American Wedding. The earlier synopsis revealed that Reunion would see the couple still together but facing some issues, such as a (as-yet-uncast) sexy younger neighbor with the hots for Jim and the revival of Jim’s high school sex tape with Nadia (Shannon Elizabeth).
But wait, there’s more! In a recent interview, Hannigan offered some new details about the couple’s storyline — and hinted at the possible reappearance of a certain musical instrument. Read more after the jump.
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While Harold and Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay had it moments, ultimately Slashfilm was let down, graphing it as a 4.5/10 (and later a 3.5/10 for the inclusion of a 311 song in 2008). The profitable sequel hits DVD on Tuesday and today Harold and Kumar 3 was given the greenlight for John Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg, the writer/directors of the previous film, who also penned the funnier White Castle.
Kal Penn and John Cho have an option for a third film, and unless they’ve upgraded to heroin, we expect them to bong it up and crash yet another Bottlomless Party on screen—but this time, I dunno, make it count. Diving into the Slashfilm archives, last March rumors circulated that a Neil Patrick Harris spin-off was also a possibility. Six cameos I would like to see in a third film: Brad Pitt’s Floyd from True Romance, Arrowhead Bernie from Weekend at Bernie’s 2, a bloodshot Smokey the Bear, Andy Dick selling Xanax to children in a Buffalo Wild Wings parking lot, Corey Haim’s trailer, and the cross-joint from Pineapple Express.
Discuss: Who should cameo in Harold and Kumar 3? In all seriousness, should they title this film, Harold and Kumar: What’s the Point? If not, what should the subtitle be? Would you rather see an NPH spin-off?