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June 11, 2013

10 Movies in Which People Play Themselves Opens in new window

In honor of "This Is the End," here's a look at actors taking on the roles they were born to play. More...

July 27, 2011

Jason Bateman Lights Up for We're the Millers Opens in new window

Reports say he'll take the lead in Rawson Marshall Thurber's stoner comedy. More...

October 14, 2010

Neil Patrick Harris to Direct Aaron and Sarah Opens in new window

Neil Patrick Harris will make his feature directorial debut with "Aaron and Sarah," a romantic comedy starring Emma Roberts and Josh Hutcherson. More...

April 2, 2010

New Directors for Next American Pie, Harold & Kumar Sequels Opens in new window

"Harold & Kumar" creators Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg have been hired to direct the next "American Pie" sequel, leaving "A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas" in the hands of Todd Strauss-Schulson. More...

April 8, 2009

Kal Penn Trades Acting for Public Service Opens in new window

"Harold and Kumar" star Kal Penn has given up acting -- but rather than pursuing a new career in hip-hop, Penn will be joining the Obama administration as the new associate director of the Office of Public Liaison. More...

July 25, 2008

Mandate Greenlights Harold and Kumar 3 Opens in new window

They've gone to White Castle and escaped from Guantanamo Bay, but they aren't done yet: there's a Harold and Kumar 3 in the works. More...

April 24, 2008

Box Office Guru Preview: Odd Couples Invade Multiplexes Opens in new window

Two new buddy comedies enter the marketplace during the final weekend of the spring box office hoping to cash in on what business is left in the last week before Iron Man flies into theaters kicking off the summer blockbuster season. More...

October 12, 2007

Star Trek XI Finds Its Scotty, Sulu Opens in new window

J.J. Abrams' Starfleet roster is quickly filling up. Hot on the heels of this week's news that Eric Bana has signed on to play the heavy in Star Trek XI, The Hollywood Reporter and Variety bring word of two more additions to the cast. More...

August 9, 2007

Neil Patrick Harris Still Ladies Man in Harold and Kumar 2 Opens in new window

One of the funniest jokes in Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle was Neil Patrick Harris playing Neil Patrick Harris. Snorting cocaine off a stripper's breasts, he played up the Hollywood party boy typecast that was never, ever associated with the Doogie Howser star. He's up to his same old tricks in Harold and Kumar 2. More...

July 23, 2007

Jackie Earle Haley, More Confirmed for Watchmen Cast Opens in new window

Expect to see a whole lot of "Watchmen" updates over the next several months. And here's one: Jackie Earle Haley, Matthew Goode, and Malin Akerman have signed deals to appear in Zack Snyder's Alan Moore adaptation. More...

February 23, 2007

Penn Supports "Harold and Kumar" Changes Opens in new window

Kal Penn is busy at work on the currently untitled "Harold and Kumar" sequel. Originally called "Harold and Kumar Go to Amsterdam," the writers adapted their story to follow the duo on the run from Homeland Security in the south. More...

February 1, 2007

"Harold & Kumar" Find a Whole Bunch of New Friends Opens in new window

The other day we gave you a little piece of news regarding Rob Corddry's involvement in the "Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle" sequel, but today we have a whole lot more from the casting department. More...

January 29, 2007

Rob Corddry Chases "Harold and Kumar" to Amsterdam Opens in new window

The Daily Show's Rob Corddry takes a villainous turn in the "Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle" sequel, the long awaited sequel to the stoner comedy. Despite the working title, "Harold and Kumar Go to Amsterdam," Corddry won't be doing any European accents. More...

October 30, 2006

The Return of "Harold & Kumar" Opens in new window

It's a sequel that's been (mildly) discussed for quite some time now, but it seems that New Line is ready to get rolling on the as-yet-untitled "Harold & Kumar 2." And yes, both lead actors will be returning -- a rarity in New Line sequels. More...

August 24, 2006

Box Office Preview: Invincible Aims for First Place Finish Opens in new window

Another wave of new releases hits the multiplexes across North America this weekend in hopes of capturing the final dollars of the summer movie season. More...

December 1, 2005

"Van Wilder 2" -- Hold the Van Wilder Opens in new window

You've heard it mentioned here and there on message boards and what-not, but we can officially confirm that next year's most anticipated sequel is on its way. Get ready for "Van Wilder 2: The Rise of Taj," only without the unnecessary baggage of an actual Van Wilder. More...

September 16, 2005

"Kumar" Star to Headline "Van Wilder" Sequel Opens in new window

Edward Douglas over at ComingSoon.net scored a comedic scoop that could be good news, or it could be bad ... depending on what you thought of "National Lampoon's Van Wilder" and its franchise possibilities. More...

June 1, 2005

"Dude" & "Kumar" Director Wants to Play "Fetch" Opens in new window

Variety reports on a typically "high-concept" project for director Danny Leiner ("Dude, Where's My Car?," "Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle"). Described as "Look Who's Talking" with dogs instead of babies, "Fetch" is a romantic comedy / chatty canine affair that was written by Jeff Lowell (of the upcoming "John Tucker Must Die"). More...

March 21, 2005

DreamWorks Taps "Kumar" Creators for New Eddie Murphy Comedy Opens in new window

Screenwriters Jon Hurwitz & Hayden Schlossberg, fresh off the cult fave that is "Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle," have just inked a deal with DreamWorks and Imagine. Their "Johnny Blaze" concept will make its way to your local multiplex with Eddie Murphy in the title role. Described by Variety as an action-comedy about "an old-school rapper who retires and becomes a private eye who solves crimes within the hip-hop world," the flick could be a return to the "grown-up" comedy material that Murphy's been avoiding these days. More...

November 29, 2004

Harold and Kumar Sequel? Opens in new window

Now Playing Magazine sat down with director Danny Leiner ("Dude, Where's My Car?," "Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle") to discuss the possibility of sequels: "I think the ship has sailed [on a Dude sequel]," he says. "For whatever reason, it took the studio a while to go for that." More...

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