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Harold and Kumar sequel adds a few namesMovies
Looks like the Harold and Kumar sequel, scheduled for release next year, has added 11 actors to the cast.
David Krumholtz, Neil Patrick Harris, Rob Corddry, Christopher Meloni, Ed Helms, Eddie Kaye Thomas, Paula Garces, Jack Conley, Roger Bart, Danneel Harris and Eric Winter will join John Cho and Kal Penn in "Harold & Kumar 2" for Mandate Pictures and New Line Cinema.

*SPOILERS* (movie synopsis)
The sequel is set in motion on the same morning that Harold and Kumar finally satisfy their munchies at White Castle and the object of Harold's affection, Maria (Garces), sets off for Amsterdam. The pair decide to pursue her so Harold can proclaim his love. But when an overzealous passenger mistakes Kumar for a terrorist, the plane is diverted and the boys are off on a new escapade of mistaken identity. From Guantanamo Bay through the Deep South, Harold and Kumar encounter myriad wackos, jerks and whores as they are pursued by the Department of Homeland Security all the way into Bush Country.
Both Rob Corddry and Ed Helms? First the Daily Show, then The Office, and now this. They're quite the comedy duo.

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  • Yessss
    Posted by: junosand on Jan 31st, 2007 | 11:50am

    way to go burnsy. new posts, and at times convenient for me. to be honest, ed helms is really starting to annoy me because of his role on the office

    • [Untitled]
      Posted by: niraj on Jan 31st, 2007 | 12:32pm

      What? His flip-out was hilarious...punching the hole in the wall and then saying "somebody's got an anger management problem"...the sucking up was way over-the-top though. Hopefully he'll remain funny without becoming annoying.

    • I'm with mark on this one
      Posted by: dave on Jan 31st, 2007 | 12:48pm

      Ed Helms is funny on the office only in bits and pieces--when shouldn't carry a whole episode.

      • i think i might be as well
        Posted by: rishi on Jan 31st, 2007 | 01:29pm

        His absurdity is funny, but its one of those things where it gets old creepy. Like the outburst last week was hilarious, but the overall creepiness and whatnot wasn't

        "you. me. beers. TIPSY. Bar. Girls. Shots. DRUNK." etc. etc.
        (that might not be exact.)

        Also, i created this becuase i don't know my other username.


        • [Untitled]
          Posted by: niraj on Jan 31st, 2007 | 02:04pm

          Your original username was just "rishi" and you can recover your password when you're logged out by clicking on the "Forgot My Pass" link. No biggie.

          • what?
            Posted by: junosand on Jan 31st, 2007 | 03:38pm

   is really hitting it big when people start acquiring multiple user names.

            also, the flip-out was good, but andy during the rest of the episode was awful.

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