After going to White Castle and escaping from Guantanamo Bay, Harold (John Cho) and Kumar (Kal Penn) have a much simpler task in the third installment: finding a Christmas tree for Harold's father-in-law after the first one is burned down.
An August trailer for A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas revealed the basic concept behind the 3-D sequel, which includes the return of Neil Patrick Harris playing a fictionalized version of himself, but for anyone that thought Harold and Kumar might be constrained by a holiday movie, a new, raunchy red band trailer has arrived to show that the movie is no Miracle on 34th Street. Filled with nudity, gore, drugs, and a Neil Patrick Harris behaving so badly that he is kicked out of Heaven, we should probably warn you that the trailer is extremely NSFW or for the easily offended. more photos (safely viewable anywhere) >> Posted 10.20.11 by Ryan
It's been three years since Harold (John Cho) and Kumar (Kal Penn) had to escape from Guantanamo Bay, but the two friends are back for a third installment this November with A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas.
To promote the sequel, New Line Cinema has released several new character posters for the sequel including ones for Harold and Kumar, as well as a poster for NPH, a.k.a. Neil Patrick Harris and one that combines all three actors.
Also promoting the upcoming movie is MTV, who have offered a new still photo from the sequel as well as an interview with Cho and Penn that reveals that the movie may include, according to Cho, "enhanced nudity," perhaps because A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas will be presented in 3-D.
more from Cho and Penn, plus a new photo >> Posted 09.09.11 by Ryan
Avatar was in 3-D. I'm not in competition with Avatar. I'm not in competition with James Cameron. He does his thing. We do our thing. He makes cartoons. I understand he had a good year. I'm just saying, the technology isn't his.
It seems like every year that the holiday season begins earlier and earlier. Here it is August and we have our first holiday movie trailer. Of course, it's the trailer for A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas, which isn't going to take anything about the holidays too seriously, even opening in November well before Christmas. watch the trailer >> Posted 08.11.11 by Ryan
Jon Hurwitz, via twitter, reported today that Harold & Kumar 3 is getting closer to theaters and he "can't wait for the shoot."
With H & K 3 rewrite handed in, trying to decide how many times I'm going to see Hot Tub Time Machine this weekend. Either 4 or 7.
Also today, THR broke the news that Harold & Kumar creators Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg have decided they're "hungry for something new." continue reading >> Posted 04.02.10 by reelz