"Harold & Kumar" Find a Whole Bunch of New Friends

by | February 1, 2007 | Comments

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.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, "David Krumholtz, Neil Patrick Harris, Christopher Meloni, Ed Helms, Eddie Kaye Thomas, Paula Garces, Jack Conley, Roger Bart, Danneel Harris and Eric Winter" will be joining Kal Penn and John Cho among the ranks of "Harold & Kumar 2" — which used to be called "Harold & Kumar Go to Amsterdam," but I’m pretty sure New Line is still monkeying with the title.

The story centers around a false accusation, which leads to Kumar being mistaken for a terrorist, which will give the stoned potheads a chance to make fun of airport check-ins and national security, I suppose.

Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg, who penned both the original and the impending sequel, will share the director’s chair this time out.

Tag Cloud

Discovery Channel animated CW Seed Spectrum Originals cults Netflix NBC TV renewals Stephen King Action nature indie ESPN facebook Lucasfilm TIFF Masterpiece Awards natural history Tomatazos Nat Geo renewed TV shows Sci-Fi Pixar Academy Awards Black Mirror RT History romance game of thrones Arrowverse Martial Arts TBS YouTube Red technology docudrama screenings Epix VICE IFC teaser sitcom American Society of Cinematographers Superheroes Awards Tour Sundance TV Disney+ Disney Plus Watching Series First Reviews canceled TV shows 2019 game show Apple TV+ 24 frames Crunchyroll Winners USA The CW OWN TCA 2017 HBO true crime Turner Classic Movies History Binge Guide book video Disney Plus Sundance OneApp Polls and Games documentary Hallmark Mindy Kaling travel 20th Century Fox CBS Trailer SXSW See It Skip It foreign Tumblr Acorn TV Rock GoT Writers Guild of America Classic Film Trophy Talk Certified Fresh serial killer TruTV latino comics Red Carpet spinoff hispanic Lifetime cancelled binge romantic comedy Valentine's Day Shondaland DC streaming service Paramount crime BBC cooking Extras political drama screen actors guild Emmys 45 crossover series discovery 007 ABC Family Family festivals slashers breaking bad Comedy Women's History Month A&E golden globes cartoon Winter TV Avengers comic Best and Worst science fiction 71st Emmy Awards The Walking Dead Tarantino TV Land Premiere Dates DirecTV cancelled television Musicals FOX Pride Month kids WGN Disney police drama FX talk show Television Academy ITV psychological thriller war Esquire canceled psycho biography CBS All Access quibi Chernobyl Animation Columbia Pictures Amazon Prime Video adventure Shudder Pop Amazon Prime cats Fantasy singing competition E3 unscripted independent ratings anime blaxploitation dceu Apple TV Plus Western Film Festival Sony Pictures Character Guide Emmy Nominations richard e. Grant zombies name the review 2020 robots toy story cops justice league Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Summer Star Wars Set visit Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Video Games Schedule jamie lee curtis green book Ellie Kemper Pirates Trivia TCM Marvel Television Comic Book revenge The Witch television stand-up comedy YA directors award winner Film spider-man 2015 Drama Box Office Britbox Star Trek Crackle RT21 Nominations rotten movies we love Dark Horse Comics Vudu Thanksgiving Grammys NYCC Podcast crime thriller Comedy Central 2018 Logo Nickelodeon Oscars CNN Mary poppins cancelled TV shows streaming Teen diversity Food Network dramedy Musical Paramount Network sag awards what to watch First Look Lionsgate thriller Marvel Studios vampires mockumentary Calendar Hallmark Christmas movies space Countdown Elton John LGBTQ President WarnerMedia YouTube politics sequel BET Kids & Family Universal Heroines Endgame MSNBC Reality Competition reboot halloween medical drama Year in Review Mary Tyler Moore harry potter Anna Paquin New York Comic Con PBS Comics on TV Music Creative Arts Emmys children's TV Baby Yoda Holiday HBO Max aliens cinemax IFC Films The Purge Freeform strong female leads DC Comics miniseries National Geographic Superheroe Horror Tubi tv talk period drama Bravo Rom-Com Cosplay Fall TV spain crime drama SDCC free movies based on movie casting Marvel Lifetime Christmas movies Cartoon Network Ghostbusters Holidays witnail El Rey Starz TV DC Universe anthology Reality spanish language Marathons Photos joker transformers batman MTV Captain marvel Rocky Disney Channel blockbuster APB Apple doctor who Sneak Peek FXX GIFs X-Men Hulu Interview Brie Larson Mary Poppins Returns LGBT 2017 supernatural Adult Swim SundanceTV zero dark thirty cancelled TV series PaleyFest Toys Biopics 21st Century Fox MCU spy thriller CMT ABC theme song comiccon Spring TV Song of Ice and Fire finale boxoffice Christmas Pet Sematary Sundance Now Showtime composers YouTube Premium E! Infographic Election adaptation VH1 Country Peacock sports Spike historical drama Netflix Christmas movies BBC America USA Network DGA Turner 2016 Super Bowl social media The Arrangement Ovation south america hist Mystery christmas movies AMC TCA Winter 2020 movies zombie disaster TNT ghosts versus Warner Bros. mutant GLAAD TLC Walt Disney Pictures Rocketman dragons Fox News Amazon Disney streaming service dc TCA elevated horror A24 Opinion Quiz Mudbound cars San Diego Comic-Con Cannes werewolf Syfy