Neil Patrick Harris Still Ladies Man in Harold and Kumar 2

He's been craving burgers, too...

by | August 9, 2007 | Comments

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.

John Cho, Neil Patrick Harris, and Kal Penn in Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle

“It is the day after Harold and Kumar 1 so I may be tripping on mushrooms for most of the movie,” said Harris. “We filmed it last year. I think it is coming out holiday time.”

Though Harris in real life made news last year when he announced he was gay, the film’s Neil Patrick Harris continues to womanize. “Definitely doing more of that. I might brand my initials on the ass of a stripper.”

Suffice it to say, there is not much character growth. “No, not at all.”

Harold and Kumar 2 (aka Harold and Kumar Go To Amsterdam) will be in theaters in 2008, courtesy of Harold and Kumar writer-directors Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg.

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