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.
"I don’t get to go to Amsterdam," said Corddry. "They barely even make it to tell you the truth. It’s mostly a romp through the south, escape running from Homeland Security which is me."
Sounds like another hilarious adventure, but the dramatically trained Corddry brushed up on his old Shakespearean chops for this one. "I’m playing the villain in "Harold and Kumar 2" and you’ve got to play it straight. You don’t play it like it’s a comedy. When you’re in a comedy, your character doesn’t know he’s in a comedy so it’s kind of like a dramatic role in a sense."
The sequel just began shooting in Louisiana.