Clint’s got the sequel breakdowns
Noticed that Kal Penn isn’t giving up much info on what’s in-store for “Harold & Kumar” – in the interviews he has been doing for “Van Wilder 2” – in the sequel, but thankfully these character breakdowns, which have just crossed my desk, do:
Looks like the film’s going to be taking the Mickey out of President George W.Bush in the sequel…. And lampooning the redneck community he’s so infamously linked to.
Colton: 25-32, Male. A good-looking, Ambercrombie-wearing politician’s son, now engaged to Kumar’s ex-girlfriend. A jet-setter from a privileged background, he has political aspirations of his own. Lead.
Raza: 25-40, Male. A very wealthy Persian player on the Miami scene, he is a friend of Harold and Kumar, first seen throwing a wild party in his Miami beach house. Cool, hip, and laid-back, he lets Harold and Kumar borrow his car so they can drive to Texas. But first he’d like to see the guys get into the spirit of the party. Lead
Raymus Jones: 30s-40s, Male, Caucasian. Raymus is a Southern hillbilly, out shooting in the woods when he runs across Harold and Kumar. Despite his redneck appearance, he’s living large – with all the perks of modern technology in his modernized farmhouse. Hospitable and gregarious, with a lovely wife (who also happens to be his sister), Raymus tries to make the boys feel at home. Lead
Raylene: 30-40s, Female, Caucasian. An appealing, Southern woman, she is married to her hillbilly brother Raymus but is cosmopolitan by comparison; warm and gracious and only too happy to open her lovely home to Harold and Kumar. Strong Supporting Role
President George W. Bush: Late 40s-Early 60s, Male. Seeking the most authentic George W. Bush actor/impersonator who can carry significant comedic scenes opposite Harold and Kumar
Big Bob: 30s-50s, Male. He is an enormous, grungy-looking guard at Guantanamo Bay. Intimidating and dumb, he’s looking forward to making life particularly unpleasant for the most recent arrivals – Harold and Kumar
Jonavan & Arric: 20s-30s, Male, African-American. Fierce, threatening inner-city basketball players, not at all happy when Harold and Kumar interrupt their game
Travis & Kenny: 20s-40s, Male, Caucasian. They are a couple of KKK members, seen in their signature white regalia; Southern, mean-spirited and racist
Mrs. Patel: 40s, Female, East Indian. Kumar’s mom; she is first seen in bed, raucously “getting it on” with her husband
Old White Woman: 60s-80s, Female, Caucasian. Seen in an airline lobby and later on board the plane, she eyes Kumar suspiciously and makes some outrageous accusations based on racial profiling
Mr. Lee: 40s-50s, Male, Korean. He is Harold’s father, and speaks flawless English. He is confused as an interpreter insists on translating what he says
Mrs. Lee: 40s-50s, Female, Korean. Harold’s mother and she speaks flawless English.