The latest on the ‘Amsterdam’ sequel
“Harold and Kumar go to White Castle” director Danny Leiner tells AICN that there probably will be a sequel to his pot-induced comedy beast – but it’s likely he won’t be involved.
Are you involved at all in the Harold and Kumar sequel?
Um, you know what, it’s a tough situation because I love Harold and Kumar but it’d be really hard for me to do both Harold and Kumar and Gary [the Tennis Coach, his new movie] and I’m committed to Gary so we’ll see what happens. Unfortunately I think they kind of have to go. The answer is Harold and Kumar I think is happening, knock on wood. Unfortunately, I’m not sure if I’m gonna be able to be involved because it’s happening in a timeframe when I’m committed to Gary.
Can you give us any hints about what they’re gonna do in Amsterdam besides have a lot of sex and smoke a lot of pot.
Um, I really can’t. I do know it’s a lot of fun and there are a lot of diversions along the way. I’ll put it that way.
Is Doogie Howser one of them?
I’m not gonna, I can’t, I’m not at liberty to say.
According to Leiner – who said he’s also heard rumblings of a sequel to his “Dude, Where’s My Car?” – Luke Greenfield, director of “The Girl Next Door”, might be helming the “Kumar” sequel. Nice. I think he could work that shit.
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