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Harold & Kumar Go To Louisiana?

Harold & Kumar Go To Louisiana?
Caffeinated Clint

Sequel to “White Castle” getting underway


The ‘is it happening? Is it not happening?’ sequel to 2004’s “Harold and Kumar go to White Castle” has been locked in for a January start, says Production Weekly.

According to the site, “Harold and Kumar go to Amsterdam” – where they be smokin’ weed, ya see? – will film in Shreveport, Louisiana with John Cho and Kal Penn set to reprise their roles as Harold and Kumar, respectively.

In the follow-up, Harold and Kumar have to elude the authorities when they’re suspected of being terrorists – the result of them trying to smuggle a bong aboard their aircraft headed for Amsterdam.

Neil Patrick Harris is rumoured to be reprising his role as…. Neil Patrick Harris.

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