3 items from 2012
A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas, 2011.
Directed by Todd Strauss-Schulson.
Six years after their Guantanamo Bay adventure, stoner buds Harold Lee and Kumar Patel cause a holiday fracas by inadvertently burning down Harold's father-in-law's prize Christmas tree.
A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas is set several years after the shenanigans of its predecessors Harold & Kumar Get the Munchies, where the duo get into all sorts of trouble in the quest for the elusive White Castle burger, and Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay, which finds the twosome on the run from authorities who suspect them of being terrorists. Harold (John Cho) is now enjoying married life with his new wife Maria (Paula Graces) and has turned his back on the weed smoking lifestyle and is instead focusing on his successful career as a Wall Street »
CollegeHumor knows the art of the prank. The online destination (and soon to be major motion picture studio) for individuals craving online video comedy is responsible for the most entertaining tricks of an amusing, playful, and sometimes malicious nature found on any type of entertainment medium. First there was Amir Blumenfeld and Streeter Seidell’s Prank War, an epic, escalating battle of sado-one-upmanship involving, but not limited to, a $500,000 half court basketball shot, a non-working parachute, and a nonexistent television cameo. Next came the Midnight Talk Show Prank, conceived by a slightly masochistic Dan Gurewitch, who gave a two-week window and copy of his house keys to fellow CollegeHumorer Josh Ruben with instructions to sneak into his apartment way after bedtime and wake him up to host an impromptu, short-form talk show dubbed The Late Late Late Show. And then there was the MTV clipshow series Pranked, hosted by the »
- Joshua Cohen
 Comedy website CollegeHumor, best known for its viral shorts, is now looking to bring its irreverent sense of humor to theaters with its debut big-screen feature Coffee Town. Whether the company will actually succeed in its goal to become the next National Lampoon remains to be seen, but the promising array of talent they've lined up should help move things along. Arrested Development writer/producer Brad Copeland has been hired to direct the film, his first, from a script he wrote, while Glenn Howerton (It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia), Steve Little (Eastbound & Down), Ben Schwartz (House of Lies, I guess but he'll always be Jean-Ralphio to me) and Josh Groban are lined up to star. It's not the highest profile roster I've ever seen, but it's none too shabby for a company making its first foray into film, either. More details after the jump. Howerton will lead the cast as »
- Angie Han
3 items from 2012
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