Harold & Kumar are getting a third. May the glory of NPH shine anew upon us all. We get the following scoop from the chronic caves of Yahoo:
Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg, who wrote “Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle” and wrote and directed “Harold & Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay,” will write and direct the comedy “‘Til Beth Do Us Part” for Warner Bros.
The feature will focus on two twentysomething males whose close friendship is put to the test when one of them becomes engaged.
“Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle” became a crossover hit for New Line in 2004. Hurwitz and Schlossberg are signed to write the third movie in the franchise, with an option to direct.
I’m glad to see the series make it to three and I hope they bring the story to a resounding conclusion. The second film was more outlandish than the first and I hope this trend scales further upward for the next installment. I want to see NPH riding another beast of some sort and I cannot wait to see him explain how he escaped death at the hands of the hookers.
The Harold & Kumar films are fun marijuana comedies and have held the torch high for this generation. While not as classic as Cheech and Chong, they are no slouches and will forever be worthy representatives of the genre. Long live the chron.