more harold and kumar stuff

Straight from its world premiere at South by Southwest, here's a story on Harold and Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay: Harold, Kumar Back With `Guantanamo Bay'. There's some interesting stuff there about the immense cult following of the first film, and some of the creative considerations that went into producing the sequel. This time around, writers Hayden Schlossberg and Jon Hurwitz picked up directing duties as well. I wasn't at there, but I'm told that the SXSW screening was a crazy, raucous goood time. The screening this weekend at SFIAAFF will probably be a similarly crazy, raucous good time.

Here's another article profiling just one-half of the comedic duo, John Cho: John Cho in for Frenzy With `Star Trek'. While he's got quite a cult fan following now through Harold and Kumar, it's nothing compared to the legacy he's picked up being cast as Sulu in J.J. Abrams new Star Trek movie. Of course, the production has been highly secretive, and he hasn't given away any details. I'm okay with that. I eagerly anticipate his take on the U.S.S. Enterprise's helmsman.

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