‘American Reunion’ Poster Pays Tribute To The Original ‘American Pie’ Poster

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I’ve said it before AND I’LL SAY IT AGAIN, American Pie is one of my most favorite of all teen, coming of age, raunchy comedies. LOVE IT. A new poster for American Reunion has recently been released and it pays homage to the first American Pie movie poster. In my mind, this poster solidifies that this movie will be awesome – hopefully I’m not setting the bar too high. Check out the posters after the break. Continue reading

American Reunion Red Band Trailer and Promo Images

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Let’s tickle those tummies with a good old fashioned red band trailer for American Reunion. The characters conceived by Adam Herz are all back and headed to their high school reunion at East Great Falls. Directed by the duo who brought you Harold and Kumar, Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg, we will find what antics Jim, Stifler, Finch, Oz, Kevin, and Michelle have all been up to since we last saw them together in American Pie 2. To the next step! Continue reading

Twelve Years Later: ‘American Reunion’ Cast Photobooth Montage

Speaking of reunions, the original cast of American Pie are back and ready to serve another slice. Coincidentally, these pictures of the cast from the fourth film in the franchise (to make an appearance in the box office) comes twelve years after American Pie debuted back in 1999. For me, American Pie is one of the best comedies that will always fulfill my need for a chuckle. Check out the nostalgic montage after the break and be sure to catch American Reunion when it hits theaters April 6, 2012! Continue reading

Official Teaser Poster for “American Reunion”

The tagline is great, the imagery simple, and my expectations are mediocre. I love this franchise and the first film holds a special place in my heart as one of my favorite comedies of all time, but with their recent run of straight to DVD movies, my hope American Reunion succeeds is less than optimistic. Either way, I hope they bring back the original spark that American Pie once held.

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