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Kal Penn rose to fame with the successful "Harold & Kumar" franchise, but the actor is still skeptical about the third installment's promise.
"I don't think any of us take any of this for granted. The first 'Harold and Kumar' movie totally tanked at the box office. A lot of people forget this. It was only the fans who found it on DVD that gave us a chance to do a second one and now a third one. So we've got to wait and see [how it does]."
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Kal Penn and John Cho have matured a bit since their iconic Harold and Kumar characters escaped Guantanamo Bay and the pair hopes that fans have also grown in time for "A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas."
"The cool thing, to account for just life changes in general, are that the characters now are six years older than the first two movies and our audience is also grown up," Penn told OnTheRedCarpet.com in a press junket for the film. "The core audience that enjoyed these movies when they were 21or 22 now they're settling down, now they're dealing with the same issues that Harold and Kumar are dealing with in these movies. We we're hoping we could still retain that sense of bizarre humor and age with them."
John Cho has high hopes for "A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas," the third installment in his and Kal Penn's successful "Harold & Kumar" franchise.
"I think this will instantly become the greatest American movie ever made," Cho told OnTheRedCarpet.com at the film's premiere. "You heard that, right? The greatest. 'Citizen Kane' will become toilet paper next to our movie."