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[01.12.2010] CS! berichtet über "American Pie 4"...
ComingSoon.net had a chance to talk with the always-ebullient producer Craig Perry earlier today to find out the status of the planned American Pie 4, which is being written and directed by Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg (Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle and its sequel), and he gave us an update of the project that's neither a reboot or a remake, but an actual sequel to the hit R-rated comedy trilogy that came out between 1999 and 2003.
"Like anything, if they're going to go back to it, they want to get it right," he told us. "Hurwitz and Schlossberg, the guys who did 'Harold & Kumar' are going to direct and I'm hoping to have something to look at it in the New Year. We'll see when that fits in. As you can imagine, a lot of it has to do with scheduling of the actors because they're all busy. Alyson (Hannigan's) got the show and the baby, so she's got plenty on her plate, so there's a lot of people who have a lot of things to do, and I think if we get a script--which I think we will--that everybody is excited about it, and then it's going to be about the schedule, because it's going to be really hard to get that gang back together. Because I think that's one of the things - we want to get everybody back together then you've got to do it right."
And when asked exactly who they may bring them back, being that many of the cast from the original movie weren't in the third movie, American Wedding, Perry responded, "I think that's part of the debate. For me, it makes sense to bring everybody back, because at a certain point, if you start winding it down, it isn't what it's meant to be, and I feel like those characters have become part of the cultural lexicon, you kind of know who they are, and I think there's an interest in seeing where they are, because they haven't been on screen for seven years. I think people will say, 'I wonder what happened to...' and I think that's a very effective way to back into this movie is having people wonder what did happen to those guys and what did happen to those girls, and I think that's part of the interest of it, because you know they're funny characters, you know they're likeable characters, but where are they now?"
"I think everybody here grew up with those movies in their own special way, so why not see if we can tap into that?" he said when asked about whether the movie is geared more towards the movie's older fans or if it will try to interest the current 15 - 20 demographic who may have been too young the first time around. "I think if the humor is such--which all of them can be consistent--the younger audience will at least understand that or understand why it's funny and go for it."


[22.02.2010] CS! sprach mit Seann William Scott über seine mögliche Beteiligung im "American Pie"-Reboot...
[...] we asked him whether there's a place for his foul-mouthed womanizer Stiffler, who many felt was the core of the "American Pie" movies, to return. We were surprised to learn that he's already been in touch with those shepherding it.
"I've been talking to them about it and there's a possibility," he told us. "We came up with an awesome idea and I'm kind of at the point where I'm already known as that character forever anyways. As much as I want to do a part like Christoph Waltz in 'Inglourious Basterds,' I did 'American Pie' three times and then versions of that in ten other movies. If it makes sense and if it makes people laugh than maybe." [...]


[18.02.2010] Wie 24 Frames meldet, naht ein "American Pie"-Reboot...
[...] The studio is poised to bring on "Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle" writers Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg to script a new take on the franchise, which is being described in the development community as "American Pie 4." The movie would come on the heels of the third theatrical movie in the franchise, "American Wedding," which came out in 2003, and a slew of lucrative DVD titles that followed. [...]
At least some of the original cast is interested in coming back for the new picture, though sources emphasized that development is early and there are no actor deals in place. [...]
How the characters would be worked into a new script remains a question; many, after all, are now in their late 20s and early 30s, and the original picture was set in high school. Writers would also need to contend with a world in which the novelty of the raunchy comedy, which was a relatively new form more than a decade ago, may have worn off with the success of movies like "The Hangover" and a spate of Judd Apatow films.
But the studio is clearly hoping that the awareness and fondness for the comedy brand could help support a new installment. [...]


[05.12.2009] Bei Crave Online ist die offizielle Website zu "American Pie presents The Book of Love" an den Start gegangen und bietet u.a. den neuen Trailer, welcher in den USA am 22. Dezember 2009 auf Blu-ray und DVD erscheint...

[26.10.2009] Bei Crave Online gibt es einen unzensierten Trailer zu "American Pie presents The Book of Love"...

[18.03.2007] Pro7 zeigt heute um 13.40 Uhr "American Pie"...

[07.05.2006] RTL zeigt heute um 20.15 Uhr "American Pie: Jetzt wird geheiratet" als deutsche Free-TV-Premiere...

[28.04.2006] Moviehole meldet...
I’ve seen a few rumours floating around about a fifth "American Pie" movie being in the works - titled "American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile" - but since friends of mine were involved in the last film ("American Pie: Band Camp") and they’d heard nothing about it, I just dismissed it.
Well, what do ya’ know... it’s true. Universal has confirmed for us that a fifth film in the Eugene Levy starring series will indeed be happening, as our pals at Filmhobbit first mentioned, a couple of weeks back.
Unfortunately, this one’s going ahead with ‘another’ new cast and ‘another’ new bunch of characters. You’d think after the fantastic job that Tad Hilgenbrink did as Matt Stifler in "Band Camp" - and considering the amount of money that one made on DVD! - They’d want him back, seems not.
This one will fix on Adam Stifler, the cousin of Matt and Steve (Sean William Scott in the first three films), a youngster whose anything alike his wild relations. Peer pressure starts to turn him though, with his pals coaxing him into helping host the college ‘Naked Mile’ - which is essentially a naked-run across the college campus.
Joe Nussbaum ("Sleepover") will direct from a script by Erik Lindsay. The film starts shooting May 29, in Toronto.
No word on Eugene Levy, yet - but chances are he’ll be coaxed by some cabbage to reprise his iconic role (if even briefly) as Jim’s droll Daddio.


[07.09.2005] Moviehole meldet...
[...] "American Pie : Band Camp" hits stores here in Australia on October 26 [...]
Extras on the DVD include "Shocking Strip Trivia", "Band Camp Dirty Diary", "Inside Stifler's Head" (extended scenes of what's going on inside Matt Stifler's head), "Stiflervision" (see the shots from different angles), "Outtakes" and a "Commentary Party", which, I assume, is fancy lettering for a chit-chat over the film.
This time, the movie centres on Stifler's younger brother, Matt, who is shipped off to Band Camp as a form of punishment. He gets up to his smutty ol' tricks there, but ultimately gets sorted out by a young woman. The only 'original' cast members returning are Eugene Levy, as Jim's Dad, and Chris Owen, as 'The Sherminator'.


[25.11.2004] Moviehole meldet...
[...] Director Steve Rash has seen to cast his "American Pie 4" with lovely ladies just as pipin' hot as the lasses in the predecessors.
Arielle Kebbel has landed a starring role in "American Pie 4 : Band Camp", co-starring Laura Mayhew and Richard Keith.
Kebbel - last seen playing Tom Arnold's daughter in "Soul Plane" - will play one of the band members, an intense and determined youngster who is keen for acceptance into a snooty school.
Also joining the cast is actress/singer Kathleen LaGue ["Starsky and Hutch"] who is playing a fiesty receptionist, and local band The RCC Marching Tigers, who're - ah - playing band members.
Eugene Levy is said to be in talks to reprise his role as Jim's Dad. Why? I do not know - Jim's not even in this baby.


[25.08.2004] Bei Moviehole gibt es ein AP4-"Call Sheet" und Cinescape meldet...
[...] We were contacted by a reader that's in line for an audition for one of the roles in AP4. With casting reads set to begin shortly, the film's script is being handed out to give to prospective actors to try out for the parts in the film. [...]
"All the original characters have moved on, except there will be a cameo by Finch. Stifler's little brother Matt, wants to join his brother's business (Stifler has hit it big producing Girls Gone Wild videos) and after everything Matt has heard from Jim's bandgeek wife Michelle, he plans to go back to band camp and make a video of his own.... Bandies Gone Wild." [...]


[10.08.2004] FilmJerk meldet...
[...] "American Pie 4" is on the fast track to production, with principal photography slated to begin this September under the guidance of director Steve Rash, best known as the helmer of the 1980s teen hit "Can't Buy Me Love." The script, from first time screenwriter Brad Riddell, does not appear to feature any of the major characters. This time around, the focus will be on Matt Stifler, younger brother of Steve Stifler, as Matt is sent to band camp for the summer when he faces expulsion from school. [...]

[04.04.2004] Der TV-Sender RTL zeigt "American Pie 2" um 20.15 Uhr als deutsche Free-TV Premiere...

[29.12.2003] Moviehole meldet...
Sometimes studios can be sensible. Despite still making a lefty amount of bank at the box office, seems there’s no plans to follow "American Wedding" up with a fourth chapter in the "American Pie" series. Talking to Blockbuster Magazine, to promote the DVD release of the recent sequel, writer Adam Herz says there are no plans for a fourth adventure for Jim, Stifler, Michelle and company - just yet. "Not for a long time anyway. It might be an idea to check in 10 years from now and see what these guys are doing, but the things that have made the franchise enjoyable is watching these guys grow up. I think it would be unfair to the audience to do a movie where it would be just for the money : people will go - but it wouldn’t be a good story. There is nothing left to tell about them now".

[21.08.2003] Heute startet "American Pie: Jetzt wird geheiratet" in den deutschen Kinos...

[06.08.2003] Bei Moviehole gibt es ein Interview mit Jason Biggs...

[05.08.2003] Cindy Pearlman konnte etwas über die geschnittenen Szenen in "AP3" in Erfahrung bringen, die mit ziemlicher Sicherheit auf der DVD landen werden...
[...] "Some very shocking things in the bachelor party scene were taken out because they could have been deemed offensive. It was obviously all about sexual content. I can tell you that these shocking things were very funny and I was a little sad to hear that they had to be cut," says Nikki Ziering who plays. ...yes, the stripper in the bachelor party scenes that were shot for over 10 days. "It was just about the best time of my entire life," says Thomas Ian Nicholas.
Also cut was a scene where Stifler (Seann William Scott) has sex with Jim's (Jason Biggs) grandmother. "We had this idea that the grandmother died after Stifler accidentally made love to her. She did die with a giant smile on her face. But, in retrospect, I don't know what I was thinking. That's pretty bad," says screenwriter Adam Herz. [...]


[04.08.2003] CS! meldet...
[...] Universal's third installment in the "American Pie" franchise, American Wedding, took over the top spot with an estimated $34.3 million from 3,172 theaters. The $55 million-budgeted sequel beat the first film's opening weekend of $18.7 million but came in below the second film's $45.1 million first weekend. [...]

[02.08.2003] Bei CS! (8/10) und DH (2.5/5) gibt es Kritiken zu "American Wedding"...

[01.08.2003] Bei Juicy Cerebellum (6/10), Latino Review und Michael McBratney's SFU Homepage gibt es Kritiken zu "American Wedding"...

[29.07.2003] Bei CS! gibt es ein Interview mit dem Produzenten Craig Perry...

[26.07.2003] Bei CS! gibt es Interviews mit January Jones, Nikkie Ziering & Molly Cheek...

[23.07.2003] Bei CS! gibt es jede Menge Szenenbilder !!!

[11.07.2003] Bei AICN gibt es eine Kritik zu einer Rohfassung von "AP3"...
[...] The movie is how they get ready for the marriage ceremony. Oz and all of the other American Pie Girls are gone, and the guy who played "the kid in king arthurs court," is barely there. I think that they cut out his entire sub-plot.
There are some really funny scenes, but that is all there is, just things to laugh at. The story is so thread-bare that it seems almost episodic. They have just put one funny scene after another. In the other American Pie movies they all seem to learn a lesson at the end, here it is just tomfoolery, but, well, you know, I like tomfoolery. So, in essence, if you like the gang, and like to giggle at disgusting gags, go right for it.


[09.07.2003] Bei MTV.com gibt es ein Interview mit den Hauptdarstellern, die sich auch über einen möglichen 4. Teil auslassen...
[...] Unlike the temperamental musical instrument, the boys said they have learned to never say never about the series. And though it's being marketed as the final installment in a trilogy, there's still the possibility of yet another slice of "Pie."
"I learned a valuable lesson in answering that question," said Biggs, "because after the first one I was always like, 'C'mon, part two? No, please.' And [then], after the second one, 'Well jeez, maybe I should leave the option open. Maybe there'll be a third one,' and sure enough, here we are."
"I don't know, man," Scott weighed in. "We've been saying this is the last one. It really completes the trilogy. If it does well, I'm sure the studio will go, 'Let's bring on a fourth one' - 'American Baby' or I don't know, man. [But] for me what was exciting [about 'Wedding'] is that it really completed the character. I'm pretty happy with it. I think this will be the last one." [...]


[28.06.2003] Bei Empire Movies gibt es mehr als 50 Szenenbilder !!!

[14.06.2003] Bei AICN gibt es den neuen "AP3"-Trailer...

[22.05.2003] Bei AICN gibt es eine recht positive Kritik...

[17.05.2003] Bei Cinergia gibt es ein "American Wedding"-Poster...

[22.04.2003] Der "American Wedding" Teaser-Trailer ist online...

[21.04.2003] Anderson Jones schreibt in seiner Kolumne für E! Online ...
[...] Scott promises that Pie 3 finishes the franchise and that they go out with a bang. The second sequel loses most of the ensemble cast of kids, focusing instead on Jason Biggs' wedding to band-camp girl Alyson Hannigan, while introducing new sets of parents.
"The lamest scene in American Pie 3 is funnier than anything in the first two," says Scott, who just took in an unauthorized screening of a rough cut. "It's awesome. I really can't watch the first two, because this one is so good. It was a great way to end that franchise. There won't be American Baby or American Divorce." But really, it's all about Stifler. We finally get to see the twisted things that make him tick. "The movie fills in all the gaps." [...]


[09.04.2003] Bei Latino Review gibt es neue Szenenbilder aus "AP3"...

[08.04.2003] Cindy Pearlman schreibt in ihrer Kolumne...
Eugene Levy swears this summer's "American Pie" sequel delivers the best slice yet. "It's the best of the three 'Pie' movies and if they come up with a fourth script as good, I'll sign up in a minute," says Levy, who plays Jason Biggs' much put-upon father. [...]

[26.03.2003] Bei PieMovie3.com gibt es ein "American Wedding"-Logo und diverse Set-Berichte...

[07.02.2003] DH meldet...
'Jon Movie Man' worked on the third "American Pie" flick over the weekend and has this SPOILER-filled detailled report: "It was a three day shoot at a lovely greenhouse location, it was the wedding of Jim and Michelle. The wedding goes off without a hitch, they exchange vows, and kiss. Then we filmed the reception party and there was a lot of dancing, Jim and Michelle go out onto the dance floor for their first dance, it's a lovely dance sceene, then Jim motions for everyone to come out on the dance floor and join them, we all do, and there are many cuts to each of the charaters discussing the newlyweds. Paul Finch also gets up and leaves the wedding at this time because he has to go and break up another wedding in order to get the woman he loves (MILF ALEART!). Also, Stifler's mom was on the set in her wedding dress and we almost went blind staring at her, she is literally busting out of her dress at the chest area. WOW!".

[31.01.2003] Bei AICN gibt es ein positives Script-Review...

[23.01.2003] CS! sprach mit Alyson Hannigan über "AP3"...
[...] "It's hilarious," she said. "We're having so much fun. I've been [working] more on the movie now than the show, ['Buffy']."
In this wedding story, will Michelle be having a bachelorette party? "You know, she's not. No. But you'll see why."
In the third film, Jim (Jason Biggs) and Michelle are getting married - in a hurry. Jim's grandmother is sick and wants to see Jim walk down the aisle, so they're going for it in two frantic weeks. Stifler plans to be there (bridesmaids!), and more importantly to throw the ultimate bachelor party (strippers!). Finch (Thomas Ian Nicholas) is all for the hedonistic rituals, but not for letting Stifler steal the maid of honor, who happens to be Michelle's sexy younger sister, Cadence (January Jones). While everybody else sweats and frets, Jim's Dad (Eugene Levy) is cool as ever, dispensing advice that no one wants to hear and getting ready for one of the best days of his life.


[22.01.2003] CS! sprach mit dem Produzenten Craig Perry über "AP3"...
[...] It's really early on but it's been so much fun to see all the actors get back together and sort of interact," Perry said. "It's like a reunion every time we do it. They're just so great. And they're so aware of the characters. So, as soon as the camera starts rolling it's right back where the charm needs to be. It's been fun to watch."
Of course, not everyone is back this time. As Jim (Jason Biggs) and Michelle (Alyson Hannigan) prepare to get married, only some of their friends appear in part three. "All I can say is it was literally a creative decision. Because we are now sort of flash forwarding a little bit from the time from the last movie, and how many of us are really tight, great friends with the girlfriend you had senior year in high school or boyfriend or vice-versa? There's a natural evolution that everybody goes through and to make it so that sort of coterie of people are the same people, again, makes it dramatically dead and it's not believable. No one would believe that. And I think that in many ways part II struggled and sweated mightily as it was going to try and justify a lot of the sort of machinations of the relationships. So we just decided to sort of be cognizant of that and allow the thing to evolve as what we felt would be the right thing to do." [...]


[14.01.2003] DH meldet, dass der Titel von Teil 3 von "American Wedding" in "Piece of Pie" geändert wurde...

[23.11.2002] CS! meldet...
January Jones (Bandits, The Glass House has nabbed a role in American Wedding, the third installment of Universal Pictures' successful "American Pie" franchise. Jones joins Jason Biggs, Seann William Scott, Eugene Levy and Alyson Hannigan in the Jesse Dylan-directed film, which was written by Adam Herz. [...]

[22.11.2002] DH meldet...
'Mick Dundee' has a report on one sequence we can expect to see in the third "American Pie" flick:
"Today a guest actor came to speak to us a our Uni class at Screen Gems..his name was Nick Searcy. He was just coming off working on the new Bernie Mac/Chris Rock movie - "Head of State", about Chris Rock becoming president of the USA and he is about to start work on the 'mega production' (as he calls it) , which is "The Runaway Jury". Okay, he had a cool story to tell about "American Pie 3", and by all counts, thats the title they are still using. He was sent the script and was given a scene that involved this:
'The boys (refering to Stifller, Jim, finch and kevin) walk into a gay bar and come up to a guy called 'bear', the character Searcy was offered. He said it called for the boys to take a look at Bears very hairy chest...and to ask why he dosn't just shave it..and he says he dosn't have to because (then he turns around to flash them), as his arse is in such good shape... and it called for him to wear those type of trousers with the holes for the buttocks to show through...
So Searcy says he does the screen test and they send it to the stuido and it comes back that he is playing the scene too much and it's offending to gay people.. well, he says' I can't play gay any differently, when my arse is sticking out of my pants'..it was funny..everyone in the class were chocking on laughter.. so i presume the scene is still in the movie.. and I think this ties into the whole wedding concept.. I guess it's one of their bucks night... and they must walk into the wrong bar."


[13.10.2002] Der TV-Sender Pro 7 zeigt "American Pie" um 20.15 Uhr als Free-TV Premiere...

[10.10.2002] AICN meldet...
Alyson Hannigan was on Carson Daily this morning and she is, indeed, in the film. The movie is tentatively titled, "American Wedding," and filming begins in January 2003, for a summer 2003 release. Hannigan says she's as excited about this one as she was over the first. She says the script is wonderful, and that she was never contractually obliged to do an "American" sequel, but she took the second and third because she thought they were both excellent screenplays (I'm sure her paycheck wasn't bad, either). It was also heavily hinted at by both Carson and Alyson that the wedding in "American Wedding" is between Jim (Jason Biggs, who is returning) and Alyson's flute playing sex-freak with the heart of gold, Michelle. Seann William Scott is coming back as Stifler - I'm guessing he'll be the best man at the wedding - and Eugene Levy will return as Jim's dad. From the sounds of it, no other original cast member will return. This smells of a tamed down PG-13 summer romantic comedy, to me. [...]

[08.08.2002] CS! meldet...
Universal Pictures has put together the pieces of American Pie 3, according to Variety. Jason Biggs, Alyson Hannigan and Eugene Levy have signed to reprise their roles. They join Seann William Scott, who came on board earlier this week to reprise his role as Stifler. Jesse Dylan (How High) is negotiating to direct the script by Adam Herz.
The second sequel has been in the hatching stages for some time, but the dealmaking was complex. None of the players had sequel options that ran beyond American Pie 2, and all parties sought an extra large piece of the pie, adds the trade.
The project will begin filming in January for an August 2003 release.


[24.07.2002] Moviehole meldete kürzlich...
Hugh Grant looks set to star in "American Pie 3". Chris and Paul Weitz, who directed Grant in "About a Boy" have asked Grant to star in "American Pie 3", which will be their next picture. Grant's unlikely to be shagging Pie's for this one though saying "'Nobody wants to have sex with a shepherd's pie" (Divine Brown's not much worse Hugh). The third film, will also reunite also the major male members from the first two films, but the plan is to keep the girl's out of the picture this time. [...]

[24.05.2002] Bei Cinema Confidential gibt es erste Infos zum "American Pie 3"-Drehbuch...
[...] the first draft of the script was placed into the hands of Universal execs, and that it has the sex-driven gang from Great Falls High reuniting, as the script is decorated with wedding bells and bachelor parties, dealing with the next logical progression of any relationship - marriage.
You want more? The only other thing we can reveal is that ALL of the female characters have been WRITTEN OUT of the first draft of the script. So without Shannon Elizabeth or Tara Reid flashing their goods, you gotta wonder what's in store for the guys this time around...


[01.12.2001] Coming Soon! berichtet über "American Pie 3"...

[30.09.2001] Die "American Pie 2"-Kritiken bei ciao.com sprechen für sich...

[27.09.2001] Heute startet "American Pie 2" in den deutschen Kinos...

[25.09.2001] Im UIP Movieclub gibt es ein Gewinnspiel zum Film, sowie das Video "3 Doors Down: Be like that"...

[28.08.2001] "American Pie 2" hat mittlerweile 109.6 Mio. US-$ eingespielt und belegt immer noch Platz #1 der Boxoffice-Charts... Siehe u.a. BBC...

[21.08.2001] Obwohl "American Pie 2" an den US-Kinokassen kräftig absahnt, wird gemunkelt (siehe Chicago Sun Times, Coming Soon!), dass "American Pie 3" die Produzenten wohl zu teuer käme... Dies läge daran, dass die Akteure aus Teil 1 zwar für Teil 2 schon mit unterschrieben hätten, aber (dummerweise) nicht für Teil 3... Die Gagenforderungen würden den Rahmen wohl sprengen... Na, na... Erst mal abwarten...

[13.08.2001] "American Pie 2" hat am Startwochenende 45.1 Mio. US-$ eingespielt und schaffte es damit auf Anhieb auf Platz #1 der Boxoffice-Charts...

[12.08.2001] Bei JAM! Movies und Yahoo! Movies gibt es weitere Kritiken...

[11.08.2001] Bei MovieFreak.com, The Hollywood Hostel und Gyeah.com gibt es weitere Kritiken...

[10.08.2001] Bei DH, MHN, Guerilla Film und Box Office Prophets gibt es weitere Kritiken... Bei IJunket gibt es Quicktime-Interviews mit den Darstellern: Interview #1 (5.6MB), Interview #2 (9.0MB), Interview #3 (12MB), Interview #4 (12MB), Interview #5 (9.3MB) und Interview #6 (9.2MB)...

[09.08.2001] Bei DH gibt es eine weitere Filmkritik...

[08.08.2001] Bei DH gibt es zwei Interviews mit Jason Biggs und Alyson Hannigan...

[07.08.2001] Bei DH gibt es diesmal eine eher negative Kritik von "American Pie 2"... SPOILER !!!

[04.08.2001] Bei DH gibt es eine positive Kritik von "American Pie 2"... Kleinere SPOILER !!!

[31.07.2001] Der ""American Pie 2"-Soundtrack" wird heute veröffentlicht... Jetzt bestellen !!!

[28.07.2001] Die Offizielle Website zu "American Pie 2" ist gestartet...

[22.07.2001] Bei PieMovie2.com gibt es neben viele brandheissen Infos auch das unterhaltsame Shockwave-Spiel Shooting Blanks...


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