'American Reunion' Plot Details Revealed & Don't Sound Bad at All
Just last week we learned that the fourth installment of the American Pie series would be an American Reunion, and while we knew the original cast was expected to return, we finally got confirmation that Jason Biggs, Eugene Levy and Seann William Scott would officially be back. In addition, Thomas Ian Nicholas, Tara Reid, Chris Klein, Mena Suvari and Jennifer Coolidge were negotiating to return. Now we have some plot details for the flick which include just where we'll find some of these characters when they return to East Great Falls for their 10 year high school reunion and may have done a little bit of growing up.
What's Playing uncovered the details, and while they have some more extensive plot points listed, we're just going to highlight some of the finer points (beware of spoilers though). For example, Oz (Chris Klein) apparently made it big as a contestant on a Dancing with the Stars-type of show and lives in a Malibu mansion. Stifler (Scott) doesn't seem to be doing too well for himself as he works for a temp and can't really catch a break with the ladies anymore. The biggest plot point seems to involve Jim (Biggs) struggling with the fact that his grown up next door neighbor Kara has the hots for him. It might have to do with the fact that his little internet video from the first American Pie has made him an Internet sensation.
You can find more plot details at What's Playing, but be warned that they venture into spoiler territory. The good news is they include parts for the return of Finch (Eddie Kaye Thomas) and Michelle (Alyson Hannigan), even though they weren't mentioned as being in negotiations for the film yet. The other good news is they also say the film has a "a very funny storyline and seems to embody the heart that was present in the first film but missing in the sequels." I felt like American Wedding definitely had some heart in it, but I feel like having grown up at roughly the same rate as the stars of the film that this will hit a little closer to home. I'm definitely interested to see how this turns out. How about you?