Go Awkwardly Behind The Scenes Of American Reunion

Fair warning: if you watch the below featurette about American Reunion, you should be prepared to contemplate your own rapidly advancing age and the fact that youthful energy quickly turns into 30-something people spouting off pre-approved PR points. Not that I expect the actual movie to turn out that way, but this "behind-the-scenes" look at the next American Pie movie just constantly rings of responsible adults doing their responsible duty by responsibly promoting their movie, which in turn will responsibly boost their careers. I'm looking forward to this movie as much as anyone, maybe even more so, but there's only so much you can do with Mena Suvari saying something like "It's an incredible feat that they were able to get original cast" with completely expressionless eyes. Check out more where that came from in the video below.

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Why does Thomas Ian Nicholas seem like the only one who's been living a normal, respectable life for the last 10 years? Why is the character of Finch still acting older than his age, but now he's 30-going-on-60 instead of 18-going-on-30. Why does nobody talk to Tara Reid for this thing? So many mysteries, and yet none of this really seems like it's going to matter in American Reunion, which is going to be just as much about nostalgia as this video makes it seem. If The Muppets made a fortune capitalizing on 70s and 80s nostalgia, American Reunion is going to do the same for 1999-- and those of us who were in high school back then are going to lap it up, no matter how many awkward behind the scenes videos they release.

American Reunion is coming to theaters on April 6 next year. You probably already know by now if you're going to see it.

Katey Rich

Staff Writer at CinemaBlend