Maybe he gets caught up in a kidnapping mystery of his own. Maybe he just spends the whole movie rolling strikes and pointing at partner Liam. Either way, it would be hilarious. Dios mio, maing.
7. Sequel to: Harold & Kumar Go to White CastleCharacter:
Neil Patrick Harris (Neil Patrick Harris)Why:
Around Oscar time everyone starts talking about how "brave" certain performances are. For instance, last year everyone kept saying how brave Hillary Swank's performance as a female boxer was. Actually, pretending to be a female boxer was "a good career move," playing yourself as a hooker-biting coke fiend, now that is some brave shit. Funny too.Pitch: Doogie & Kumar Go to Sonic
Kumar (the about to blow up Kal Penn) drops the wet blanket Harold and starts partying with Neil Patrick Harris. Now that Harris' career has been revived by that
How I Met Your Mother
show, there's plenty of money to spend and plenty of drugs to spend it on. Oh, and since we're in spin-off territory, they fly to LA and beat the shit out of the two guys from Dude Where' My Car?
6. Sequel to: Austin PowersCharacter:
Mini-Me (Verne Troyer)Why:
Because this one should have been in the works long before Verne Troyer's popularity doubled after urinating on the floor of the The Surreal Life
house while naked on a scooter in front of Peter Brady. Oh, also, because midgets are funny.Pitch:
Tired of being in Powers' shadow (mostly because its freezing there for a little guy), Mini-Me heads out on his own adventure. He befriends a mute Asian street corner newspaper peddler and a stripper with a heart of gold. Literally-its made of gold and, as such, her pimp, played by Dave Chappelle, is stone cold after the bitch. A Christmas Day release.
5. Sequel to: Rain ManCharacter:
Rain Man (Dustin Hoffman)Why:
Okay, so maybe it doesn't necessarily qualify as a spin-off if the titular character from the first one is the star of the second. However, the problem with the first