The East Great Falls class of 1999 are coming back together for a good old-fashioned "American Reunion."
The first teaser for the fourth installment of the "American Pie" comedy series hit the Internet, courtesy of People.com, and the 60-second clip features a montage of pics of the main characters posing in a photo booth at their high-school reunion. "Get ready for one last slice," the video teases in a voiceover.
Starring Jason Biggs, Alyson Hannigan, Chris Klein, Mena Suvari, Thomas Ian Nicholas, Tara Reid, Seann William Scott and Eddie Kaye Thomas, the final movie in the "Pie" series follows the beloved characters as they come together for their 10-year reunion. A recently released plot synopsis teases that things aren't so different for the old friends a decade later; Finch (Kaye Thomas), for one, is still longing for Stifler's (Scott) mom.
It turns out that the bond among the castmembers is also just as strong, even so many years after they filmed the '99 original. People.com caught up with Scott and Biggs, and they talked about the impact "American Pie" has had on their lives.
"We realized that no matter how much we may have changed individually, as a group, we will always be connected and have a special chemistry that arises immediately when we're together," Biggs said.
According to Scott, that involves a lot of boys being boys. "In many respects, we've grown up a lot," he said. "But on the other hand, we haven't grown up at all. On set, Jason Biggs was farting up a storm, Chris Klein was belching, and Eddie Kaye Thomas and Biggs were hitting each other in [the groin]."
Directed by [article id="1635330"]"Harold & Kumar" helmers[/article] Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg, "American Reunion" has reunited its original cast en masse: Eugene Levy, Natasha Lyonne, Shannon Elizabeth and Jennifer Coolidge are all back. Newcomers Katrina Bowden and Chad Ochocinco also hit the reunion when the movie opens in theaters on April 6, 2012.
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