When “American Reunion,” the fourth movie in the “American Pie” series, comes to theatres April 6, it will be a reunion both onscreen and off.
The stars of the movies that pioneered a certain brand of raunchiness have seen wildly varying levels of success since 2003’s “American Wedding.”
Here’s a hint: you know how sometimes, the hot girl from high school kind of falls off the pedestal and the band geeks become millionaires?
That’s pretty much what we’ve got with this bunch.
Elizabeth has become a serious--and pretty successful--poker player. In 2005, she outplayed 91 people to win $120,000 at a New Year's Eve Poker Tournament at Caesars Palace.
She also appeared on season six of 'Dancing With the Stars' and kindled a romance with dance partner, Derek Hough, for over a year.
Later this year she's set to star alongside Kristen Wiig and Darren Criss in comedy 'Imogene.'
Seann William Scott is doing better than you thought he would. He starred in two underappreciated comedies: 'Role Models' and 'The Promotion.' (And in two other comedies, 'Dukes of Hazzard' and 'Mr. Woodcock,' that were appreciated exactly the correct amount.)
He also voices one of the characters in the upcoming 'Ice Age' sequel, a stint he's held since the first sequel.
Hooray for Hannigan! She retains a shred of her adorably nerdy 'Pie' personality as one of the leads on CBS's 'How I Met Your Mother.'
Thomas Ian Nicholas has been pretty well out of the spotlight. You let us know if we're missing something here.
Levy has had numerous cameos in film's and animated features including 'Cheaper by the Dozen 2,' Dreamworks' 'Over the Hedge' and 'Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian.'
The reunion is still a few weeks away, for now, check out the marketing behind March's impending blockbuster.
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