Pineapple Express was a comedic success back in 2008, taking in a solid $87 million at the domestic box office, from just a $27 million budget. Seth Rogen, who starred in the stoner comedy with James Franco, recently revealed he would like to do a sequel.
Seth Rogen is interested in making a Pineapple Express sequel
"I don't think it's so precious that I wouldn't want to ruin it with a sequel. So yeah, I would be [into it]. We talk about it. We joke around about it."
Back in February 2010, James Franco indicated some "practical steps are being taken to actually make it happen," referring to a Pineapple Express sequel. Seth Rogen co-wrote the Pineapple Express script with Evan Goldberg, but it isn't known if the writing duo will tackle the sequel script.
Pineapple Express was released August 6th, 2008 and stars Seth Rogen, James Franco, Danny McBride, Kevin Corrigan, Craig Robinson, Gary Cole, Rosie Perez, Ed Begley Jr.. The film is directed by David Gordon Green.