'How High' Sequel Details Emerge, Again Starring Method Man and Redman

After more than 17 years from the original.

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Method Man and Redman‘s 2001 stoner classic How High is officially getting a sequel from MTV. The movie, which will not be in theaters, will see Red and Meth return as two young business-savvy stoners adventuring through Atlanta to find some missing weed.

The trip soon turns into the uncovering of a vast government conspiracy — a far cry from the original film — which saw the two smoke fertilized ash of their friend to score high enough grades to get into Harvard University. Written by Family Guy writers Artie Johann and Shawn Ries, the film is slated to begin shooting on-site later during this summer.

At time of writing, the original How High holds a Metacritic score of 29, while IMDB gives it a rating of 6.3/10.

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