American Pie: Reunion cast take London bus tour to celebrate sequel

16:56 16 April 2012

(Back row left to right) Chris Klein, Thomes Ian Nicholas and Eugene Levy, with (front row left to right) Tara Reid, Jennifer Coolidge, Sean William Scott, Jason Biggs, Eddie Kaye Thomas and Mena Suvari while on an open top bus in London to promote their new film, American Pie:Reunion

(Back row left to right) Chris Klein, Thomes Ian Nicholas and Eugene Levy, with (front row left to right) Tara Reid, Jennifer Coolidge, Sean William Scott, Jason Biggs, Eddie Kaye Thomas and Mena Suvari while on an open top bus in London to promote their new film, American Pie:Reunion

The cast of American Pie are back on board for a sequel and took a trip around London on a double-decker bus to celebrate their comeback.

Stars including Tara Reid, Jason Biggs, Mena Suvari and Chris Klein were in the capital to promote the follow-up to the hit 1999 teen comedy.

The new film sees some of the original cast, older but not necessarily wiser, return to their home town for a school reunion.

Suvari said filming American Pie: Reunion brought back happy memories of the first film in which she played Heather.

She said: “I remember when it came out.

“In the summer of ‘99 I was working in Minneapolis on Sugar & Spice, and I was sad that I missed the premiere. We were playing cheerleaders in the new film and shooting a football scene, so there were a couple thousand extras. All of a sudden, I started to hear people shouting ‘Choir Chick Heather’.

“It freaked me out, and then people wanted my autograph, which completely took me aback.”

Co-star Tara Reid said she enjoyed playing her character, Vicky, again.

She said: “It’s fun because I know Vicky so well.

“It’s like having your first pair of jeans and putting them right back on again.”

The film is released in the UK on May 2.

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