'Lebowski 2' Revelation Comes From World's Worst Source: Tara Reid

There's going to be The Big Lebowki 2! (says Tara Reid). It's going to start filming this year! (says Tara Reid). Breaking news coming from the mouth of Tara Reid is a bit of a mixed blessing. On the one hand, if she says something newsworthy, you have to report it, but on the other hand, it's Tara Reid, so whatever she says is probably more the result of a chemically-induced haze than it is one of her weekend getaways in reality. So take this news with a whole underground mine full of salt. There's going to be The Big Lebowki 2! (says Tara Reid). It's going to start filming this year! (says Tara Reid). Does Tara Reid know something that we don't? After wading through 60 seconds of rambling (the Lebowski comment is at 1:00 or so), it's pretty clear, that no, Ms. Reid doesn't know anything we don't. Nor does she know a lot of the things that we do. Unfortunately, upon Reid's stating her intention of filming Lebowski 2 this year, the faceless reporter balks and instead follows up on her statement that she will also be working on American Pie 4 this year. So, no real clarity there, though we can all scoot to the edge of our seats for American Pie 4: Jason Biggs' Death Rattle early next year. A cursory search for any news or developments that would corroborate Ms. Reid's statement turned up nothing aside from the typical fanboy wishful thinking. It is possible though that the project is a closely-guarded secret, and Reid just screwed up and let the cat out of the bag. That I would believe.(FilmDrunk)

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