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If you look at Christmas movies, there are certain things in them that lend themselves to a 'Harold & Kumar' movie. In particular, the more out-of-this-world things like Santa Claus and flying reindeer. ---->>>

One of the things that made 'American Pie' great was also the sexiness of it. ---->>>

When you hit 30, it's that time of self-reflection. Some people are a success. Some people feel like they haven't achieved what they wanted to. Some people are married, some have kids, some are still single. ---->>>

It wasn't a conscious decision to actually make a movie about Guantanamo Bay. It was a device. ---->>>

I just went to Hebrew school, had a bar mitzvah. No crazy weird Jewish cult. ---->>>

If you think that something worked and your directing partner doesn't think so, then maybe you have to re-think what you were doing. ---->>>

There's an art to stupid comedy. There's an art to offensive comedy, and I think the key is it's just gotta make you laugh. ---->>>

A lot of times in movies, especially in sequels, the characters become caricatures and just sort of improv machines and joke machines, rather than people you can actually connect to. ---->>>

When you watch the first 'American Pie' movie, you're like... 'I know that jock who's kind of sweet and has a girlfriend, and I know that weird off-beat kid.' ---->>>


Nationality: American
Born: 06-09, 1978
Birthplace: Livingston, New Jersey
Occupation: Director

Hayden Schlossberg (born June 9, 1978) is an American screenwriter/director/producer from Randolph, New Jersey who became well known for co-writing Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle, as well as co-writing, co-directing, and co-producing Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay, both with Jon Hurwitz (wikipedia)