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.
"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.