American Reunion
American Reunion 01
Theatrical release poster
  • Jon Hurwitz
  • Hayden Schlossberg
  • Adam Herz (characters)
  • Jon Hurwitz
  • Hayden Schlossberg
Exec. Producer
  • Louis G. Friedman
  • Adam Herz
  • Chris Weitz
  • Paul Weitz
  • Chris Moore
  • Craig Perry
  • Chris Weitz
  • Warren Zide
  • Jason Biggs
  • Alyson Hannigan
  • Chris Klein
  • Thomas Ian Nicholas
  • Tara Reid
  • Seann William Scott
  • Mena Suvari
  • Eddie Kaye Thomas
  • John Cho
  • Jennifer Coolidge
  • Natasha Lyonne
    Dania Ramirez
  • Katrina Bowden
    Jay Harrington
  • Ali Cobrin
    Chuck Hittinger
  • and Eugene Levy
Save the best piece for last
United States
Universal Pictures
Distributed By
Universal Pictures
Released on
April 6, 2012
$50 million

American Reunion is a 2012 comedy that is the first true sequel to the original trilogy of American Pie, American Pie 2, and American Wedding, and the eighth film overall. Scheduled for an April 6, 2012 release date, "Reunion" will be the first film since "American Pie 2" to feature the original cast. Also Nadia, Oz, Heather, Jessica, Chuck Sherminator and Vicky has not appeared in "Wedding". The dvd box cover is the same as the first film dvd cover and the characters are in the same place in first film cover and Reunion film cover.


Thirteen years after graduating high school, Jim Levenstein (Jason Biggs), Chris "Oz" Ostreicher (Chris Klein), Kevin Myers (Thomas Ian Nicholas), Paul Finch (Eddie Kaye Thomas), and Steve Stifler (Seann William Scott) have moved on with adult life and responsibilities. Jim is married to Michelle (Alyson Hannigan) and they have a two-year-old son, Evan. Oz is an NFL sportscaster living in Los Angeles with his supermodel girlfriend Mia (Katrina Bowden). Kevin is married to Ellie and works from home as an architect. Finch has supposedly gone missing, and Stifler works as a temp at an investment firm.

When former classmate John (John Cho), the latter half of the 'MILF' duo, organizes a "Class of 1999" high school reunion in East Great Falls, Jim and Michelle arrive at Jim's old home, where his father Noah (Eugene Levy) is now a widower after the death of Jim's mother three years prior. Jim encounters his neighbor Kara (Ali Cobrin), who he used to babysit and is soon to turn 18. Jim meets up with Oz, Kevin and Finch at a bar, where they meet Selena (Dania Ramirez), a former classmate and Michelle's friend from band camp. Stifler unknowingly happens across the group, and joins them for weekend activities.

The next day, the group goes to the beach. Oz meets his high school girlfriend, Heather (Mena Suvari), who is dating a heart surgeon named Ron (Jay Harrington), while Kevin reconnects with Vicky (Tara Reid). The guys have an altercation with Kara's boyfriend A.J. (Chuck Hittinger) and his friends, which ends with Stifler defecating in their beer cooler and destroying their jet skis. That night, the guys and girls, minus Michelle, go to the falls where they encounter a high school party celebrating Kara's birthday. Jim is forced to drive an intoxicated Kara home, who tries to seduce him. Oz, Finch, and Stifler come help Jim secretly return Kara back home past her parents, but A.J. spots them sneaking out. A hungover Kevin wakes up in a bed next to Vicky naked and assumes they had sex.

The next day, Stifler tries to throw a party like in high school, but finds everyone else has outgrown this. Jim and Michelle, who have been having a lackluster sex life, attend with a plan to recreate their prom night. They bring Noah to help him out of his depression; he later becomes intoxicated as a result of Stifler, and encounters Stifler's mother Jeanine (Jennifer Coolidge). The two hit it off immediately while chatting about their sons, and even get high. Kevin confronts Vicky about the night before, but she discloses it was not sexual and is upset that he would assume such a thing. Mia takes ecstasy while Ron humiliates Oz by showing a DVD of his loss as a contestant on Celebrity Dance-Off. When Heather goes to comfort Oz, they attempt to rekindle their previous relationship, but are interrupted by Mia, who gets in a fight with Heather. Jim and Michelle decide to role play, but Jim is confronted by Kara trying again to seduce him, followed by a hostile A.J. and his friends. The two conflicting groups have a fight on the front lawn, which is disrupted by police officers, who arrest Finch for stealing a motorcycle. Stifler laughs at him, thinking he's finally gotten revenge on Finch for sleeping with his mother. The other guys call him out on it; in retaliation, Stifler questions why they didn't bother to catch up with him for so long, or even inform him about them coming home for the reunion. They reply that it was because somehow Stifler would find a way to mess it up, leaving Stifler hurt and depressed, and prompting him to call off the party.

Mia leaves Oz, Stifler decides to skip the reunion for work, and Michelle goes to her grandmother's. When Jim tells his father about their lack of sex, he is told they need to make time for each other. At the reunion, Finch admits that he is an assistant manager at Staples and stole the motorcycle from his boss when he didn't receive a raise that was promised. The guys then see the senior wishlist and read Stifler's wish, which stated: "Hopes to keep the party going with his boys." Guilt-ridden about what they did to Stifler, the boys go to Stifler's place of work and apologize to him, stating that he is their friend; without him, high school would not have been any fun. Stifler is emboldened by this and quits his job, but not before telling off his antagonistic boss, and attends the reunion. Kevin reconciles with Vicky, Finch gets together with Selena, Oz reunites with Heather, and Jim reconciles with Michelle. Stifler is asked to be a party planner for a wedding for his former lacrosse mates (which he graciously accepts) and meets Finch's mother, Rachel (Rebecca De Mornay). Stifler sees this as his opportunity to get even with Finch, and ultimately he and Rachel proceed to have sex on the football field. As this goes on, John is reunited with his estranged buddy, Justin (Justin Isfeld) and together they look on and chant their signature word 'MILF' over and over again.

The next morning, the friends gather at Dog Years, where Jim encounters Kara and both apologize for their behavior. Oz plans to stay in town with Heather, Finch plans a trip with Selena to Europe, and Stifler plays coy about banging Finch's mom. They all agree to gather once a year to catch up.

In a post credit scene, Noah and Jeanine are at a movie, where Noah awkwardly puts his around Jeanine as a romantic gesture. She is flattered by this and performs fellatio on him, much to Noah's satisfaction.

Character UpdatesEdit

  • Jim and Michelle now have a two-year old son.[1]
  • Kevin Myers is married and works from home as an architect.[2]
  • Chris "Oz" Ostreicher has moved to a beach house in Malibu and works as a sportscaster on an NFL show.[3]
  • Katrina Bowden plays Oz's girlfriend, an "L.A. party girl type".[4]
  • Jay Harrington plays Heather's boyfriend who is a doctor.[5]
  • Charlene Amoia plays Kevin's wife.[6]
  • Jim works at an ad company.
  • Vicky is an architect and lives in New York.
  • Jessica is now a lesbian.
  • Nadia has a boyfriend that has a striking resemblance to Jim.
  • Stifler formerly worked as a temp at an investment firm. He is now a professional party planner.
  • Jeanine Stifler and Noah Levenstein start dating.


  • Katrina Bowden as Mia
  • Jay Harrington as Dr. Ron
  • Zane Wind as Mitch
  • Charlene Amoia as Ellie Myers
  • Dania Ramirez as Selena Vega
  • Ali Cobrin as Kara
  • Jennifer Bell as Madison
  • Autumn Dial as Alexa
  • Chuck Hittinger as A.J.
  • Vik Sahay as Stifler's boss
  • Natasha Lyonne as Jessica
  • Justin Isfeld as Justin
  • Rebecca De Mornay as Rachel Finch




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