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Seth Rogan and James Franco ( REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni)

A sequel to the stoner movie Pineapple Express just might be in the works.

E Online is reporting that, while a Pineapple sequel has been talked about for a while, it's now sounding like it just might actually happen.

I don't think it's so precious that I wouldn't want to ruin it with a sequel, Seth Rogan told the E! News.

So yeah, I would be [into it]. We talk about it. We joke around about it, Rogan added.

Rosie Perez, the actress who played the crooked cop pursuing Rogan and James Franco, is also reportedly on board to for the flick.

I would love to do a sequel with those guys . . . they are a lot of fun, Rosie Perez, 47, told E! News.

Perez goes on to say how shooting the 2008 film was rather tough for her, considering that her father had just passed at the time.

It was a tough time for me doing that. My father had passed and it was really difficult. They were really kind, especially Seth. They were so kind and so accommodating. So I have really good memories about that experience because it could have been horrible. A reunion, that would be fun! Perez said.

In addition to Perez and Rogan, Pineapple Express writer Evan Goldberg has also said he's loosening up to the idea of a sequel.

Everyone has always wanted to do it, me and Seth were very hesitant, but frankly I was the driving force behind that hesitancy, Goldberg told the network.

But now that it sounds like everyone is on board for the Pineapple sequel, audiences can be sure to look forward to another round of laughs provoked by bong hits and blunders.

And while most stoner movies have certain elements and themes in common, that of which consist of two male friends who smoke, or are attempting to get their hands on marijuana and have some sort of task to complete, Pineapple Express certainly fits that mold.

Here are 5 other popular stoner movies.

1. Dazed and Confused

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Released in 1993, Dazed and Confused depicts a group of teenagers during the last day of school in 1976. The film's large ensemble cast featured a number of future stars, including Matthew McConaughey, Jason London, Ben Affleck, and Milla Jovovich. The film grossed less than $8 million at the U.S. box office, but in recent years has achieved cult film status.

2. Half Baked

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Starring Dave Chappelle, Jim Breuer, this 1998 stoner flick's plot surrounds Thurgood Jenkins (Dave Chappelle) and his friends as they are forced into selling marijuana in order to bail their friend Kenny (Williams) out of jail. Half Baked hit U.S. theaters on January 16, 1998, grossing $7,722,540 in its opening weekend (number six; number one at that weekend was Titanic.)

3. Dude Where's My Car

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Released in 2000, Dude Where's My Car stars Ashton Kutcher and Seann William Scott as two young men who find themselves wasted and forget where they parked their car. Although the film was panned by critics, it was a modest box-office success and has since managed to develop a cult following after its DVD release.

4. How High

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How High is a 2001 stoner comedy starring hip-hop artists Method Man and Redman. The plot is centered around two underachieving pot smokers: Silas (Method Man) and Jamal Redman.

5. Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle

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In 2004, Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle hit theatres with critical stoner acclaim. The story follows Harold Lee (John Cho) and Kumar Patel (Kal Penn) as they decide to go to the fast food chain White Castle after smoking cannabis, but end up on a series of comical misadventures when they cannot find the restaurant.