It's been 10 years since Napoleon and Kip first stepped foot into Rex’s dojo.
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In 2004, director Jared Hess brought his unique take on Idaho adolescence to the Sundance Film Festival. Since then, the surprise smash has spawned countless pop-culture references, boat loads of merchandise and even a short-lived animated series, featuring original cast members.
To celebrate the decade of Dynamite, last month a bronze statue featuring the oft-quoted character in a “VOTE FOR PEDRO” t-shirt was unveiled at a small “Napoleon” reunion, and this week, Stephanie Kahan tweeted a picture of her and cast members Jon Heder, Tina Majorino, Haylie Duff and Efren Ramirez.
So what have these four been up to since Sundance?
Heder saw a lot of screen time immediately following the 2004 film, starring in comedies like “Benchwarmers” and “Blades of Glory.” While his silver screen presence slowed a bit since “Blades,” Heder has kept busy with television and voiceover work. IMDb lists him as being involved in nine different projects between now and 2015, so plan on seeing a lot more of Mr. Heder in the coming months.
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