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We never really escape high school (movies).
The writing/directing team behind “21 Jump Street,” Phil Lord and Chris Miller, has signed a deal to make a high school reunion comedy with Sony, according to Variety. Miller will direct “The Reunion” from their script.
The duo, who first met at Dartmouth College, has been very busy since… Continue reading '21 Jump Street' Team Going Back to High School for Next Comedy
Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill are heading to college in 2014!
The two stars are teaming up for “21 Jump Street 2,” the sequel to their 2012 movie, which will hit theaters June 6, 2014, according to Deadline.
In the original, which was both a critical and commercial hit, Tatum and Hill played two police officers who go undercover at a high school to bust a drug dealer. In “21 Jump Street… Continue reading '21 Jump Street 2' Gets a Summer 2014 Release Date
Apparently today is Buddy-Cop Sequel Day, because we’ve got news of a trio of cop comedies all setting themselves up as franchises: 21 Jump Street, The Heat and Ride Along (shhh, no one tell Cop Out). The first one isn’t a surprise, but if you’re scratching your head about those last two it’s probably because neither one has come out yet. That’s not stopping their studios… Continue reading '21 Jump Street' Directors Set for Part Two; Two Other Buddy-Cop Comedies Plan Sequels As Well
“21 Jump Street” might have seemed like your typical R-rated comedy — the “Bridesmaids”-y debut at SXSW, the Apatow-infused cast – but beyond the obvious, the TV reboot featured one big surprise for ticket buyers this weekend: Johnny Depp. Yes, that Johnny Depp, one of the five biggest stars on the planet, shared jokes and bullets with Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum, as well as original Jump Streeters Peter DeLuise and… Continue reading Johnny Depp '21 Jump Street' Cameo: Inside The Star's Appearance In Big Screen Reboot