This trailer showsJenko and Schmidt as college students while tracking down a drug dealer. The trailer reveals that the sequel set-up is similar to that of "21 Jump Street". And many other things in "22 Jump Street" are similar to the original, including cameos by Nick Offerman, Rob Riggle and Dave Franco.
"Nobody gave a shit about the Jump Street reboot, but you got lucky. So now this department has invested a lot of money to make sure Jump Street keeps going," says Nick Offerman's Deputy Chief Hardy in the trailer.
Watch the slightly NSFW trailer for "22 Jump Street" now!
Holding off a nice run from "22 Jump Street," the romantic comedy "Think Like a Man Too" took the top spot this weekend with a $30 million open ... Source: cnn
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Jun 23 2014, 1:53pm CDT
Sony Pictures owned the box office this weekend with the two top movies. Kevin Hart's "Think Like A Man Too" may not have made as big a splash as expected; however, the film still topped the weekend making $30 million. That's slightly less than the first film. "Think Like A Man" brought in $33.6 million when it debuted in 2012. Still, the movie helps continue Hart's hot streak at theaters. His previo ... Source: Business Insider
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Jun 22 2014, 7:55pm CDT
22 Jump Street opened with $60 million last weekend, good for the fifth-biggest live-action comedy debut of all-time. The Channing Tatum/Jonah Hill action comedy is in rare company in that it is a comedy somewhat expected to perform like a blockbuster. Can it enter the rarified realm of blockbuster comedy sequels? Well, with that [...] ... Source: Forbes Real Time
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Jun 17 2014, 8:00am CDT
It sounds like snarky criticism to say that the best thing about 22 Jump Street is the end. But everyone is talking about the sequel's credits, whether they think the movie that comes before it is also worthwhile or not. They are a perfect finishing touch to an already meta piece of comedic entertainment and probably the most memorable conclusion of its kind since the blooper reel at the back of The Ca ... Source: movies.com
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Jun 16 2014, 7:14pm CDT
"22 Jump Street," starring Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum as cops who return to college undercover, collected 60 million dollars (USD) in ticket sales at domestic theaters over the weeken ... Source: WSB Radio
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Jun 16 2014, 6:40pm CDT
It sounded like a terrible idea. Take an '80s TV show that was responsible for making Johnny Depp a heartthrob, and turn it into an action comedy. While Jonah Hill had proven himself funny in Superbad, Cyrus and the underrated Funny People, he was bringing Channing Tatum along for the ride, and none of us knew what to make of it... until we saw the film.
The movie made $138 million and scored an 85 percent on Rotten Tomatoes. So, Hollywood did a lot of soul searc ... Source: movies.com
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Jun 16 2014, 6:03pm CDT
The Screen Rant editorial team is back with episode one-hundred forty-eight of the Screen Rant Underground podcast.
Join host Ben Kendrick, fellow SR editors Rob Keyes, Anthony Ocasio, and Kofi Outlaw as we review 22 Jump Street, discuss the rumored DC Movie schedule (including Shazam, Wonder Woman, a Flash/Green Lantern team-up, & more) as well as offer our impressions of the Dumb and Dumber To trailer.
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Jun 16 2014, 5:50pm CDT
Highlights: Godzilla (WB) lords over China with $38.4M open; Edge Of Tomorrow (WB) stilil sharp with $37.3M; Maleficent (DIS) adds $37.2M; How To Train Your Dragon 2 enters 28 markets with $24.4M (total $26.1M); X-Men: Days Of Future Past (FOX) flies over $450M; The Fault In Our Stars (FOX) shines with $16.1M; 22 Jump Street cops to $7M; Noah (PAR) enters Japanese waters, crosses $250M; More…
UPDATE, 3:44 PM, PT: Final numbers are in for Sony’s 22 Jump Street, Fox/DreamWorks Animation’s Ho ... Source: DeadlineFull article at: DeadlineJun 16 2014, 5:44pm CDT
Apple responds to security threat allegations by Chinese media
Apple to Chinese TV company: Apple has never worked with any government agency from any country to create a backdoor in any of our products or services. We have also never allowed access to our servers. And we never will. It’s something we feel very strongly about.