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Calling it 'a crazy idea,' 'Jump Street' co-director Phil Lord says the proposed crossover is still possible.
Looks like Schmidt and Jenko are going undercovers again as the script is being worked on by Rodney Rothman.
Snatching the crown from defending champion 'Lorax', the comedy movie grosses a solid $36.3 million, which is the biggest opening ever for a non-sequel R-rated comedy movie.
Swapping their policemen uniforms with formal attire, the Jenko and Schmidt depicters are seen oozing masculinity as they arrived to the screening event at the Grauman's Chinese Theatre.
Lead actor Jonah Hill confirms that the yet-to-be-released comedy movie will have a follow-up since Columbia Pictures has given a greenlight and the screenplay is already in the works.
The snippet features a scene where Hill and Tatum are forced to swallow drugs before ending up groping each others' throat in a toilet to throw up the drugs.
Explaining the term 'The Untold Story' used in the marketing campaign of the superhero movie, Webb says that he wants people to know that 'this isn't a remake of Sam Raimi's movie.'
While the '21 Jump Street' ad is filled with more funny scenes featuring Jonah Hill, the 'Safe House' sneak peek is loaded with high-octane actions involving Ryan Reynolds and Denzel Washington.
The Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum-starring movie will be screened at this year's SXSW, along with Chris Hemsworth's 'Cabin in the Woods' and Matthew McConaughey's 'Killer Joe' among others.
Hill and Tatum play two potty-mouthed cops whose youthful looks enable them to go undercover in a local high school to chase some troubled youngsters.
The two actors suit up to portray cops going undercover in high schools and colleges in the movie adaptation of Johnny Depp's famous TV series.
The actor is confirmed to make an unspecified cameo in the big screen version of Fox's TV series.