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"F--k you, science!"
That’s right, it’s C-Tates rapping about how guys should say hi to each other now by brushing their hands across crotches.
Sony Pictures has given the green light for '23 Jump Street,' with or without Phil Lord and Chris Miller directing.
Our favorite YouTube mash-up artist is back with a video that asks, What if the '21 Jump Street' movies used the TV show's theme song?
At least two big cameos have already been filmed for '22 Jump Street,' as the sequel to the successful comedy once again tapped actors from the show.
The official plot synopsis for '22 Jump Street' sounds a lot like the first film, but it will still probably be hilarious.
Remember Richard Grieco? Of course you do! Well, he's an artist now and he's got some art he'd like to sell you.
Lost in all the comic book movie <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/tag/comic-con-2013" target="_blank">news at Comic Con 2013</a> was the revelation that <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/tag/21-jump-street" target="_blank">the sequel to Channing Tatum’s comedy hit</a>, 21 Jump Street, is not only still happening (and on pace for a June 13, 2014 release) but it will be called 22 Jump Street, <a href="http://moviesblog.mtv.com/2013/08/05/22-jump-street-directors-cameo/" target="_blank">because as co-director Phil Lord explained</a>, the undercover operation “moves across the street.
New York Times chief film critic A.
Yesterday morning, around 6:45 EST, Channing Tatum participated <a href="http://www.glamourmagazine.co.uk/celebrity/celebrity-galleries/2012/07/channing-tatum-twitter-interview#!image-number=6">in a Twitter Q&A with the UK’s Glamour Magazine</a>.
I meant to hit this little tidbit of “news” yesterday, but I was too busy opening my own custom furniture shop in Tampa, thanks to the inspiration that Magic Mike provided me.
With choices ranging from The Artist to Bikini Spring Break, there's plenty to discuss about this week's new DVDs.
To be fair, Jason Gedrick's Iron Eagle movies actually predate the success of Depp's "21 Jump Street," but the early 90s were a dark period for Gedrick, who basically lost his career to Johnny Depp the same way Josh Malina lost his to Nick Kroll.
Opening Everywhere: The Hunger Games Still in Theaters: 21 Jump Street.
Proving to the bizzy yet again that the C-Tates = C-Notes, <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2012/03/review-21-jump-street" target="_blank">21 Jump Street</a> took home an estimated $35 million in North America at the box office over the weekend, the second biggest opening for an R-rated comedy released outside of summer (behind Jackass 3D).
Opening Errwhere n Sh*t: 21 Jump Street, Casa de mi Padre, Jeff Who Lives at Home Opening Somewhere: The FP FilmDrunk Suggests: Did you know that <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2012/03/review-21-jump-street">Vince reviewed 21 Jump Street</a>.
If you’re a child of the late 80s/early 90s like me, then you’re fortunate enough to remember 1987, or as I like to call it – the year that changed TV forever.
For the record, I wanted to see 21 Jump Street even before I read <a href="http://deadspin.com/5892796/channing-tatum-is-funny-really-21-jump-street-reviewed" target="_blank">the Grierson & Leitch write-up</a>.