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Latest Red Band Trailer For 22 Jump Street
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10 April 2014  |  Written by James White  |  Source: Sony

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Despite the fact that it doesn't arrive until June in the States and here, 22 Jump Street has apparently posted its final Red Band trailer online. We’ll believe it when we see it, but frankly it’s just nice to have some extra time to spend with Schmidt and Jenko. Be prepared for bad language and the sight of Channing Tatum rummaging around in Jonah Hill’s shorts. 

Looking to apply the same veneer of madness, knowing meta winks and Ice Cube being a hardass to our eager beaver cops as its predecessor, 22 Jump Street finds Hill and Tatum headed to college, ready to apply what they’ve learned so far as they try to break another drugs ring. Of course, it’ll mean fully immersing themselves in college life, with all the parties, sports and girls that implies. And, because these two became so close in the last film, tension flares up, which results in them hitting counselling together to save their working partnership.

Despite this being essentially a greatest hits compilation of previous Red Band promos, it hasn’t stopped some of the jokes being great, even if some of them are blink-and-you’ll miss them here, like Mexican Wolverine…

With Phil Lord and Chris Miller back marshalling the stupidity and a cast that includes Street veterans Dave Franco, Nick Offerman and Rob Riggle, 22 Jump Street hits our screens on June 6 before heading to the US for a June 13 release.


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