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Channing Tatum Is “Dying” To Work On 23 Jump Street

By Binged Bureau - Jul 10, 2024 @ 07:07 pm

Channing Tatum has revealed that his discussions with Sony about 23 Jump Street are still going on. The actor starred alongside Jonah Hill in the 2012 comedy 21 Jump Street and its hit sequel, 22 Jump Street.

Tatum attended the premiere of his upcoming romantic drama, Fly Me to the Moon, on Monday. While talking to a reporter from Extra, the actor disclosed he’s “dying” to make 23 Jump Street.

“I’m dying for it to happen,” Tatum told Extra. “I was talking to (Tom) Rothman about it tonight. What’s hard is that we said when we finished the second movie that we weren’t going to make a third, because we thought the second movie might even be better than the first movie, which is rare.

22 Jump Street is indeed better than the first movie in terms of both critical and commercial reception. But it doesn’t mean that the first entry is bad. No, sir! Both Jump Street flicks are funny, raunchy, and entertaining as hell.

Fans have been clamoring for 23 Jump Street since Sony confirmed plans for the threequel’s large-scale and epic crossover with the Men In Black franchise. To this day, we don’t know the exact reason behind Sony’s decision to withhold the threequel’s development for so long. However, some believe that Sony’s infamous leak of emails about the developmental plans and a potential crossover with the MIB franchise in 2014 may have significantly stalled the development of 23 Jump Street. This infamous leak not only disclosed sensitive company information but also revealed ideas for future projects, including Miles Morales’ Spider-Man and the screenplay for James Bond’s Spectre.

With years gone by since that incident, fans’ desire for 23 Jump Street has only grown louder. It’s time for Sony to hear their pleas and reunite Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill on the big screen. In the meantime, catch up on the first two films: 21 Jump Street and 22 Jump Street, both available to stream on Prime Video.

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