21 Jump Street 2012

November 4, 2011 by staff 

21 Jump Street 2012, Teaming up for what appears to be a funny movie, Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill star in the upcoming “21 Jump Street.”

The film follows two guys named Schmidt (Jonah) and Jenko (Channing), who were once high school nemesis, but then they help each other while applying for the Police Academy.

Once you both do as the police are sent to a local high school together as undercover agents, whose goal is to eliminate drug addicts.

“21 Jump Street” hits theaters on March 16, 2012 and is an adaptation of the 80s classic TV show starring Johnny Depp.

It’s “21 Jump Street” just another movie based on a TV 80 of age? Judging by the trailer-red band that was just released for 2012 big-screen update of the hit series for a long time, let’s go around the bush and say it is much more than that.

Does the trailer left wondering what TV show was this? Click past the jump school and all the basics!

“21 Jump Street”, which ran for five seasons between 1987 and 1991, he starred in a baby-faced baby Johnny Depp as Tom Hanson-faced police. Hanson and his baby-faced cohorts, played by Peter DeLuise, Dustin Nguyen and Holly Robinson (Peete) were undercover as high school students to young infamous bursting and others who were in dire need of a moral lesson or two. 21 Jump Street was the headquarters address of these officers very cool.

Depp left the show after Season 4 (almost disappearing in the dark), and the role of hunky young police chief was in charge of the child’s face just under Richard Grieco as Dennis Booker. Booker then got his own spin-off show – “Booker” – which lasted one season.

“21 Jump Street” was co-created by Stephen J. Cannell, the prolific writer and producer ultimately responsible for shows like “The Rockford Files,” “The A-Team”, “Wiseguy,” and one of my personal favorites “Hunter.” It seems that Jonah Hill, who co-wrote ” 21JS “script of the film and stars with Channing Tatum, has honored the legacy Cannell, not a parody. Hill has grown to love this project for years, and told MTV News that the film is “an entirely new imagination of ’21 Jump Street ‘is.” As much as our 16 years of age, they loved the original, we think that it is not so bad.

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