Channing Tatum has revealed the one condition he had before agreeing to film 21 Jump Street. The actor starred alongside Jonah Hill in the comedy reboot, which followed two street cops who go undercover to infiltrate a dangerous high school drug ring. However, before signing on to star in the critically and commercially-praised movie and its eventual sequel, Channing had one condition. Speaking at the WSJ. Magazine's Innovator Awards, Channing said he would only agree to do the movie if his co-star and lauded funnyman Jonah Hill 'made him funny'.
Channing Tatum admits he had one condition before agreeing to 21 Jump Street
21 Jump Street () — Art of the Title
If you think what we do is worthwhile, please donate or become a member advertisement 21 Jump Street R - 7. A high school bully and his target Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill grow up to become bumbling police officers. They receive one final chance with the police force from their captain Ice Cube in a mission out of the Jump Street HQ: they have to infiltrate a high school, going undercover as students, in order to break up a drug ring. In the back of a limo, an inebriated teenage girl attempts to unzip the fly of an undercover police officer; he pushes her hands away. A few teenage girls at a high school wear short shorts and short skirts that reveal bare legs, along with some low-cut tops that reveal cleavage. At a school dance, many teenage girls wear low-cut dresses that reveal cleavage. We see the bare chest and back of a teen boy in a video, showing that he has taken a new drug called HFS please see the Substance Use category for more details.
Let's Talk About the Best Part of '22 Jump Street': The End Credits
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Amongst the mix of drugs, sex, horse cock, and explosions on the order of ridiculous, there lies a masterful choreography of color and motion. Regardless, Brian Mah's creative team met the challenge and delivered a fitting swansong containing just the right amount of R-rated content while giving a reverent nod to the original series creator, Stephen J. Chillax bros, the popped collar is real! So one thought we had initially was to do the Jump Street show end titles idea and to work in little clips.