’23 Jump Street’ Goes ‘Men in Black’ and Gets Female-Driven Spinoff

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More news regarding the continuation – and expansion – of Sony’s “21 Jump Street” universe has been emerging over the last few weeks.

First, it was confirmed that Sony Pictures is developing a female-driven spinoff based on the original Fox series starring Johnny Depp and Peter DeLuise as undercover cops back in 1987 (until 1991).

Comedy Central’s “Broad City” writers and performers Lucia Aniello and Paul Downs are attached to write the spinoff series.

In addition to the news of the spinoff, it was also confirmed that a third installment of the “21 Jump Street” movie franchise is in the works – “23 Jump Street” – and it will reportedly let Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum’s characters cross over into the “Men in Black” universe.

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According to Rotten Tomatoes, the “Men in Black” crossover will serve as a spoof on the latest Hollywood movie trend, which includes re-launching a franchise with a “reboot,” then putting out a “sequel” (“22 Jump Street” was a spoof on that), and finally entering into a “cinematic universe” as part of which different movies tie into each others’ plotlines (think Marvel and “The Avengers”).

Rodney Rothman, who wrote the script for “22 Jump Street,” is attached to write the third film as well, while the directing team from the first two movies – Phil Lord and Christopher Miller – will produce “23 Jump Street” with Neal Moritz, Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum.



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