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21 Jump Street
Originally posted 10/24/2015 01:25PM
Was it something he ate?
Originally posted 04/30/2015 12:15AM
Get ready to jump for joy.
Originally posted 06/04/2014 08:10AM
Jonah Hill was a guest on The Tonight Show Tuesday, and spoke candidly to host Jimmy Fallon about his recent controversy, which involved his being videotaped this past weekend using a homophobic slur against a paparazzo.
Originally posted 10/30/2013 08:35AM
Duck Dynasty may be getting some pretty good-looking company on A&E.
Channing Tatum is putting on his producer's cap and developing an hour-long reality pilot for the cable network that will focus on the restaurant-bar Saints & Sinners on Bourbon Street in New Orleans.
Tatum's interest in the place – which is fashioned after a red-light-district bordello during the riverfront city's Storyville era – is because he and his business-partner friend Keith Kurtz opened it last fall, reports EW.com.
Originally posted 03/15/2012 10:45AM
Either you're old, like me, and were aghast at the idea of someone defiling your beloved Jump Street. Or you're young (i.e., born after the ’87 launch of the TV series that made Johnny Depp a star) and your reaction was closer to, "What's 21 Jump Street?"
Good news, graybeards and whippersnappers: This is a movie we all can dig.
The new Jump Street borrows the same conceit as the old – babyfaced cops go back to high school to narc on naughty kids – but torques it into a ridiculously inappropriate comedy.
The secret is the Mutt-and-Jeff pairing of Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill as the narcs. Tatum is Jenko, the hot cop to Hill's Schmidt, the smart one. They're both stunned when they enroll in school to bust a drug ring, only to find that cliques have changed and Schmidt's the popular one now.
Originally posted 03/14/2012 03:30PM
Who's at the center of Hollywood's hottest bro-mance? Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum, that's who – or, perhaps they should now be referred to as, "Joning?"
The two actors admit they definitely bonded while shooting their new film 21 Jump Street, and at Tuesday's Grauman's Chinese Theater premiere they unabashedly reveled in the qualities they admire most in each other.
"I've never met anyone like Jonah that can go in and literally win an entire room and get away with just about anything," Tatum, 31, tells PEOPLE.
"It's like he could punch somebody in the face and somehow he would keep him laughing about it – he's like, 'It's fine. It's fine. I just punched you in the face. It's cool. Don't even worry.' And they would just laugh about it."
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