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With the Jonah Hill apology tour having ended a few days ago, following the actor directing a gay slur at a photographer in early June, attention can now turn to Hill's latest project:

22 Jump Street.

Is this a worthwhile sequel? Will fans enjoy seeing Hill and Channing Tatum go undercover at a college?

Yes and yes, according to a handful of movie critics. Go behind the scenes in the following video and then scroll down to see what these film experts are saying about 22 Jump Street...

Does the meta-acknowledgment that everyone's in it for the bucks give a purposefully dopey sequel more cred? ... You bet. - Steven Rea

If it seemed Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill couldn't possibly exceed their over-the-top buddy cop antics of 21 Jump Street, you lost that bet. - Peter Howell

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Nobody gave me a sh-t about the Jump Street reboot but you got lucky. So now this department has invested a lot of money to make sure Jump Street keeps going.

So says Nick Offerman's Deputy Chief Hardy in an especially meta quote from the first trailer for 22 Jump Street, a sequel no one could have predicated when the original comedy hit screens last year.

The preview sends Channing Tatum's Greg Jenko and Jonah Hill's Morton Schmidt to college, where they must track down a university drug dealer.

Expect some frat parties. Some cursing. And a whole lot of drinking to go down as Rob Riggle returns as Dr. Walters and Dave Franco comes back as Eric.

Watch the red band trailer now and prepare for a June 13 release.

by Justin Dweeber at . Comments

21 Jump Street is by far one of the most successful Small Screen-to-Big Screen adaptations ever.

In fact, it currently sits 7th on the list of all-time box office gross for TV adaptations, behind Star Trek, three Mission Impossible MoviesThe Fugitive, and Sex and the City.

Now, 21 Jump Street is getting a sequel, with a release date set for June 6, 2014.

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