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Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum Get "Fingered" on the '21 Jump Street' Set--Say Wha?

 

Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill on the New Orleans set of 21 Jump Street? We were SO there. As the production wrapped up its shoot at a local high school, we spoke with several members of the cast and crew, including directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, stars Tatum and Hill, and producer Neal Moritz to get the skinny on making a movie out of the iconic '80s TV series.

In addition to discussing the stars' particular challenges of trying to make each other vomit (seriously -- watch the clip) and creating a believable world where Tatum and Hill could pass for high schoolers, the filmmakers discussed their approach to adapting the show into a feature film, and offered some insight into how they collaborated with one another to make a action movie that’s a compelling comedy – and vice versa.

Check out the full interview!

 

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