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22 Jump Street (5-Jun-2014)

Directors: Phil Lord; Christopher Miller

Writers: Michael Bacall; Jonah Hill; Rodney Rothman; Oren Uziel

Keywords: Action/Comedy

Sequel to 2012's 21 Jump Street follows buddy cops Schmidt and Jenko as they assume the identities of college students for a new undercover operation.

ABSTRACT
Sequel to 21 Jump Street (2012). Fresh off successful exploits as high school students in 21 Jump Street, officers Morton Schmidt and Greg Jenko are placed back into their department's undercover program -- now located at 22 Jump Street -- after a drug sting gone awry. Their new mission: Pose as college students with a view to locating a supplier of a new drug called "WHYPHY" making its rounds on campus, encountering a number of arcane academic and social obstacles not unlike those faced in their first go-around on their way to outwitting drug dealers and doing right by Captain Dickson.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Caroline Aaron
Actor
7-Aug-1952   Character actress, 1980s to present
Ice Cube
Rapper
15-Jun-1969   N.W.A., Boyz N the Hood
Diplo
Disc Jockey
10-Nov-1978   Florida
Richard Grieco
Actor
23-Mar-1965   Officer Dennis Booker on 21 Jump Street
Jonah Hill
Actor
20-Dec-1983   Superbad
Dustin Nguyen
Actor
17-Sep-1962   21 Jump Street
Nick Offerman
Actor
26-Jun-1970   Ron Swanson on Parks and Recreation
Peter Stormare
Actor
27-Aug-1953   Ran the woodchipper in Fargo
Channing Tatum
Model
26-Apr-1980   Model for Mountain Dew soda

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