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  1. Box Office: '22 Jump Street' Edges Ahead of 'How to Train Your Dragon 2'

    2:44 pm 6/13/2014

    The Channing Tatum-Jonah Hill comedy is headed toward a $60 million-plus weekend, while DreamWorks Animation's new animated movie is looking to collect more than $55 million.Read more

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  2. In Theaters This Weekend: Reviews of '22 Jump Street,' 'How to Train Your Dragon 2' and More

    10:34 am 6/13/2014

    What THR's critics are saying about this weekend's sequels, plus Aaron Paul's "Hellion," Robert Pattinson's "The Rover" and the Richard Jenkins-Garrett Hedlund starrer, "Lullaby." Read more

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  3. Box Office: '22 Jump Street' Opens to Stellar $5.5 Million Thursday Night

    7:45 am 6/13/2014

    UPDATED: Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill reprise their roles in the Sony sequel; "How to Train Your Dragon 2" also prospers in its Thursday night debut, earning $2 million.Read more

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  4. '22 Jump Street': What the Critics Are Saying

    5:00 am 6/13/2014

    The meta-sequel reunites bumbling drug-busting duo Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill for an assignment on a college campus. Read more

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  5. '22 Jump Street' Directors on That Amazing Closing Credits Sequence That Almost Never Existed

    2:38 pm 6/11/2014

    Phil Lord and Christopher Miller tell THR they shot the hilarious ending just six weeks before the film's release.Read more

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  6. '22 Jump Street' Directors on Channing Tatum: 'There's No Ego in His Comedy'

    9:47 am 6/11/2014

    Phil Lord and Christopher Miller spoke to THR at the Los Angeles premiere for the sequel, which sees Tatum and Jonah Hill reprising their roles as undercover cops.Read more

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  7. Channing Tatum Talks 'Gambit' Ambitions

    11:32 am 6/6/2014

    The actor says that the character may debut in a stand-alone movie that moves away from the traditional superhero tropes.Read more

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  8. '22 Jump Street': Channing Tatum, Directors on Bromance, Meta-Sequels and Jonah Hill's Gay Slur

    4:50 pm 6/4/2014

    "It was obviously disappointing," director Phil Lord told THR of Hill at the premiere, while producer Reid Carolin revealed why Tatum's football scenes were especially sentimental.Read more

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