Channing Tatum arrives at the premiere of 21 Jump Street in a tailored grey suit. The actor has several films coming out in 2012, including the recently released romantic drama The Vow, and the upcoming movie about male strippers, Magic Mike.
Actor/writer Orlando Jones' next project is The Chicago 8, based actual court transcripts of eight anti-war protesters on trial for conspiring to cause riots at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago.
Phil Lord and Chris Miller
Directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller pose together for photos at the premiere of 21 Jump Street. The longtime friends met at Dartmouth College and both graduated in the Class of 1997.
Bromance was in the air as co-stars Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum pose side-by-side at the premiere of their new movie 21 Jump Street on March 13. When recently asked about a sequel while screening the film at SXSW, Hill said, “All of us here would love to do a sequel. But it’s out of our hands now.”
Channing Tatum poses for photos with fans at the premiere of 21 Jump Street on March 13.
Actor Jonah Hill graciously signs autographs for fans at the premiere of 21 Jump Street.
Holly Robinson Peete
Actress Holly Robinson Peete, who plays Officer Judy Hoffs in the film, poses for photos on the carpet.
Less Than Perfect actress Sara Rue recently landed a script deal for multi-camera comedy Poseurs. The project centers on Lucy (Rue), a young woman whose life is upended when her fiancee moves out and her fresh-from-rehab collegiate best friend Alexandra moves in.
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