“Jump Street” and “Men in Black” are crossing over. Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill set to reprise their roles.

“22 Jump Street” ended with a look spoof-version look into the future of their characters: Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill carrying on their antics at a dance school, at a culinary school, etc. It was hilarious and teased a possible sequel(s) for the franchise. Now, in an interesting turn of events and in order for the studio to keep the franchise alive, Sony is crossing over “Jump Street” with “Men in Black.”

Yes, a movie crossover is happening! Tatum and Hill will reprise their roles as the undercover detectives, but unfortunately, Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones will not be back for the crossover. Instead, Sony will cast two other actors to take their place, most simply because Smith and Jones have become too expensive and the new actors will likely be younger. Rodney Rothman is set to direct.

Source: Hollywood Reporter

Sony sets release dates for “The Dark Tower” movie and “Bad Boys 3” release is pushed for summer release.

Earlier this week, what were rumors about Matthew McConaughey and Idris Elba’s involvement in Stephen King’s “The Dark Tower” movie adaptation, have now been confirmed. King confirmed both actors’ involvement. McConaughey will play The Man in Black, while Elba will take the role of the gun-slinging Roland Deschain. The film has been a highly-anticipated one for years and is now underway.

“The Dark Tower,” directed by Nikolaj Arcel, has been set for a February 17, 2017 release. Because of this, Sony has now pushed “Bad Boys 3,” which Martin Lawrence and Will Smith will be returning for, for a June 2, 2017 release. Joe Carnahan is directing the sequel. Sony is so confident in this franchise that it’s set “Bad Boys 4” for release on June 3, 2019.

Source: EW


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