22 Jump Street: Why All Of Channing Tatum's Friends Wanted To Cameo And 7 Other Fascinating Things We Learned On Set
Phil Lord And Chris Miller Ask That You Please Lower Your ExpectationsThere’s a very good reason why you are excited to see 22 Jump Street. The last movie was an incredibly funny surprise that caught both critics and audiences off guard when it came out in 2012, and with the same creative team behind the sequel you have every right to expect the same quality of work. If it were up to Phil Lord and Chris Miller, however, all of you would be expecting the absolute worst piece of crap that has ever been put on the big screen.
"All of everything we've ever done has been riding on low expectations," Miller told us. "Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs? A terrible idea. Doing 21 Jump Street as a movie? Terrible idea. The LEGO Movie sounds like a terrible idea. If people think this is a good idea, we're screwed."
We’ll have to see how it all turns out when 22 Jump Street arrives in theaters on June 13th.
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