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Final 22 Jump Street Trailer

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Aim your gun in the air and grab your crotch: the best worst undercover cop duo on the planet are back, and they're swapping high school for college.

No surprises there, though. For one, 21 Jump Street was a runaway smash comedy success; for another, and as Ice Cube's police chief so eloquently puts it to Jenko (Channing Tatum) and Schdmidt (Jonah Hill) in this, the latest trailer for the sequel, "Your ass look about 50".

Happily, it also happens to be an R-rated trailer, meaning there's more than a few profanities, each treating us to the sort of mirthful lines that made the original film such a raucous hit - and, frankly, it's enough to get us very excited about the film's 6 June release date.

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