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New clip for 22 Jump Street

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The most surprising thing about the sequel to the surprising hit comedy of 2012 is that it's somehow shaping up to be even funnier.

You don't have to take our word for it - a new clip is here to convince you. Jenko (Channing Tatum) and Schdmidt (Jonah Hill) go undercover (barely) to pull off a drug heist with the best worst Hispanic accents we've heard since Family Guy's Consuela.

It would appear that directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller are letting their cast have just as much improvised fun as was allowed first time around - only with more American college references and frat jokes. The promising buddy comedy will have us slapping backs and chocking on pop corn on 6 June.

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