Actor Channing Tatum arrives at the Los Angeles Premiere '22 Jump Street' at Regency Village Theatre on June 10, 2014 in Westwood, California.
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By Sarah Begley
April 29, 2015

What could be better than another Jump Street movie?

Two more Jump Street movies: one a crossover with the Men in Black franchise, and one a female version of the action/buddy comedy.

The MiB tie-in was originally reported during the Sony hack leaks, and now two Broad City writers, Lucia Aniello and Paul Downs, have signed on for the female-driven spinoff, The Wrap reports.

A feminine Jump Street will offer not only new opportunities to women comedians, but also new opportunities to Sony to grab beaucoup bucks at a box office that already loves the franchise and is increasingly hungry for female comedy.

[The Wrap]

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