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On Sept. 29, the 34-year-old was spotted on the first day of filming the sequel about a male stripper in Savannah, Georgia.
In the pics, he's helping carry some furniture on set, and his muscles are in full display.
Photos: Tim McGraw and More of Hollywood's Hottest Shirtless Men
On his shirt, it says Mike Lane Custom Designs in Tampa, Florida, so this may just mean his character started the furniture company of his own that he only dreamed of in the first film.
Showing off how buff he is, we know Tatum will also get shirtless in this film, making the wait »
One of the funniest parts of "22 Jump Street" came during the closing credits, when we got to see a bunch of posters for potential "Jump Street" sequels. We now have all the posters and you can check them out below. The posters start with "23 Jump Street" in which Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill will go to medical school. In the sequels that will follow, the actors will then head to Russia, a semester at sea, culinary school and then eventually space. And for some reason, Hill will skip one of the sequels. Instead, he'll be replaced by Seth Rogen. While these are all just jokes, "23 Jump Street" is actually already in development and will likely not take place in medical school. Posters: (click to enlarge) »
During the end credits of this summer's blockbuster sequel 22 Jump Street, directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller gave fans an extra treat, with a slew of "posters" for possible sequels. These humorous sequel ideas went all the way up to 2121 Jump Street, which features Schmidt (Jonah Hill) and Jenko (Channing Tatum) in outer space, presumably in the year 2121.
Today, an enterprising Imgur user has tracked down all of these posters, which include sequels such as 23 Jump Street: Medical School, the Top Gun-esque 30 Jump Street: Flight Academy and 43 Jump Street: Mariachi School, along with an animated TV series, and images for video game and action figure tie-ins. Take a look at the gallery below, and let us know what your favorite sequel idea is.
We reported this month that Sony Pictures is moving forward with 23 Jump Street, hiring Rodney Rothman to work on the script. At the end of 22 Jump Street, »
If you saw the end credits that followed 22 Jump Street this past summer, then you were treated to a slew of hilarious artwork for more sequels in the buddy cop comedy series starring Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum. We'll get to see if any of those ideas become reality now that 23 Jump Street is in the works with writer Rodney Rothman returning to write the third film in the franchise. We hope it's the last one, otherwise the meta humor may run its course, but just in case this series goes forever, it's good to know that Phil Lord & Chris Miller have ideas about all the crazy places this franchise can go in the future. Look now! Here's just some of the potential sequels that could follow 22 Jump Street (click here for more): Thanks to Yahoo for pointing us to this gallery of all the end credits gags available on Imgur. »
- Ethan Anderton
It seems most everyone walked away from 22 Jump Street thinking the end credits sequence was the high point of the film, which, in my opinion, is akin to saying the stinger at the end of Marvel movies is the best the film has to offer... which in some cases may actually be true. amz asin="B00KPYT3LS" size="small"That said, someone must have gotten their hands on an early copy of the forthcoming 22 Jump Street DVD or Blu-ray as screen captures of all 22 silly sequels featured during the film's end credits, the animated Jump Street spin-off, the action figures, lunchbox and video game found their way online recently and I've included them all directly below. Personally I find them mildly comical on their own, but by the time I got to the end of this film I just wanted the so-called sequel jokes to end considering the film »
- Brad Brevet
In case you didn't get enough of those hilarious "Jump Street" sequels, we got you covered.
After " 22 Jump Street" came to its end and the credits began to roll, audiences were inundated with one fake poster after another and, honestly, we still can't decide which one was best. Maybe it was the one where Seth Rogen tries to pass as Jonah Hill... Or was it "25 Jump Street: A Semester at Sea"? What we definitely do know is that Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill don't age.
From "26 Jump Street: Art School" to "38 Jump Street: Dance Academy," here are all those unforgettable fake "Jump Street" sequels. »
- Jonny Black
The Wack Pack lives on. After the untimely death of radio personality Eric "The Actor" Lynch, Howard Stern has big plans to honor one of his most beloved colleagues. Lynch passed away on Saturday, Sept. 20, at the age of 39. He died in Sacramento, Calif. after struggling with cardiac problems. His unexpected passing inspired expressions of grief and remembrances from Stern and other stars, including Zac Efron, Jimmy Kimmel, Jonah Hill, and Wanda Sykes. Stern, 60, has been outspoken on his show and on social media in [...] »
Robin Quivers is astonished by Hollywood's love fest for Eric the Actor after his death -- but says nothing would've made him happier. Tons of celebs ... including Jimmy Kimmel, Jonah Hill, Zach Braff, and Natalie Maines ... have toasted the "Howard Stern Show" wack packer since he died Sunday. This morning in NYC, Robin told us the outpouring is pretty ironic ... considering how much Eric longed for Any connection to celebrities.Robin herself shows some love »
- TMZ Staff
By Anjelica Oswald
Jake Gyllenhaal’s performance as a sleazy freelance TV reporter determined to go to any length in search of crime footage in Dan Gilroy’s Nightcrawler could get him “recognized as one of the most daring actors working in Hollywood today” and has been called some of the “best work of his career.” With this type of praise, award contention usually follows, but historically speaking, “genre films” don’t fare well at the Oscars. It’s not impossible for films that deviate from the Oscar norm — biopics, period pieces or dramas — to secure Oscar nominations for the actors involved, but looking back through the years, from 2000 to the present, shows that these films constitute a lower percentage of overall nominees.
Musicals are a type of “genre film” that actors have managed to score Oscar nominations for, though they have had more difficulty doing so since the late 60s. »
- Anjelica Oswald
Eric "The Actor" Lynch, Howard Stern's diminutive foil with the giant personality, died Saturday, his manager confirmed on Twitter Sunday. He was 39. Lynch, who was less than 3½ feet tall and was a resident of Sacramento, California, died in an area hospital after suffering heart problems, TMZ first reported. The wheelchair-bound Lynch earned a position in Howard Stern's "Wack Pack" after he began calling in to the shock jock's radio show in 2002 and delighting listeners - and the hosts - with his blunt, endearingly argumentative style. Stern paid homage to Lynch on his SiriusXM show Monday. "What was so »
- Kathy Ehrich Dowd, @kathyehrichdowd
Eric "The Actor" Lynch, Howard Stern's diminutive foil with the giant personality, died Saturday, his manager confirmed on Twitter Sunday. He was 39. Lynch, who was less than 3½-feet tall and was a resident of Sacramento, California, died in an area hospital after suffering heart problems, TMZ first reported. The wheelchair-bound Lynch earned a position in Howard Stern's "Wack Pack" after he began calling into the shock jock's radio show in 2002 and delighting listeners - and the hosts - with his blunt, endearingly argumentative style. Stern paid homage to Lynch on his SiriusXM show Monday. "What was so fascinating »
- Kathy Ehrich Dowd, @kathyehrichdowd
Howard Stern contributor Eric "The Actor" Lynch passed away Saturday at the age of 39. The news was confirmed by Eric's manager, Johnny Fratto, on Twitter on Sunday, and since then, stars including actor Zac Efron and comedians Jonah Hill and Jimmy Kimmel reached out over social media to share their memories of Eric. Eric began calling in to Howard Stern's radio program in 2002 and gained popularity for his frank and funny phone calls. In addition to his on-air hilarity, Eric was also known for appearances on TV programs including In Plain Sight and Fringe. The 3-foot-tall actor and radio personality used a motorized wheelchair to get around. His final call in to the show occurred last week when he shared that his parents were taking over care-taking duties. Scroll down to see the moving ways the stars remembered Eric on Twitter. Eric the Actor was my all-time favorite »
Lynch has been a regular on “The Howard Stern Show” since 2002, when he began calling in regularly, sometimes to yell at Stern, other times to speak of his desire to act. Standing at 3 feet tall, Lynch used a motorized wheelchair and was known as “Eric the Actor” and “Eric the Midget.”
Stern paid tribute to one of his greatest fans on his show Monday, Sept. 22.
“I loved Eric…I truly, truly loved him…he was the greatest…What I loved about him, was that here was this guy afflicted with every f—king s—tty thing on the planet, I mean you couldn’t have gotten worse luck dealt to you. And, Eric didn’t think that way,” Stern said on his show.
“Most people »
“South Park” aired a Washington Redskins-skewering commercial during the Redskins game “When I named my company Washington Redskins, it was out of deep appreciation for your team and your people,” Cartman says in the one-minute ad for the new “South Park” season that will likely include a parody of the team’s name. “The Daily Show” created a showdown between Native Americans and Redskins fans Four diehard fans of the Washington Redskins agreed to be mocked by correspondent Jason Jones for a Sept. 13 taping. But they were surprised to be confronted by a larger group of Native American activists. “This goes way beyond mocking. Poking fun is one thing, but that’s not what happened,” said one of the fans who agreed to “The Daily Show” appearance. “The Daily Show” has yet to air the segment. Eric the Actor, a diehard “American Idol” fan who parlayed phoning the Howard Stern show into TV guest roles, »
- Norman Weiss
It was recently announced that Matt Damon and his "The Bourne Ultimatum" director Paul Greengrass are in talks with Universal Pictures to return for a new "Jason Bourne" film. Insiders claimed that if the movie moves forward, it would replace Jeremy Renner's "The Bourne Legacy" sequel. Now comes word that things are far from final. Greengrass is said to have a strong concept for a new film, but it's not clear how he'll be able to work in writing and directing when he's also working on a film about accused Olympics bomber Richard Jewell, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill. Meanwhile, producer Frank Marshall says that Renner's "The Bourne Legacy 2" is far from dead. "That movie is moving forward," he insists. "It's still in development. We're working to get a script as soon as possible." He added that at this point, both projects are being worked on simultaneously. But »
One of my favorite films at this year's Toronto International Film Festival was director James Marsh’s (Man on Wire) The Theory of Everything. The fantastic film is an adaptation of the Stephen Hawking memoir Travelling to Infinity, written by his wife Jane Hawking. Starring Eddie Redmayne (Les Miserables) as Hawking, The Theory of Everything chronicles his budding relationship with fellow Cambridge student Jane Wide (Felicity Jones), heartbreaking motor neuron disease diagnosis at the age of 21, and groundbreaking scientific work in the field of time. Led by phenomenal performances by Redmayne and Jones, The Theory of Everything will definitely be a player in awards season and I strongly recommend seeing it for yourself when it opens November 7th. For more on the film, watch the trailer. Shortly after the Tiff premiere I landed an exclusive video interview with Felicity Jones. She talked her process in preparing for a role, how »
- Steve 'Frosty' Weintraub
A bombshell was dropped a couple of days ago when news broke that Matt Damon and director Paul Greengrass are currently in discussions to return to the Bourne franchise, with Greengrass also penning the screenplay. The prospect of the duo responsible for the brilliant The Bourne Supremacy and The Bourne Ultimatum coming back to the series was an exciting one, but it raised a lot of questions about Universal’s other Bourne franchise. When Damon and Greengrass departed the Bourne series, Universal kept the property alive with The Bourne Legacy, which saw Jeremy Renner playing another agent living and working in the same universe as Bourne. The film did so-so at the box office, but Universal was happy enough that it began developing a sequel with director Justin Lin to hit theaters in 2016. When we learned that Greengrass and Damon were talking about returning to the Bourne series, we heard »
- Adam Chitwood
Via Deadline, Matt Damon and Paul Greengrass will team up again to make a third Jason Bourne movie following concluding the trilogy with The Bourne Ultimatum in 2007. Universal has set the film for a quick production and a release on July 16, 2016. Not only that, this would place the as-of-yet untitled Bourne movie ahead of the Bourne spinoff sequel to The Bourne Legacy, starring Jeremy Renner and directed by Justin Lin (Fast & Furious).
Deadline mentions that Greengrass had originally planned on stopping the franchise now that Bourne has his memory back, saying there’s nowhere else for the character to go. But this latest update of course flies in the face of news that Greengrass would never make another Bourne movie, that Damon would never make one without Greengrass, and that Damon was anyway attached without Greengrass involved.
This will also be the first Damon/Bourne movie not based on one of Robert Ludlum’s novels, »
- Brian Welk
In the years that followed The Bourne Ultimatum, Matt Damon often said he would not return to make another Jason Bourne movie unless Paul Greengrass was back to direct. The actor revealed in May that he is still open to playing Jason Bourne again, although the actor and filmmaker could not come up with a story that interested them both.
While it isn't known who is writing this new version, the studio is so high on the idea that they plan on fast-tracking this untitled project into production, which would take the July 15, 2016 release date already given to director Justin Lin's Untitled Jason Bourne Sequel. That project is a follow-up to 2012's The Bourne Legacy which starred Jeremy Renner as another Treadstone agent, »
Exclusive: Jason Bourne is coming back. Universal Pictures has begun making deals with Matt Damon and director Paul Greengrass to reunite for their third film in The Bourne Identity series, sources tell me. This is an absolute stunner — and Universal would not comment nor would the reps — because Greengrass told Deadline as recently as last year that once Bourne regained his memory, there was no place else for the character to go creatively. His search formed the spine for the trilogy Damon starred in.
Well, they’ve figured it out. I’m told that the studio is so bullish on this that the intention is to make the reteam the next Bourne film to go into production to make the July 16, 2016, release slot that Universal had previously assigned to an untitled Bourne film. That means it would step in front of the spinoff sequel that is to reprise Jeremy Renner »
- Mike Fleming Jr
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