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Jump Street franchise producer Neal Moritz reportedly blocked the crossover film with Men in Black from happening by refusing to take a pay cut.
The Men in Black-Jump Street crossover movie is no longer happening. Here's why, and what the future of both separate franchises looks like.
21 and 22 Jump Street co-director Phil Lord says the series' creatives are 'reserving' 23 Jump Street and working on 24 Jump Street next, instead.
Sony is reviving several hit franchises (Men in Black, Zombieland, Charlie's Angels), after losing the distribution rights to the James Bond movies.
Sony's proposed crossover movie that would have combined the Men in Black and 21 Jump Street franchises is now officially dead.
Sony's female-led Jump Street reboot is reportedly eying Tiffany Haddish to headline the film, with Awkwarfina being the top choice to costar.
21 Jump Street has been out for six years now, and there are still many fascinating behind the scenes details that most fans don't know.
Sony sets 22 Jump Street co-writer Rodney Rothman to write and direct a Jump Street spinoff about a pair of undercover female police officers.
Lizzie and Wendy Molyneux (Bob's Burgers) have signed on for dual-track development of Sony Pictures' female-led 'Jump Street' spinoff.
Sony is developing both a '21 Jump Street' female-led spinoff and a crossover film with the 'Men in Black' franchise.
'22 Jump Street' director Chris Miller says any crossover between 'Jump Street' and 'Men in Black' is still in very early development.
Sony CEO Amy Pascal is stepping down in the wake of the company being aggressively hacked, but will continue producing films with backing from Sony.
'Jump Street' series directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller describe a crossover with 'Men in Black' as a 'crazy idea', but say it's still very much on the table.
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Following this year's '22 Jump Street', Sony has plans on having Jenko and Schmidt mix it up with 'Men in Black' in a future sequel.
Sony is developing '23 Jump Street', but for now '21 & 22 Jump Street' directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller are onboard as producers only.