21 Jump Street Female Spinoff

Sony Pictures has announced that it is working on a female spinoff of the hit action-comedy movie "21 Jump Street," and has tapped "22 Jump Street" writer Rodney Rothman to direct the project. The original "21 Jump Street" movie starred Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum as two young police officers who are assigned to go undercover and investigate a drug ring at a local high school.

The movie was a huge success, grossing over $200 million at the box office, and spawned a sequel, "22 Jump Street." The concept of the original movie was based on the late 80s television series of the same name, which followed a group of young police officers who were assigned to go undercover in high schools and colleges to solve crimes.

The idea of a female spinoff of "21 Jump Street" has been in the works for some time, with Sony Pictures looking to capitalize on the success of the original movie and the popularity of female-led action-comedies like "Bridesmaids" and "Ghostbusters." The spinoff will likely feature a new cast of female police officers who are sent undercover to investigate a crime, possibly at a college or university.

It remains to be seen who will star in the "21 Jump Street" female spinoff, but there are already several actresses who are rumored to be in consideration for the lead roles. Among them are Rebel Wilson, Emma Stone, Kristen Wiig, and Melissa McCarthy, all of whom have proven themselves to be adept at both comedy and action.

The concept of a female-led action-comedy is not a new one, but it has gained momentum in recent years with the success of movies like "Wonder Woman," "Atomic Blonde," and "Captain Marvel." The success of these movies has shown that audiences are hungry for more female-led movies in traditionally male-dominated genres, and a "21 Jump Street" female spinoff would be a welcome addition to this trend.

In addition to Rothman, the spinoff will also be produced by Neal H. Moritz, who produced the original "21 Jump Street" movie as well as its sequel. The script for the spinoff is being written by Lucia Aniello and Paul W. Downs, who previously worked together on the comedy series "Broad City."

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