CB: MIB 23 -- the crossover between Sony's 21 Jump Street action-comedy franchise and their Men in Black sci-fi/comedy franchise -- is still happening, and now it's got an official title treatment.
Why? :l I'll be honest. I'm curious.
It's a curious move, but I actually think it could work. At least I hope it does. Haha
It can definitely work I guess. After introducing sc-fi elements to Jump Street there's no going back lol. I wonder how that'll be handled lol.
So they want to ruin to good films with a crossover which makes the least amount of sense The Heat, Rush Hour, The Other Guys would make more sense
Sony really needs to fire their creative marketing team. I still can't believe they are greenlighting an imoji movie.
Ruin two good films? I take it you have read the script then?
Men In Black 2 sucked and Men In Black 3 was so forced.
This is awesome.
This makes no sense.
First Jump Street film Phil Lord and Chris Miller won't be directing...my scepticism is over the roof, such a weird crossover. Does that mean it'll be a kids film?
22 Jump Street sucked. I wouldn't put to much faith in those people they have a 50% success rate.
I think these are fine as separate franchises. I'd love to see another MIB and Jump Street on their own. These are just too different though. The humor isn't even the same.
Haven't seen either Jump Street yet. Are they at all sci-fi?
No sci-fi whatsoever. Plenty of jokes about sex, drugs, etc.
"The only way these people get on with their lives is that they dont know about it" MIB. That line there alone makes this cross-over more than possible.
This falls under the "so crazy it just might work" category.
Why not just take the actors and make them men in black, I thought that was pretty obvious.
w.t.f This HAS to be the craziest sh*t ive ever heard of. But I bet you it will be funny. Funnier than the new Ghostbusters anyway.
Your right, I will watch this one rather than the new ghostbusters movie
It might end up entertaining but still I'm not sure if it's going to benefit on elevating both franchise.
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