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Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill enroll in college to bring down another drug threat.

Jenko and Schmidt are back, and even though they’ve left behind the undercover high school life for tracking down a new drug in college, it doesn’t mean that the cops have grown up.

In “22 Jump Street,” Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill have literally moved across the street to a new division and a new assignment, the same one that was teased at the end of their 2012 hit comedy. The first (NSFW) preview for the sequel, which will hit theaters on June 13, 2014, presents a similar set-up and a number of call-backs to the original, including cameos by Nick Offerman, Rob Riggle and Dave Franco.

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After successfully bringing down a drug ring and navigating the social circles of a high school, partners Jenko and Schmidt are headed to college. There they encounter similar problems as last time — they still look “old as sh–” — but now there are the pressures of college life, like co-ed bathrooms and fraternity rush.

“21 Jump Street” became a surprise hit last spring when it grossed over $200 million around the globe. The directors from the original film, Phil Lord and Chris Miller, are back with writer Michael Bacall, giving the movie a similar “more badass than it actually is” feel.

The sequel also welcomes back Ice Cube as Captain Dickson, the head of the Jump Street program.

When MTV News spoke with the directors at San Diego Comic-Con, they shared their intention to match the Johnny Depp cameo from “21 Jump Street” with a similar surprise. “We’re certainly exploring options, trying to figure out what would be as fun as that,” Lord said. “It’s awesome to have in your hip pocket this amazing surprise, so we’re hoping to find a way, whether it’s some amazing casting thing or some cool story surprise. We’re trying to make it feel as fresh as the first one.”

“22 Jump Street” opens in theaters on June 13, 2014.

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