The Directors Behind '22 Jump Street' Talk College Capers

Phil Lord and Chris Miller join "GMA" to discuss their latest comedic collaboration.
2:15 | 06/11/14

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Channing Tatum and Jonah hill are about to jump back on the big screen for "22 jump street." Amy sat down with Phil lord and Chris miller, also known for "The Lego movie" and "Cloudy with a chance of meatballs." Welcome. Jonah hill and Channing Tatum, some are saying they're the new starsky & hutch. Would you agree? Yeah. I think that's true. True-ish. True-ish. They're sort of -- wilder and pry Pryor. That's a good one. Bogart and bacall. And you share a friendship that dates back to dartmouth. I talked Chris into going to an animation class. We have a clip of the movie for everyone to look at. This is a great scene. Same identities. Same assignment. We're going back to high school? You look like you're about 50. You're going to N.C. State. Somebody's out there. They cooking up a new drug. It's adderall. Wi-fi. It stands for work hard yes. Play hard, yes. These kids get laser focused for about four hours of studying. And then, they party like it's 1999. We're going to college, for real? Why every time you speak -- infiltrate the dealer and find the supply. It's dramatic action scenes. Those are incredible stunts you pulled off. You have to make it bigger and louder and crazier with more explosions. We try to make it as loud as possible. Everyone imagines what the mood was like behind the scenes. Is it just a huge party? Yes. A huge party. Yeah. No. Yeah. Crack open the keg at call. And start drinking. It's a lot of fun. And we like to keep it loose. Those guys have a natural chemistry together. And they're great at improvising and playing off each other. It was a lot of fun. And "22 jump street" opens this Friday.

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