Redband And Greenband Trailers For '22 Jump Street' Debut; See Jenko And Schmidt Go Undercover In College

If you would've told me just two years ago that the upcoming 21 Jump Street reboot was going to be a major success, and one of my favorite comedy films of the past few years, I probably would've laughed in your face. But sure enough, it went onto to become a surprise hit among audiences, and proved that the unlikely pairing of Channing Tatum (Magic Mike) and Jonah Hill (This Is The End) was a recipe for success, so who can blame Sony for automatically green-lighting a sequel. Now Jenko and Schmidt are back, and this time they're going undercover in college. Check out the first Redband and Greenband trailers for the film below.

Here's the Redband trailer for 22 Jump Street:
And here's the Greenband trailer:
While the the trailers don't give off too much information about the film's plot, we do see a lot of familiar faces making a return from the first movie. Dave Franco (Now You See Me) and Rob Riggle (The Internship) who were both the antagonists of the last film make an appearance at the end of the trailer, although it's unknown whether this is just a cameo or if they'll actually play a large role. Nick Offerman (Parks and Recreation) once again returns in his smaller role as Deputy Chief Hardy, and of course Ice Cube (Ride Along) is back as the hilariously foul-mouthed Captain Dickson, and it seems he'll be getting more involved with the action this time around.
The film seems to be following a similar plot line to the first film, with the main difference of course being the setting, but this may leave some fans concerned. As we've seen through The Hangover series, one of the main problems with sequels to such successful comedies is the filmmakers playing it safe and making the follow-ups nearly identical story wise to their predecessors. While the old "don't fix it unless it's broken" saying may apply to many things, sequel in a comedy genre isn't necessarily one them. None the less, judge by the recent synopsis the studio released, it seems that this time around Tatum's Jenko may be the one finding love and getting in with the popular crowd, where as it worked vice versa in the previous film.
And here's the official synopsis for the film released by Sony'Officers Schmidt (Hill) and Jenko (Tatum) go deep undercover at a local college to crack a crime ring within a fraternity. But when Jenko meets a kindred spirit on the football team and Schmidt infiltrates the bohemian art major scene, they begin to question their partnership. In addition to cracking the case, the two freshmen must figure out if they can have a mature relationship like real men.'
So what did you think of the trailers for 22 Jump Street? Are you worried that the sequel may be to similar to the first? Sound off below.