Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum, the stars of the upcoming action comedy 21 JUMP STREET, are teaming up with Constellation to present “High School Confidential,” a live online interactive event in which fans can relive their favorite teenage moments by submitting their most infamous pranks and stories pulled off during the glory days of high school. 21 JUMP STREET will be released in theaters on March 16, 2012.
Beginning today, users 17 years of age or older can register for the free online event and submit their most epic memories atwww.constellation.tv/21jumpstreet. Constellation will display the fans’ submissions on the site, and readers will have the chance to vote on their favorites and share them on Facebook and Twitter. During the event, fans will be able to submit their questions for Jonah and Channing, who will join Constellation on March 15 at 8:00 EST live via webcam to present some of their favorite entries and confess their own high school secrets, chat with readers, and answer questions.
The site can also be accessed via the Facebook page for 21 Jump Street.
Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill Introduce “High School Confidential”: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_QbkqAHjTd4&feature=youtu.be
A Facebook application tab is also available for users to add to their fan pages for readers to easily RSVP.
ABOUT 21 JUMP STREET
In the action-comedy “21 Jump Street,” in theaters March 16, 2012, Schmidt (Jonah Hill) and Jenko (Channing Tatum) were enemies in high school who became unlikely friends in Police Academy. While they may not be the best cops on the beat, they have a chance to turn it around when they join the police department’s secret Jump Street unit, run by Captain Dickson (Ice Cube). They trade in their guns and badges for backpacks and use their youthful appearances to go undercover. Trouble is, teenagers today are nothing like what they were just a few years ago, and Schmidt and Jenko discover that everything they think they know about being a teenager, from sex to drugs to rock and roll, is all wrong. More importantly, they both find they are still dealing with all of the adolescent problems they didn’t address in their own teen years – and both will have to confront the terror and anxiety of being a teenager again and all the issues they thought they had left behind. The film is directed by Phil Lord & Christopher Miller. The screenplay is by Michael Bacall. Story by Michael Bacall & Jonah Hill. Based on the Television Series created by Patrick Hasburgh & Stephen J. Cannell. Produced by Neal H. Moritz and Stephen J. Cannell.