Amber Stevens Joins ‘22 Jump Street’ as Jonah Hill's Love Interest

The ‘Greek’ star joins Channing Tatum, Ice Cube and Wyatt Russell in the upcoming comedy sequel directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller.
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Amber Stevens Joins ‘22 Jump Street’ as Jonah Hill's Love Interest

Amber Stevens joins 22 Jump Street as Jonah Hill's love interestGreek star Amber Stevens is returning to college once again, landing a role in the Sony Pictures comedy sequel 22 Jump Street.

The actress will play a new love interest for Jonah Hill's character Schmidt, as he and his partner Jenko (Channing Tatum) take on a new assignment at a local college. The story follows these partners and friends who begin to question their lives, and if they can have a normal relationship like two mature men. Jenko infiltrates the school's football team, where he meets a new like-minded buddy, while Schmidt explores the art scene.

We reported yesterday that Ice Cube is returning as Captain Dickson, with Wyatt Russell playing one of Jenko's football teammates. It still has not been confirmed whether or not Dave Franco is coming back as Eric Molson, although the actor revealed in January that he may return.

21 Jump Street directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller are returning to the helm, working from a script by Michael Bacall and Oren Uziel. No production schedule was given.

22 Jump Street was released June 13th, 2014.

Sources:The Wrap

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