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21 Jump Street (2012)

  • Rate: 7.2/10 total 147,711 votes 
  • Genre: Action | Comedy | Crime
  • Release Date: 16 March 2012 (USA)
  • Runtime: 109 min
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  • IMDb page: 21 Jump Street (2012)
  • Rate: 7.2/10 total 147,711 votes 
  • Genre: Action | Comedy | Crime
  • Release Date: 16 March 2012 (USA)
  • Runtime: 109 min
  • Filming Location: New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
  • Budget: $42,000,000(estimated)
  • Gross: $201,585,328(Worldwide)(19 October 2012)
  • Stars: Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum and Ice Cube|See full cast and crew
  • Original Music By: Mark Mothersbaugh   
  • Soundtrack: Graduation (Friends Forever)
  • Sound Mix: Dolby DigitalSDDS Sony Dynamic Digital Sound  sound mixDatasat Digital Entertainment  sound mix (as Datasat Digital Sound)American Humane Association, The  animal action monitoring: AHAD 02885 (as American Humane Association)Camtec Motion Picture Camera Rentals  camera equipment provided by (uncredited)Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera cranes (uncredited)Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera dollies (uncredited)Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  remote camera systems (uncredited)Codex Digital  digital recording equipment (uncredited)Coulon Casting  casting (uncredited)Event Restroom  restrooms (uncredited)Filmtools  expendables (uncredited)Hollywood Trucks  entertainment transportation (uncredited)Lightnin' Production Rentals  transportation equipment (uncredited)Second Line Stages  sound stages (uncredited)Silver Screen Supply  climate control (uncredited)Silver Screen Supply  location equipment/rentals (uncredited)Silver Screen Supply  portable power systems and cables (uncredited)Silver Screen Supply  production rentals (uncredited)South Coast Helicopters  helicopters (uncredited)Southern Costume Company  costume rental (uncredited)Video Ninjas  video assist/computer graphics (uncredited) Create a character page for: Mr. GordonPrincipal DadierDeputy Chief HardyDelroyRomanJuarioAmirLisaAnnie SchmidtDavid SchmidtPhyllisFugazyJr. Jr.BurnsSandersBilliam WillinghamDJ Ay PapiKarlOne-Percenter #1One-Percenter #2One-Percenter #3 – LuisOne-Percenter #4 – LukasOne-Percenter #5 – EdFrench SamuelsScottCrazyCrazyCrazyMelodieHamilton PrincipalCinnamonProstituteProstituteAccompanistVW Bug DriverEMTEric's FriendEric's FriendNaked Drama ThreesomeNaked Drama ThreesomeNaked Drama ThreesomeAdorable BoyJanitorPolice ChiefInstructorPlainclothes DetectivePolice CadetBoy in ParkTheater ParentGraduation AttendeeStudentFlashback High School GirlPolicemanPolice Academy CadetOfficer MillerHigh School Student———–more…
  • Plot Keyword: High School | Drug | Arrest | Police | Underachiever

Writing Credits By:

  • Michael Bacall (screenplay)
  • Michael Bacall (story) &
  • Jonah Hill (story)
  • Patrick Hasburgh (television series) &
  • Stephen J. Cannell (television series)

Known Trivia

  • Jennifer Lawrence, Juno Temple, Julianne Hough and Gemma Ward auditioned for a role.
  • Emma Stone was considered for the lead female role but had to drop out due to scheduling conflicts with The Amazing Spider-Man.
  • Channing Tatum’s character is named Jenko after Captain Richard Jenko, played by actor Frederic Forrest, on the original 21 Jump Street TV series. Jenko was the original captain of the squad before being killed off and then replaced by Captain Adam Fuller, played by Steven Williams.
  • Channing Tatum passed on the movie twice before he was convinced by Jonah Hill to take the role.
  • At one point, Dave Franco’s character says that he doesn’t trust Channing Tatum’s character because he looks like he’s 40 years old. In reality, Tatum is only five years older than Franco.
  • Jonah Hill lost over 40 pounds for his role since he and Channing Tatum are required to do a number of physically demanding stunts.
  • In one scene the bad guys are actually watching the TV series 21 Jump Street on TV. While other original cast members show up in cameos in the film, Dustin Nguyen (Officer Harry Truman Ioki) does not. But he is worked into the film here as almost all the shots on the TV are of Ioki.
  • The understudy for Peter Pan is named French Samuels. Samuel French is the name of the publishing company that manages the rights to the musical “Peter Pan”.
  • While undercover, Jonah Hill’s character’s cover is almost blown by someone he knows personally, and he avoids this by pushing her away and saying that she tried to grab his private parts. This same exact thing happened to Johnny Depp’s character in Donnie Brasco while he was undercover.
  • Throughout the film as the two main characters return to “The Chapel” they are confronted by 2 female officers who are ragging on them and touting their own exploits. Busting a prostitution ring, and busting up a chop shop run out of a High School auto shop. Both of these cases are clearly based on episodes (from season 1) of the old series in which they did infiltrate a modeling ring that was used for prostitution and a chop shop run out of the auto shop.

Goofs: Audio/visual unsynchronized: When Eric is telling Jenko that he doesn't trust him because he looks 40. He says, "After a stunt like that, there is no way you can be cops," and although his mouth is covered you can see that it is not moving at all.

Plot: A pair of underachieving cops are sent back to a local high school to blend in and bring down a synthetic drug ring. Full summary »  »

Story: In high school, Schmidt (Jonah Hill) was a dork and Jenko (Channing Tatum) was the popular jock. After graduation, both of them joined the police force and ended up as partners riding bicycles in the city park. Since they are young and look like high school students, they are assigned to an undercover unit to infiltrate a drug ring that is supplying high school students synthetic drugs.Written by Douglas Young (the-movie-guy)  


Synopsis: Morton Schmidt (Jonah Hill) and Greg Jenko (Channing Tatum) are former classmates who meet again at police academy. Schmidt was a nerd while Jenko was a jock. They end up becoming friends at the academy as they help with each others’ weaknesses with Schmidt helping Jenko study and Jenko motivating Schmidt through physical activity. They graduate together as partners, but are assigned to park patrol. They catch a break when they spot a group of drug dealers and arrest their leader Domingo (DeRay Davis). However, the department is forced to release him as Jenko forgot to read the Miranda rights. The two are reassigned to a revived specialty division on 21 Jump Street.

They are introduced to Captain Dickson (Ice Cube), who explains the division specializes in infiltrating high schools and that they were chosen because of their youthful appearances. Schmidt and Jenko are assigned to go back to their old high school to stop a new synthetic drug from spreading to other campuses by finding the supplier. They go undercover as brothers, living at Schmidt’s parents’ house, and see that their high school has changed. Jenko accidentally switches their identities and they get each others’ classes. They learn the lead dealer of the drug is the popular Eric (Dave Franco), but he is not the supplier.

They go to the dealing room where Eric forces them to take the drug right there and not wait. They attempt to throw it up but are unsuccessful, and they undergo the phases of the drug while talking to their P.E. teacher, Mr. Walters (Rob Riggle), and also while running track and during band practice. The mistakes that happen at the track meet causes Eric to take a liking to Schmidt.

Schmidt manages to fit in with the popular kids and takes a romantic interest in Eric’s friend Molly (Brie Larson), while Jenko becomes friends with the nerds in his AP Chemistry class while his teacher Ms. Griggs (Ellie Kemper) takes a sexual interest in him. Jenko discovers that his new friends secretly tap into other people’s cell phones to listen into their conversations. Schmidt decides to throw a party at his house to gain Eric’s complete trust and Jenko takes the opportunity to tap into Eric’s phone. Despite Captain Dickson ordering them not to serve alcohol and drugs to minors, they nevertheless buy alcohol and steal confiscated marijuana. When Eric arrives with Molly and his other friends, Jenko steals Eric’s phone for his friends to tap into while Schmidt fights off a rival of Eric’s and earns Eric’s trust.

Schmidt now pretends to sell the drug for Eric but is actually giving it to Captain Dickson to be confiscated. While at Eric’s house, Schmidt asks Molly out to prom while Jenko listens through Eric’s phone. He also insults Jenko to Eric with Jenko listening. Schmidt and Jenko learn that Eric is making a deal soon. When Jenko spots Eric leaving school, he takes Schmidt to follow him. They see that Eric is dealing with Domingo and his gang and they follow them, but are forced to run away when Domingo spots them. Back at school, Jenko accuses Schmidt of his earlier insults, possibly ruining the case, and getting in too deep, but Schmidt brushes him off. Jenko and Schmidt get into a fight that results in them getting expelled and fired from Jump Street.

Later that night, both are confronted by Eric and his friends, who want to bring them on as security after hearing about what happened with Domingo. He tells them about a deal with Domingo happening during prom where they get to meet the supplier. At prom, they are surprised to see that the supplier is Mr. Walters. When Domingo and his gang arrive, he recognizes Schmidt and Jenko as police officers, and tells two of his men to kill them. However, the two men reveal themselves as DEA Agents Tom Hanson (Johnny Depp) and Doug Penhall (Peter DeLuise), who were a part of the Jump Street program when it began. Hanson casually talks to Schmidt and Jenko during the standoff which gives Domingo the opportunity to kill him and Penhall. A gunfight ensues between Schmidt and Jenko, Mr. Walters, and Domingo and his crew. Mr. Walters and Eric escape in a limo with Molly as a hostage, with Domingo and his crew in pursuit of them in another limo. Schmidt and Jenko pursue all of them in another limo where Jenko creates a homemade chemical bomb from his knowledge in AP Chemistry to kill Domingo and his crew. They then confront Mr. Walters, who shoots at Schmidt. Jenko jumps in front of Schmidt, saving his life and getting shot in the arm in the process. In response Schmidt shoots Mr. Walters in the groin, severing his penis. The duo successfully arrest him and Eric and make amends with each other. Schmidt makes amends with Molly and the two share a kiss. They are rehired into Jump Street where Dickson gives them a new assignment in a college setting, to Schmidt’s excitement but to Jenko’s dismay.


FullCast & Crew

Produced By:

  • Stephen J. Cannell known as producer
  • Jonah Hill known as executive producer
  • Tania Landau known as executive producer
  • Neal H. Moritz known as producer
  • Ezra Swerdlow known as executive producer
  • Channing Tatum known as executive producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Jonah Hill known as Schmidt
  • Channing Tatum known as Jenko
  • Brie Larson known as Molly Tracey
  • Dave Franco known as Eric Molson
  • Rob Riggle known as Mr. Walters
  • DeRay Davis known as Domingo
  • Ice Cube known as Captain Dickson
  • Dax Flame known as Zack
  • Chris Parnell known as Mr. Gordon
  • Ellie Kemper known as Ms. Griggs
  • Jake Johnson known as Principal Dadier
  • Nick Offerman known as Deputy Chief Hardy
  • Holly Robinson Peete known as Officer Judy Hoffs
  • Johnny Pemberton known as Delroy
  • Stanley Wong known as Roman
  • Justin Hires known as Juario
  • Brett Lapeyrouse known as Amir
  • Lindsey Broad known as Lisa
  • Caroline Aaron known as Annie Schmidt
  • Joe Chrest known as David Schmidt
  • Geraldine Singer known as Phyllis
  • Dakota Johnson known as Fugazy
  • Rye Rye known as Jr. Jr.
  • Valerie Tian known as Burns
  • Jaren Mitchell known as Sanders
  • Johnny Simmons known as Billiam Willingham
  • Keith Kurtz known as DJ Ay Papi
  • Randal Reeder known as Karl
  • Peter Epstein known as One-Percenter #1
  • Anthony Molinari known as One-Percenter #2
  • Luis Da Silva Jr. known as One-Percenter #3 – Luis
  • Dominic 'Taz' Alexander known as One-Percenter #4 – Lukas (as Dominic Alexander)
  • Mike Seal known as One-Percenter #5 – Ed
  • Spencer Boldman known as French Samuels
  • Joe Williams known as Scott (as Joe Nin Williams)
  • Chad Hessler known as Crazy
  • Kevin Michael Murphy known as Crazy (as Kevin Murphy)
  • Victor Paguia known as Crazy
  • Chanel Celaya known as Melodie
  • Carol Sutton known as Hamilton Principal
  • Andrea Frankle known as Cinnamon
  • Tiffney Wagner known as Prostitute
  • Andrea Madison known as Prostitute
  • Hristo Birbochukov known as Accompanist
  • Candi Brooks known as VW Bug Driver
  • Turner Crumbley known as EMT
  • Haley Farris known as Eric's Friend (as Haley Elizabeth Farris)
  • Brittney Alger known as Eric's Friend
  • Joshua Nelms known as Naked Drama Threesome
  • Courtney Jarrell known as Naked Drama Threesome
  • Melissa Cordero known as Naked Drama Threesome
  • Beau Delatte known as Adorable Boy (as Beau DeLatte)
  • Charles Ferrara known as Janitor
  • Mark Adams known as Police Chief
  • Brian Heath Rossitto known as Instructor
  • John L. Armijo known as Plainclothes Detective (uncredited)
  • Beau Brasseaux known as Police Cadet (uncredited)
  • Cameron M. Brown known as Boy in Park (uncredited)
  • Peter DeLuise known as Officer Doug Penhall (uncredited)
  • Johnny Depp known as Tom Hanson (uncredited)
  • Rene Fabre known as Theater Parent (uncredited)
  • Cy Fahrenholtz known as Graduation Attendee (uncredited)
  • Dakota Hill known as Student (uncredited)
  • Sara Kenley known as Flashback High School Girl (uncredited)
  • Stephen Livaudais known as Policeman (uncredited)
  • Moses Munoz known as Police Academy Cadet (uncredited)
  • Darren Sumner known as Officer Miller (uncredited)
  • Stephen Warren known as High School Student (uncredited)



Supporting Department

Makeup Department:

  • Gloria Belz known as makeup artist
  • Susan Buffington known as key hair stylist
  • Theresa A. Fleming known as hair stylist
  • Dennis Liddiard known as key makeup artist (as G. Dennis Liddiard)
  • Chrissy Morris known as makeup artist (as Chrissy Morris-Reeder)
  • Francisco X. Pérez known as department head makeup (as Francisco X. Perez)
  • Betty Lou Skinner known as key hair stylist: second unit
  • Aimee Stuit known as key makeup: second unit
  • Melissa A. Yonkey known as department head hair
  • Marcos Gonzales known as additional hair (uncredited)

Art Department:

  • Marc Baird known as storyboard artist
  • Edward J. Borasch Jr. known as property master (as Ed Borasch Jr.)
  • Carl Denooyer known as set dresser gangboss
  • Drew Guajardo known as assistant property master
  • Michelle C. Harmon known as set designer
  • Kelly Hemenway known as graphic designer (as Kelly Rae Hemenway)
  • Mayumi Konishi-Valentine known as set designer
  • Heather Korman known as on-set dresser: second unit
  • Austin T. LeValley known as art department
  • K. Emily Levine known as art department coordinator (as Emily Levine)
  • Jim Mitchell known as storyboard artist (as James A. Mitchell)
  • Cory Parker known as on-set dresser
  • Virle S. Reid known as property master: second unit (as Virle Reid)
  • Sian C. Sanzone known as stand-by painter (as Siam Sanzone)
  • Brent Stewart known as general foreman
  • Chuck Stringer known as construction coordinator (as George Chuck Stringer)
  • Charles Tatum known as labor foreman (as Charles A. Tatum Jr.)
  • Richard Blake Wester known as leadman (as Richard B. Wester)
  • Spencer J. Abadie known as paint utility technician (uncredited)
  • Paul Alix known as props fabrication (uncredited)
  • Michael Arena known as lead greens (uncredited)
  • Charles Bodenheimer known as scenic artist (uncredited)
  • Jessica Bradley known as props fabrication (uncredited)
  • Rick Broderman known as paint foreman (uncredited)
  • Durado D. Brooks Jr. known as on-set dresser: second unit (uncredited)
  • Cassie Catalanotto known as set dresser (uncredited)
  • Delaney Davis known as set decoration coordinator (uncredited)
  • Ryan Martin Dwyer known as additional on-set dresser (uncredited)
  • Jack Flynn known as construction buyer (uncredited)
  • Rebecca Foster known as art department assistant (uncredited)
  • Gregory T. Geniusz known as set dresser (uncredited)
  • Paul Giglione known as painter (uncredited)
  • Anthony J. Henderson known as sculptor (uncredited)
  • Billy 'Jilly Bones' Jones known as scenic artist (uncredited)
  • Alexa Kinigopoulos known as assistant property master: second unit (uncredited)
  • Twig Leveque known as property assistant (uncredited)
  • Andrew H. Lewis known as painter (uncredited)
  • Lindanne Lewis known as scenic painter (uncredited)
  • Myron Meek known as prop gang boss (uncredited)
  • Grahame Ménage known as scenic artist: theater scenery (uncredited)
  • Danny Nick known as set dresser (uncredited)
  • Marybeth O'Connor known as set dresser (uncredited)
  • Slaid Parker known as props (uncredited)
  • Alixandra Petrovich known as on-set dresser: second unit (uncredited)
  • Jamie Rama known as illustrator (uncredited)
  • John Sanchez known as set dresser (uncredited)
  • Victoria St. Pierre known as stand-by painter: second unit (uncredited)
  • Paul Stanwyck known as lead painter (uncredited)
  • Alexander 'Sasha' Stolin known as scenic artist (uncredited)
  • Tony Ziegler known as set dresser (uncredited)




Production Companies:

  • Columbia Pictures (presents)
  • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) (as Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures) (presents)
  • Relativity Media (in association with)
  • Original Film
  • Stephen J. Cannell Productions (as SJC Studios)

Other Companies:

  • Location Gourmet  catering
  • HoffmannBrow  loop group
  • Sony Pictures Studios  post sound services (as Sony Pictures Studios, Culver City, California)
  • Imaginary Forces  titles and phase graphics
  • Sony ColorWorks  digital intermediate (as Colorworks)
  • Columbia Pictures Industries  author of this motion picture for the purpose of copyright and other laws (as Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.)
  • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)  author of this motion picture for the purpose of copyright and other laws (as Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures Inc.)
  • Warner Bros. Entertainment  still photo licensed by: Superman II (as Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.)
  • City of New Orleans, The  special thanks (as The City of New Orleans, Louisiana)
  • Louisiana Office of Entertainment Industry Development, The  special thanks (as The Office of Entertainment Industry Development of Louisiana)
  • Louisiana Entertainment  special thanks
  • Deluxe  logo (as deluxe)
  • Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA)  acknowledgement
  • International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE)  this picture made under the jurisdiction of (as I.A.T.S.E.)
  • Kodak Motion Picture Film  film stock
  • Dolby Laboratories  sound mix: Dolby Digital
  • SDDS Sony Dynamic Digital Sound  sound mix
  • Datasat Digital Entertainment  sound mix (as Datasat Digital Sound)
  • American Humane Association, The  animal action monitoring: AHAD 02885 (as American Humane Association)
  • Camtec Motion Picture Camera Rentals  camera equipment provided by (uncredited)
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera cranes (uncredited)
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera dollies (uncredited)
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  remote camera systems (uncredited)
  • Codex Digital  digital recording equipment (uncredited)
  • Coulon Casting  casting (uncredited)
  • Event Restroom  restrooms (uncredited)
  • Filmtools  expendables (uncredited)
  • Hollywood Trucks  entertainment transportation (uncredited)
  • Lightnin' Production Rentals  transportation equipment (uncredited)
  • Second Line Stages  sound stages (uncredited)
  • Silver Screen Supply  climate control (uncredited)
  • Silver Screen Supply  location equipment/rentals (uncredited)
  • Silver Screen Supply  portable power systems and cables (uncredited)
  • Silver Screen Supply  production rentals (uncredited)
  • South Coast Helicopters  helicopters (uncredited)
  • Southern Costume Company  costume rental (uncredited)
  • Video Ninjas  video assist/computer graphics (uncredited)


  • AcmeFilm (2012) (Lithuania) (theatrical)
  • Columbia Pictures (2012) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Columbia TriStar Warner Filmes de Portugal (2012) (Portugal) (theatrical)
  • Feelgood Entertainment (2012) (Greece) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Releasing Canada (2012) (Canada) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Releasing (2012) (Argentina) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Releasing (2012) (Australia) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Releasing (2012) (Belgium) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Releasing (2012) (France) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Releasing (2012) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Releasing (2012) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (2012) (Greece) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (2012) (USA) (DVD)
  • Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (2012) (USA) (DVD) (Blu-ray)



Other Stuff

Special Effects:

  • DuMonde VFX (visual effects) (as DuMonde Visual Effects)
  • Sony ColorWorks (visual effects) (as Colorworks)
  • Pixel Magic (visual effects)

Visual Effects by:

  • David Brzozowski known as graphics: DuMonde Visual Effects (as David Brzozowki)
  • Marla Carter Barrett known as compositing supervisor: DuMonde Visual Effects (as Marla Barrett)
  • Camille Cellucci known as visual effects producer: DuMonde Visual Effects
  • Johnathon Cormier known as compositor: DuMonde Visual Effects (as Jonathon Randall Cormier)
  • John R.C. Davis known as visual effects production manager: DuMonde Visual Effects (as John Davis)
  • Ayse Dedeoglu known as senior visual effects production manager: DuMonde Visual Effects (as Ayse Dedeoglu Arkali)
  • Orin Dodge known as system administrator: DuMonde Visual Effects
  • Patricia Rose Duignan known as visual effects executive producer: DuMonde Visual Effects (as Rose Duignan)
  • Richard Edlund known as visual effects supervisor: DuMonde Visual Effects
  • John Egli known as compositor: DuMonde Visual Effects
  • Boryslav Fird known as 3D artist: DuMonde Visual Effects
  • Mika Fowler known as visual effects coordinator: DuMonde Visual Effects
  • Chad Herrada known as compositor: DuMonde Visual Effects
  • Matt Killian known as animator: DuMonde Visual Effects
  • Roger Kupelian known as matte painter: DuMonde Visual Effects
  • Brian Mah known as titles and phase graphics: Imaginary Forces
  • Gillian Mantchev known as input/output: DuMonde Visual Effects
  • Jesse Morrow known as Flame artist
  • Helena Packer known as visual effects supervisor: DuMonde Visual Effects (as Helena Packer-Burnson)
  • Bob Roesler known as compositing supervisor: DuMonde Visual Effects
  • Anselm Seherr-Thoss known as 3D artist: DuMonde Visual Effects (as Anselm v. Seherr-Thoss)
  • Fausto Tejeda known as 3D artist: DuMonde Visual Effects
  • David Webb known as calibration engineer: DuMonde Visual Effects
  • Jordan Alphonso known as digital compositor (uncredited)
  • Mandy Arnold known as digital restoration artist (uncredited)
  • Victor DiMichina known as visual effects producer: Pixel Magic (uncredited)
  • Zack Earl Edwards known as set production assistant: visual effects unit (uncredited)
  • Adam Folse known as visual effects artist (uncredited)
  • Billy Hendrickson known as visual effects (uncredited)
  • Ray McIntyre Jr. known as visual effects supervisor: Pixel Magic (uncredited)
  • Brad Moylan known as compositing supervisor: Pixel Magic (uncredited)
  • Cat Rowe known as digital colorist assist (uncredited)
  • Joseph Schultz known as visual effects artist: 4Ward Productions (uncredited)

Release Date:

  • USA 12 March 2012 (South by Southwest Film Festival)
  • Australia 15 March 2012
  • Bulgaria 16 March 2012
  • Canada 16 March 2012
  • Estonia 16 March 2012
  • Ireland 16 March 2012
  • Lithuania 16 March 2012
  • Romania 16 March 2012
  • UK 16 March 2012
  • USA 16 March 2012
  • New Zealand 22 March 2012
  • Israel 29 March 2012
  • Russia 12 April 2012
  • Ukraine 12 April 2012
  • Iceland 18 April 2012
  • India 20 April 2012
  • Sweden 20 April 2012
  • Argentina 3 May 2012
  • Greece 3 May 2012
  • Hungary 3 May 2012
  • Brazil 4 May 2012
  • Mexico 4 May 2012
  • Venezuela 4 May 2012
  • Philippines 9 May 2012
  • Croatia 10 May 2012
  • Germany 10 May 2012
  • Singapore 10 May 2012
  • Spain 11 May 2012
  • Slovenia 17 May 2012
  • Colombia 18 May 2012
  • Vietnam 18 May 2012
  • Uruguay 1 June 2012
  • France 6 June 2012
  • Chile 7 June 2012
  • Peru 7 June 2012
  • Panama 8 June 2012
  • Taiwan 8 June 2012
  • Turkey 8 June 2012
  • Denmark 14 June 2012
  • Hong Kong 14 June 2012
  • Serbia 14 June 2012
  • Italy 15 June 2012
  • Norway 15 June 2012
  • Belgium 20 June 2012
  • Netherlands 21 June 2012
  • Portugal 28 June 2012
  • Poland 13 July 2012
  • Japan 6 March 2013 (DVD premiere)

MPAA: Rated R for crude and sexual content, pervasive language, drug material, teen drinking and some violence



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