Since last year's hacking of Sony Pictures, rumours had been surfacing all over internet that a crossover between "Men In Black" and "21 Jump Street" has been under development. It seems that the movie is indeed happening and has got an official title.
According to Screen Rant, the title of the movie is "MIB 23." Sony Pictures revealed the title logo at 2016 Cinema Con that features the letters MIB in metallic that was used in previous "Men In Black" movies and the number "23" in the red colour similar to the previous "Jump Street" logos.
Apart from the logo, not much information has been made available by the studio. As reported by Comic Book, Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum might reprise their roles of Schmidt and Jenko from the previous "Jump Street" movies.
There is no confirmation either from Will Smith or Tommy Lee Jones whether they will reprise their respective roles of Agent J and Agent K from earlier "Men In Black" movies or not.
Cinema Blend has reported that the movie might be a reboot of "Men In Black" franchise and will introduce new agents. The website also mentioned that it will act as a spin-off film.
Several rumours suggest that Josh Brolin, who portrayed a younger Agent K in "Men In Black 3," might return. However, none of the official sources have confirmed the news.
Den of Geek has stated that James Bobin will be directing the crossover. Bobin had previously directed "The Muppets" and "Muppets Most Wanted" and is all set to direct the upcoming "Alice Through the Looking Glass."
Phil Lord and Chris Miller, directors of previous Jump Street movies, will return to produce "MIB 23." According to the website, the movie's release date will be announced soon.