Scott Garfield
Adam Carlson
April 18, 2013 AT 10:43 PM EDT

Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum are heading back undercover. Sony announced at its CinemaCon presentation that it will release a 21 Jump Street sequel sometime in 2014. A followup was never in doubt, after the crafty comic remake of the 1980s babyfaced-cop show made $138 million. In fact, Variety reported last year that Sony closed a deal for Hill and Michael Bacall to write the sequel before the original had even opened. EW called the comedy, “Fast, cheeky, and very funny.”

Few other details are available, including a more specific timeframe for release, or what exactly, the film will be about — but who cares? On a scale of The Giggs-Tripping Major Ballsack (beware NSFW video), how excited are you?

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