"Kindergarten Cop 2" premiered a first trailer Tuesday on Entertainment Weekly.

The preview sees Dolph Lundgren go undercover as a kindergarten teacher to recover stolen data for the Federal Witness Protection Program. Bill Bellamy co-stars as fellow cop Agent Sanders, with Sarah Strange as teacher Miss Sinclaire.

The film is a reboot of "Kindergarten Cop," which opened in 1990 and starred Arnold Schwarzenegger as Agent John Kimble.

The original movie was directed by "Ghostbusters" helmer Ivan Reitman and earned $202 million at the box office.

"Kindergarten Cop 2" will be released on DVD and in digital HD on May 17. "Rich Girl" actor Don Michael Paul, who directed "Jarhead 2: Field of Fire," helmed the sequel, which was co-executive produced by Mike Elliott and Brian Grazer.

"In this exciting reboot, we introduce a unique blend of humor and action to the next generation of viewers, as well as share a reimagined version of the story with longtime fans who have made this an enduring family favorite," Universal 1440 Entertainment EVP Glenn Ross previously said in a statement.

Lundgren, 58, made a brief appearance in "Hail, Caesar!" and will star in "Larceny" with Louis Mandylor. The actor is also slated for "Without You I'm Nothing" and "Welcome to Willits," and will direct and star in "Wanted Man."