Jonah Hill's name is increasingly becoming synonymous with man-on-man oral sex. On last night's Chelsea Lately, Channing Tatum explained that though he won a bet over the opening weekend gross of 2012's 21 Jump Street that would require Hill to kiss the tip of his dick, he's yet to collect. Again. People will not let him stop talking about this.
Yesterday, just hours after the footage of Jonah Hill calling a paparazzo a "faggot" was posted by TMZ, the actor shared his regrets regarding the slur on Howard Stern's Sirius show. On last night's Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Hill reiterated his remorse while accepting full accountability for not just his words but their weight beyond his intention:
Here we go again. TMZ reports that while Jonah Hill was in Los Angeles this weekend, he was trailed by a couple of paps. He became so fed up that he unleashed the dreaded F-bomb on one. Come on, man. Think about Alec Baldwin—at this point, saying "faggot" hurts your celebrity career just as much as (if not more than) it hurts...whomever it still hurts at this point.
Last night on
Drake TV SNL, Jonah Hill got a special visit from his pal and Wolf of Wall Street costar Leo DiCaprio. Though DiCaprio made no mention of Hill's salary for the money-grubbing film—potato peels and Dave & Buster's gift cards—the two did act out a scene from a very familiar movie, pan flute and all. Still no word on when exactly DiCaprio's jeans-with-belt-and-button-down look is going to end, but—really—he must be stopped.
Fox's summer sci-fi comedy Neighborhood Watch has been renamed The Watch, after concerns that the film would remind people of the Trayvon Martin case. And it's tough to blame them: the original poster featured a "Neighborhood Watch" sign complete with a shadowy figure and bullet holes. Trayvon Martin was shot by real-life Neighborhood Watch volunteer George Zimmerman, currently facing charges of second-degree murder.
Here's the trailer for 21 Jump Street, the latest in a long line of incredibly good, successful, award-winning, hilarious, and terrific movies that take beloved (or at least, well-remembered, in a fond if kind of vague way) old dramatic television shows and turn them into comedies involving vomit jokes. It stars skinny Jonah Hill!
Jonah Hill is on top of the world right now, and he's spending his Moneyball's on a 4,650 square feet home in Tarzana, California. Jonah plunked down $2.18 million for the five bedroom, 5.5 bathroom house, making this his second real estate purchase in just over a year (he spent $1.9 million on a ranch-style home in Laurel Canyon in May of 2010).
Here's a redband (meaning: NSFW) trailer for the upcoming comedy The Sitter, a David Gordon Green-directed, Jonah Hill-starring swear- and sexapalooza that's sure to have everyone giddy with titillation.
Here's a trailer for Moneyball, based on the non-fiction book by Michael Lewis about the general manager of a struggling MLB team trying to turn it all around. This movie had some trouble in getting made, but now here it is!