After bonding on “The Wolf of Wall Street,” Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill are looking for another project to work together on together.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the two may bring the true story of Richard Jewell, a security guard who went from hero to suspect at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, to the big screen.
Jonah Hill returned to his comedic roots on Saturday with another hosting stint on “Saturday Night Live.” He had a little help from his friends this time, namely “Wolf of Wall Street” co-star Leonardo DiCaprio and “Superbad” pal Michael Cera.Hill started his monologue like a big shot, bragging about his second Oscar nomination, but Leo brought him back down to earth. To calm Jonah’s nerves, DiCaprio offered to use a technique they supposedly used on the “Wolf” set. Check out their “Titanic” moment…
Actor Jonah Hill, 30, might have this blonde beauty on his arm as he makes the rounds this awards season. Who is she? Actress Isabelle McNally… his girlfriend!reports the two have been together for months, but the relationship had not been confirmed until now.
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As their film "Django Unchained" continues to do well at the box office, new BFFs Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill had a time of it on a yacht in Sydney, Australia over the weekend.
The two partied on the boat on Saturday with a bevy of lovely women, reports the Daily Mail, with some of the girls removing their tops for fun. See the pics here!
Jamie Foxx, Chace Crawford and DJ Samantha Ronson also flew to Sydney with DiCaprio on Friday to welcome 2013 before heading back to the US for more New Year's antics.
CNN anchor Don Lemon is fuming at Jonah Hill after they ran into each other in a hotel lobby. According to Lemon, Hill brushed him off as he approached, treating him like "the help." Jonah tweeted at the newsman, "I said hi, what do you want me to do, move in with you? I was in a hurry. Didn't realize you were a 12 year old girl. Peace."
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The hit '80's TV show-turned-movie, "21 Jump Street," opened as the number one weekend movie with $35 million.
Just like the TV show, two undercover cops, Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum, pose as high school students looking to bring down a drug ring. The film knocked "Dr. Seuss' The Lorax" out of the top spot after staying at number one for two weekends in a row.
"Extra" takes a closer look at this year's Academy Award nominees for Best Supporting Actor: Kenneth Branagh, Jonah Hill, Nick Nolte, Christopher Plummer and Max von Sydow.