"Moneyball" co-stars and today's Oscar nominees Brad Pitt and Jonah Hill sat down for a Q&A about their film, presented by Back Stage and SAG Foundation Conversations.
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Based on '80s series that starred Johnny Depp as one of a group of youthful-looking cops who go undercover, "21 Jump Street" has moved to the big screen in a reboot starring Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum. The two pose as high school students who expose a drug ring at their alma mater.
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After making headlines for losing 40 pounds, actor Jonah Hill headed to The Grove to talk about his new animated series, "Allen Gregory." The slimmed-down funnyman said, "I just started eating healthy and exercising... and that's about it." He added, "I wish there was some amazing book that had all the world's secrets, but unfortunately, it's just hard work."
Hill, who voices a precocious 7-year-old named Allen Gregory DeLongpre, said the character is not mirrored after himself. Hill explained, "Allen Gregory is like the most arrogant kid to walk the face of the earth."
Promoting his latest film, "Moneyball," Brad Pitt is on the cover of Sports Illustrated, but this time he doesn't talk about Jen Aniston.
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Actor Brad Pitt's premiere took over Oakland, California on Monday -- where his new baseball flick "Moneyball" was filmed.
Pitt plays Oakland A's general manager Billy Beane, who successfully drafted a baseball club on a budget by using computer-generated analysis.
Actors Brad Pitt and Jonah Hill made the cover of New York Magazine's Fall Preview issue, talking about their new movie "Moneyball," which focuses on baseball general manager Billy Beane and his unorthodox efforts to turn around the Oakland As in 2003.
Pitt came aboard in late 2007 to play Beane and quickly "became obsessed." "I saw it as a story about justice," he said. "How is a team with a $40-million payroll going to compete with a team with a $140-million payroll and another $100 million in reserves? Any talent they grow is going to get poached by the rich teams. That became really interesting to me."