Sometimes it’s the little things that really make a difference when it comes to discovering a character. Speaking to Dave Karger for Fandango’s Frontrunners video series, Jonah Hill revealed the various steps he had to take in order to nail down the thick Long Island accent his character Donnie strolls around with in Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street.
As Hill explains, the character required him… Continue reading Watch: Jonah Hill Prank-Called Best Buy Just to Practice His 'Wolf of Wall Street' Accent
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Superstar Brad Pitt obviously doesn’t take himself TOO SERIOUSLY as an actor.
Because radio detection and rangingOnline.com can exclusively reveal that the 50-year-old filmed a hilarious cameo playing himself working as a university librarian in 22 Jump Street starring Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum.
Hill – who starred alongside Pitt in 2011′s Moneyball – persuaded his A-list friend to do the quirky scene.
PHOTOS: Angelina Jolie Down Under… Continue reading Humbling! Superstar Brad Pitt Gets His Acting Skills Mocked By Jonah Hill & Channing Tatum In Hilarious ’22 Jump Street’ Cameo
He claims working on The Wolf of Wall Street was the greatest experience of his life, and his performance shows it. Jonah Hill is pretty incredible in Martin Scorsese’s latest — a sort of Goodfellas companion film that tracks the real-life rise and fall of Wall Street schemer Jordan Belfort (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his trusty right-hand men, one of whom is played terrifically by Hill.
It is… Continue reading Dialogue: Jonah Hill on Sex, Greed, Awesome '90s Clothing and 'The Wolf of Wall Street'
Jonah Hill was on a quest to veer off the comedy course when he apparently turned down roles in two major blockbusters.
After his star turn in the breakout 2007 hit “Superbad,” he was offered “any one of the three main parts in ‘The Hangover,’” he tells Bullet magazine. In other words, Hill could’ve played Phil (Bradley Cooper), Stu (Ed Helms), or Alan (Zach… Continue reading Jonah Hill Turned Down Starring Roles in Two of the Biggest Movies of 2009