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Jonah Hill Got Fat Again.

Jonah Hill Walks His Dogs In NYC

To put it bluntly…

Jonah Hill was spotted out and about in NYC walking is two very cute dogs…but, it feels as though he’s gained back some of that weight he worked so hard to shed. That being said, he could have also been told to beef up for a role. either way, he’s looking definitely bigger, even despite wearing a blue puffy vest and sporting lots of facial hair.

Check out the pics below and tell us if he seems significantly bigger, or maybe it’s all a beardy, puffy-vest optical illusion…

Photos: FameFlynet

Posted Monday, March 28th, 2016 at 11:11am
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PICS: Jonah Hill Steps Out In NYC

PICS: Jonah Hill Steps Out In NYC

Wolf Of Wall Street actor Jonah Hill is seen leaving his hotel in New York City, New York on March 16, 2015. After many years of yo-yo dieting Jonah Hill has been displaying a much fuller figure as of late.

PICS: Jonah Hill Steps Out In NYC

Friends of the actor insist that he knows he’s got a weight problem, but if he doesn’t shape up, he will end up just like John Candy. His pal said, “The problem with Jonah is he has very little self control with food. He doesn’t really have a favorite food, and he will eat anything if you put it in front of him.”

The source went on to say, “The fatter he gets, the more women seem to be attracted to him. He even dated a dietition for a year and actually gained weight in the relationship. If Jonah doesn’t start losing weight in the next couple of years, he very well could end up like John Candy – DEAD!”

Source, Photo Credit: Fame/Flynet

Posted Tuesday, March 17th, 2015 at 11:11am
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Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum Can’t Get Enough of Each Other…

22 Jump Street Premieres in LA

Who’s a fan of the 22 Jump Street duo, Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum?  I regret to admit that I have not yet caught the film, though I’ve heard it’s quite funny and I enjoyed the first film, 21 Jump Street, royally.  Those of you who enjoy their camaraderie may be excited to know that Hill is in talks to co-star with Tatum in the Coen Brothers’ upcoming film, Hail, Caesar!

Hail, Caesar! will be set in 1950’s Hollywood and will center around a ‘fixer’ whose job it is to keep the studio’s stars in line.

According to Entertainment Weekly, George Clooney and Josh Brolin are signed up to star in the film, Channing Tatum, Tilda Swinton and Ralph Fiennes are in negotiations, and Scarlett Johansson is in ‘talks’ to join the cast – as is Hill.

It sounds like a perfectly lovely cast and I can’t wait to see a preview for it.  On a completely unrelated note- I’m curious to see a recent preggers picture of Miss Johansson!

22 Jump Street Premieres in LA 22 Jump Street Premieres in LA

Photos: FameFlynet, Source

Posted Thursday, July 10th, 2014 at 1:13pm
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Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill’s bromance continues….


According to Deadline, Fox has purchased the rights to “The Ballad of Richard Jewell,” a 1997 Vanity Fair article about how Jewell went from hero to villain to redeemed. Jonah Hill will star as Richard Jewell, a security guard who discovered a backpack in the Olympics compound in Atlanta 1996. He was initially deemed a hero for reporting the suspicious backpack, and helping clear the crowd before it exploded. He was then vilified three days later as a potential suspect, and his life and reputation were drug through the mud for 24 hours.

Leonardo DiCaprio will play a lawyer Jewell knew casually, a Southern attorney who mostly dealt in real estate. He seemed over his head at the time, but ultimately guided Jewell through a rough period even after the FBI officially cleared Jewell’s name three months later.

Brenner, whose VF article was the original source material for the Michael Mann-directed tobacco whistle-blower tale The Insider, accompanied Jewell and his attorney just as it finally became clear he had nothing to do with placing the bomb.

This comes as both DiCaprio and Hill are up for Oscars for Best Picture nominee The Wolf Of Wall Street. It is particularly a strong role for Hill, who continues his remarkable transition from comic actor to serious roles that started with an Oscar-nominated turn in Moneyball and continues with the Rupert Goold-directed True Story, in which Hill plays Michael Finkel, a disgraced journalist who got the chance at redemption when a suspected killer (James Franco) took Finkel’s name, and would only talk to that journalist. That project is also at Fox, with New Regency.

This latest deal seems timely with the Sochi Winter Olympics about to begin, but this is more a cautionary tale about how a media rush to judgment, based on law enforcement leaks and rumors, can trample the rights of individuals before the facts are even in. Jewell’s move from hero to a potential bomber looking for attention happened in an alarmingly short span before, in his words, the FBI and journalists were on him “like piranha on a bleeding cow.” Based on the flimsiest evidence and the FBI’s zeal to corral a suspect, Jewell, a former sheriff’s deputy who earlier that year moved in with his mother to care for her during a health crisis, and took a security job because he thought it would be strong resume material as he tried to become a cop, was suddenly depicted as a 34-year-old loser who lived with his mother.

After the Atlanta Journal Constitution boldly wrote a front-page story that flatly said Jewell fit the profile of a lone bomber, 10,000 reporters decamped outside their small apartment, which the FBI tore apart looking for evidence, taking hair samples and fingerprints. Jewell’s mother was particularly traumatized, particularly when her favorite newsman, Tom Brokaw, came on NBC and reported the feds probably had enough to arrest and charge her son, but perhaps not enough to convict him yet. Jay Leno turned Jewell into a nightly running joke on The Tonight Show, ridiculing him for his weight and other matters. It was an ugly chapter for journalism, with bogus reporting that included the assertion on CNN that Jewell was seen before the explosion with a homemade bomb. Lawsuits were filed and settled with several news outlets. Jewell died in 2007 at age 44, and at least in his obits, he was called a hero. An anti-government militant later confessed to the crime.

Sounds interesting! Can’t wait to see it! Speaking of their bromance, did you see them together on SNL? Was hilarious!


Posted Wednesday, February 5th, 2014 at 8:08am
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