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FIRST LOOK! Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill on the set of ’22 Jump Street’

Stars On The Set Of '22 Jump Street'

Today we’re getting our first look at Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill on the set of ’22 Jump Street’ in New Orleans.

I didn’t see the first one – did you? I heard it wasn’t great, so I didn’t waste my time… which is valuable, okay. I have more important things to watch, like ‘Real Housewives of NJ.’

Stars On The Set Of '22 Jump Street'

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Posted Tuesday, October 1st, 2013 at 1:13pm
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‘The Watch’ actor Jonah Hill hails a cab after leaving a gym in New York City

Jonah Hill dropped a ton of weight last year, and then before the year was over – had put quite a bit of it back on. Looks like the comedian is looking to lose the weight again… good for him!

Speaking of ‘The Watch’, how many of you went and saw it? I had free passes to see it – and I still don’t want to waste my time with it. It looks HORRIBLE and completely unfunny. (Poor Vince Vaughn)

Turns out the movie bombed opening weekend …. no surprise.

Unsurprisingly, “The Watch,” about a neighborhood watch group, bombed in its debut weekend. Granted, Fox didn’t expect higher than a $15m opening; however, the comedy didn’t even make that.

It was uncertain how the Ben StillerVince Vaughn comedy would fare after changing marketing tactics—and its title—after Trayvon Martin was killed by a member of a neighborhood watch group.

Though the film changed its name from “Neighborhood Watch” to the slightly more vague “The Watch,” everyone knew the film was still about the same thing. The characters still prided themselves wearing “Neighborhood Watch” jackets. Even more, marketing for the film was mixed. During a midnight screening of TDKR, we viewed the film advertised as “Neighborhood Watch.”

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Posted Wednesday, August 1st, 2012 at 8:08am
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Jonah Hill And Channing Tatum Premiere ’21 Jump Street’

Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum hit the red carpet last night for the premiere of their new flick ‘21 Jump Street’.

Also in attendance: original ’21 Jump Street’ cast members Holly Robinson Peete (who is also in the film) and Richard Grieco.  Richard isn’t listed as having a role in the new version, but Johnny Depp makes a small and uncredited appearance as his former hunky character Tom Hanson.

I have to admit that I was completely against this “reboot/remake/whatever you want to call it” (and not just because I don’t care for Jonah Hill), but after watching the trailer…I might go check it out.



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Posted Wednesday, March 14th, 2012 at 12:12pm
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Jonah Hill Speaks on SAG & Globe Nods – “I’m Trying Not to Get Wrapped Up in All of This”

Jonah Hill should be boasting and celebrating his two major nominations — one from the Screen Actors Guild and the other a Golden Globe — for his role opposite Brad Pitt in Moneyball, but even though he calls the nods “fantastic,” he says he’s trying not to fall into the hype of it all.

“I have been trying not to get wrapped up in all of this, in everything.”

“Any expectation of getting a SAG nomination or an Oscar nomination are sort of absurd expectations to put on yourself,” he says. “So the fact that I actually got this nomination was so overwhelmingly moving and thrilling and surreal. I am really just kind of shocked.”

“The phone calls and emails I have gotten today are unlike any I have ever experienced. I feel like I got married or had a kid or something. I have never had anything like this happen to me before. My parents were actually crying.”

The 27-year-old is up against Kenneth Branagh in My Week with Marilyn for the Golden Globe, along with Albert Brooks in Drive, Viggo Mortensen in A Dangerous Method and Christopher Plummer in Beginners. In the SAG category, he’s joined by Branagh and Plummer, as well as Armie Hammer in J. Edgar and Nick Nolte in Warrior.

“I am so in shock and awe right now that I can not even begin to conceptualize the fact that I am up there with them.”

“It is not too often you get the second lead opposite Brad Pitt [also SAG and Globe nominated] in a film,” said Hill. “It did feel like a momentous occasion in my life when I got the part, and it was.”



Posted Thursday, December 15th, 2011 at 1:13pm
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