Bonus: Jonah Hill feeling it, too.
The first trailer for Martin Scorsese’s film about the shady finance guys of the ’90s features big bucks, little person cannons, and Matthew McConaughey with a fantastically awful haircut.
Man-on-man love is totally fine, but man-on-man sex isn’t. (Warning: MAJOR SPOILERS.)
No, the artist formerly known as Harry Potter doesn’t appear in This Is the End, but he had a big influence on the wild, drug-filled apocalypse movie.
Have you read his interview in the latest issue of Rolling Stone? I’m not saying he’s a jerk from these quotes, but a lot of you out there are.
If only we had heeded Shia’s warning.
…in which The CNN anchor Don Lemon calls Jonah Hill a tool and Jonah Hill calls Don Lemon a 12-year-old girl.
Yes, I realize that “21 Hump Street” [link NSFW] is too good a gay porn title to pass up, but this means people want to imagine Jonah Hill having sex. Put that in your yaoi bong and smoke it. Fun trivia: Ron Jeremy also appears in the 1988 straight version with the same title.
Here’s the skit from the Jonah Hill episode that Hulu and NBC can’t rebroadcast due to music rights. But, fortunately, the internet is the internet. “I put you in my ‘Hottie Boombalotties’ folder.”
The promos for this week’s “Saturday Night Live” seem promising enough to wash the awful, awkward taste of Lindsay Lohan’s episode out of our collective mouths. Hooray!
The 84th Academy Awards nominees are…not terribly surprising. Although “Hugo” is putting points on the board and leading the pack (mixed sports metaphors) with 11 nominations, followed closely by “The Artist” with 10.
A behind-the-scenes extra from the “Moneyball” Blu-Ray DVD. In all fairness, Pitt is sitting opposite Jonah Hill in the scene they are trying to film in this clip. I suspect some sort of comedic foul play.
The next generation of kids will be able to trace back exactly when having an ironic mustache sounded like a good idea. On a side note, I love Sesame Street!.
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Cyrus, the new movie starring Jonah Hill and John C. Reilly is not affiliated with pop star Miley Cyrus.
The 40-Year-Old Virgin Who Knocked Up Sarah Marshall and Felt Superbad About It captures the Apatowian oeuvre, replete with chest wax, vagina jokes, and chubby Semitics.
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Paul Rudd, Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill, and Jason Segel reenact the infamous Tom Ford/ScarJo Vanity Fair cover.
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