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They say that absence makes the heart grow fonder, but apparently stars Ben Stiller and Jonah Hill don't even want to take that chance. Case in point: According to The Hollywood Reporter, the duo is in talks to reunite for the brand new comedy "Aloha" even before their current collaboration, "The Watch," arrives in theaters this Friday.
Looks like this time, "Aloha" means "bromance." Get More »
We gotta say, Jonah Hill's been making some pretty impressive moves lately.
His first real turn as a dramatic actor came along as Brad Pitt's sidekick in "Moneyball," and he got an Oscar nomination for it. Then, after paying homage to his comedic roots with Channing Tatum in the hilarious "21 Jump Street," he jumped back into the fold of potential acclaim by landing a gig in Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street." Now, he's juicing up his resume even more with Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained."
For five seasons, Kyle Chandler gained rave reviews on "Friday Night Lights." The only problem was nobody actually watched it. Now, though, Chandler is turning that buzz into a big time movie career — and, according to Deadline, he's just landed his biggest role yet as a crusading FBI agent in the upcoming Martin Scorsese drama "The Wolf of Wall Street."
Looks like Chandler must have clear eyes and a full heart, because these days he just can't lose. Get More »
Funnyman-turned-Oscar nominee Jonah Hill is adding another serious movie notch to his belt.
Hill, who was nominated for an Academy Award this year for his supporting role in "Moneyball" alongside Brad Pitt, will once again play the sidekick in "Wall Street." Get More »
As the tragic saga of the Trayvon Martin shooting escalates in the media, the summer event comedy "Neighborhood Watch" continues to feel the cultural ripple effect that has cast the title organization into a super negative light.
After pulling ads and an ill-timed teaser trailer featuring Jonah Hill making a gun hand signal to children, Variety reports that the Ben Stiller and Vince Vaughn-led satire has undergone a name change to simply "The Watch." Meanwhile, IGN has dropped a new NSFW red band trailer that makes it as clear as crystal that there's absolutely nothing realistic about the premise. Get More »
With Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn and Jonah Hill headlining, "Neighborhood Watch" might be one of the year's most anticipated comedies, but this situation is nothing to laugh about.
After the tragic, real-life shooting of high-schooler Trayvon Martin by a neighborhood watch captain, somehow promoting this space-alien comedy doesn't seem quite right, which is why the powers-that-be have pulled the first teaser poster and trailers from its Florida theaters. Get More »
Today, they're the stars of the country's current #1 box office winner. But who were Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill during their high school days?
The stars of "21 Jump Street" got to recall their relatively recent pasts, both real and imaginary, when they sat down with MTV's "10 on Top." Tatum let it be known that, contrary to popular belief, he didn't exactly look like "Taylor Kitsch from 'Friday Night Lights'" – or, as Hill puts it, "John Carter from Tampa." Hill took a more meta approach to remembering his own personal style back in high school, saying he actually resurrected his teenage "look" for the movie.
"If myself in high school knew that ten years later I would be putting the way I looked in high school into a movie to get an immediate laugh, he would kill himself," said Hill, laughing at the fact that his past self has now been reduced to little more than a "sight gag."
The boys also conjured a "What If?" version of their high school days as they theorized as to whether their teenage selves would've been friends (of course they would've!) and even gave each other rather touching yearbook titles. It's a real-life bromance!
Tune into MTV's "10 on Top" every Saturday at 11:30 a.m. ET.
This week: Rooney Mara deservedly earned an Oscar nomination for her portrayal of gothic computer hacker Lisbeth Salander in David Fincher's English-language remake of "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo," which co-stars a very un-Bondlike Daniel Craig.
Also new is Kermit's comeback in "The Muppets," Jonah Hill in the comedy "The Sitter," Gary Oldman in the spy thriller "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy," and the Blu-ray debut of the violent Japanese phenomenon "Battle Royale." Get More »
Jonah Hill isn't just about to rock the box office — he's taking over home video shelves as well.
Of course, he's not the only one deserving of a little pat on the back. His fans deserve something to, which is why we're doling out "The Sitter" DVDs to three of his most lucky fans. Get More »
They're too old for this red carpet.
Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum, Ice Cube, Brie Larson and other celebrities down with the law got frisked at the premiere of "21 Jump Street," the film adaptation of Fox's very first hit television series that starred Johnny Depp (who might or might not have a cameo in the movie) as a young (-ish)-looking narcotics cop working undercover in the mean streets of ... high school.
Just Say Yes to our collection of evidence photos from the premiere, and get recruited yourself when "21 Jump Street" hits theaters on March 16.