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Jonah Hill

Jonah Hill
Actor Jonah Hill, born Jonah Hill Feldstein, started out in the Judd Apatow flicks "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" and "Knocked Up." It was Hill's performance as a nerdy high schooler in 2007's "Superbad" that proved to be his breakout role.

Hill also voiced a character in the animated feature "Horton Hears a Who!"
Actor Jonah Hill, born Jonah Hill Feldstein, started out in the Judd Apatow flicks "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" and "Knocked Up." It was Hill's performance as a nerdy high schooler in 2007's "Superbad" that proved to be his breakout role.

Hill also voiced a character in the animated feature "Horton Hears a Who!"
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  • 'Focus' is 20 times hotter, 200 times smarter than 'Fifty Shades'

    'Focus' is 20 times hotter, 200 times smarter than 'Fifty Shades'
    Up to this point, both of Margot Robbie's major big-screen roles have featured what we'll call the OMarGot moment, when a main male character sees her and freaks out. In "About Time," Tim (Domhnall Gleeson) might've swallowed his own throat in...
  • Ray Bradbury home's demise has LA re-examining its history

    It was the house where Ray Bradbury wrote "Something Wicked This Way Comes," and when the bulldozer came to knock it down literary scholars and preservationists were aghast. The bright yellow home with the big bay windows where the author lived and...
  • James Franco tries to move beyond "The Interview" at Sundance

    Almost two months after the hack heard 'round the world, James Franco is trying and ready to move past "The Interview." The restless, multi-hyphenate artist has made a noble attempt to refocus his attentions. Franco has three movies playing in Park...
  • 'Togetherness' explores 2 sides of midlife angst

    Steps have been taken to avoid any mix-up distinguishing the voices — Mark's from Jay's — when the tape is transcribed. But the Duplass brothers assure their interviewer that they don't care which name is attached to a quote. “We...
  • FBI raids medical-supply company in Boca Raton

    FBI raids medical-supply company in Boca Raton
    Agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation early Wednesday raided a medical-supply company in Boca Raton with ties to Daniel Porush, a man who helped inspire a character depicted in the movie "The Wolf of Wall Street." The company, Med-Care...
  • The year in maddening apologies

    You name it, in 2014, someone in the public eye has done it, received a whole lot of social media backlash for it and then quickly gone back on what they did, grovelling for the acceptance of the masses. We may not have taught anyone to think before...
  • Sony Pictures execs debated risk of 'The Interview' before cyberattack

    Months before a devastating computer attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment, studio executives debated the risk of releasing the upcoming comedy "The Interview" amid threats from North Korea that the movie was tantamount to an act of war. Studio...
  • Fallout from Sony hack may alter how Hollywood conducts business

    Fallout from Sony hack may alter how Hollywood conducts business
    The internal emails leaked in a massive computer hack at Sony Pictures have captivated an entertainment industry that's all ears for scandalous revelations. Beyond the dirty laundry, however, the release of inside information is expected to force...
  • 'Foxcatcher' star Channing Tatum still wrestling with his ambitions

    'Foxcatcher' star Channing Tatum still wrestling with his ambitions
    Making "Foxcatcher" wasn't fun for Channing Tatum. And he's the kind of guy who likes to have fun. He was named People's "Sexiest Man Alive" in 2012 — not an honor for any actor who takes himself too seriously. This year he did a TV show with...
  • Movie 'Foxcatcher' wrestles with John du Pont tragedy

    Filmmaker Bennett Miller was attending a DVD signing at Manhattan's Tower Records about eight years ago when a stranger approached him with a manila envelope. The man, who turned out to be producer Tom Heller, handed the director a package filled with...
  • Hollywood Film Awards launch Oscar season with two-hour infomercial

    The Hollywood Film Awards happened Friday night. No one knows who votes for these prizes. Maybe it's an unnamed 12-person committee, as Dick Clark Productions programming executive Mark Bracco maintains. Maybe it's solely the province of the event's...