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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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  • TV ratings: James Franco Comedy Central roast beats Roseanne

    TV ratings: James Franco Comedy Central roast beats Roseanne
    About 3.1 million people tuned in to watch celebrities and comedians bash and praise James Franco on Comedy Central Monday night, significantly more than last year's mass takedown of Roseanne Barr.  The "Comedy Central Roast of James Franco's" total...
  • For 'This Is the End,' the show never stops

    For 'This Is the End,' the show never stops
    This Is the End Sony, $30.99; Blu-ray, $40.99 Available on VOD beginning Tuesday A generation of comedy stars has been dominating movies for the last decade by playing "themselves," so it was only a matter of time before they went all-in on the...
  • 'The Croods' and 'Little Mermaid' top DVD and Blu-ray sales chart

    'The Croods' and 'Little Mermaid' top DVD and Blu-ray sales chart
    A new Stone Age children's comedy and a Disney classic have debuted at the top of the DVD and Blu-ray sales chart. "The Croods," the DreamWorks computer-animated movie about a prehistoric family, was the top-selling title in its first week in release...
  • 'Wolf of Wall Street:' New trailer shows DiCaprio in charming form

    Paramount Pictures had to wait a few extra months for Martin Scorsese to deliver a final cut of his upcoming "The Wolf of Wall Street," but a new trailer for the film indicates the delay may have been worth it. The studio this week confirmed it was...
  • Vince Vaughn: I haven't gone soft

    Vince Vaughn: I haven't gone soft
    It's been a rough few years at the box office for Vince Vaughn. Last summer, the actor reteamed with Owen Wilson in "The Internship" — an attempt to re-create the glory of their 2005 hit, "Wedding Crashers." But the comedy tanked at the box...
  • Review: Scorsese, DiCaprio go hunting in 'Wolf of Wall Street'

    Think you already hate those Wall Street high rollers who took so many investors for a ride in the '90s? Just wait until Martin Scorsese, Leonardo DiCaprio and "The Wolf of Wall Street" are through with you. Man, does this movie have a savage bite....
  • 'The Wolf of Wall Street' bares teeth, if not soul, critics say

    So far "The Wolf of Wall Street," Martin Scorsese's three-hour look at hedonistic white-collar crook Jordan Belfort, hasn't necessarily been warmly welcomed by mainstream audiences. Fortunately for Scorsese and leading man Leonardo DiCaprio, movie critics...
  • 'Wolf of Wall Street's' excess, corruption hit a nerve

    'Wolf of Wall Street's' excess, corruption hit a nerve
    Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street" hit at the end of 2013 like a contraption that is part stun gun and part paintball, jolting audiences and critics with its brash splatter of sex, drugs, greed and the amorality of wanton excess. Just under...
  • Reel Critics: Tune meanders in 'Llewyn Davis'

    Reel Critics: Tune meanders in 'Llewyn Davis'
    I've been a fan of the Coen Brothers' eccentric dark humor for many years. Their unique offbeat style is exemplified in noteworthy movies like "Fargo," "The Big Lebowski" and "No Country for Old Men." This time around, they target a much smaller...
  • Golden Globes keeps it weird

    Golden Globes keeps it weird
    Combining movies and TV, a live broadcast and drinking celebs always creates the potential for oddness. But with the exception of the inevitable excellence of hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler (who also won!), Sunday's Golden Globes was particularly strange....
  • Golden Globes 2014: For awards shows, it has become the gold standard

    Golden Globes 2014: For awards shows, it has become the gold standard
    Amy Poehler landed a joke about slavery, Bono paid moving tribute to Nelson Mandela, Leonardo DiCaprio launched the term "Philomania," and Jacqueline Bisset, well, one doesn't like to conjecture but, in the end, she did leave the stage under her own...