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Jonah Hill’s Ego Has Reached Kanye Levels

Jonah Hill gets one Oscar nomination and a movie with Martin Scorsese and it’s like he’s too good for dick jokes now. At least that’s the feeling everyone got from his interview with Bullett. I wouldn’t be surprised if he told guests to sit down and watch his performance in Moneyball during his house parties. “That’s Brad Pitt! I know him!”

Between drunken, late-night ocean dips with Tatum, Hill sat down with DiCaprio, who had already signed on to topline The Wolf of Wall Street, to discuss possibly collaborating on the project. Hill insisted that he was the right choice to play Donnie Azoff, an amoral and hedonistic entrepreneur inspired in part by Danny Porush, who was incarcerated in the ’90s for a $200-million “pump and dump’’ stock fraud. The role called for Hill to change his voice, appearance, and thought process—to totally disengage from his own solid moral code. “Even though it’s about excess, it’s really about the darkness of money and greed and drugs and power,” Hill says. “I knew that I was being considered among a list of other actors, but not my contemporaries—Andrew Garfield or Joseph Gordon-Levitt—people who are usually up for the same stuff as me. I was hearing names like George Clooney.” When Hill was done selling himself, DiCaprio said, “‘Now it’s up to Marty.’ And then we partied. And then Channing and I partied. It was a blast.”

This guy just compared himself to Joseph Gordon-Levitt of The Dark Knight500 Days of Summer and Inception and then to George Clooney. If his head got any bigger, he’d need a neck brace to help hold it up.

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bobalouski
bobalouski
8 years ago

Deep down, he’s still compensating for being a fat, piece of s**t. Maybe not that deep down…

westie187
westie187
8 years ago

well played, sir.

sanoga
sanoga
8 years ago

Hahaha for real?! I mean… MAYBE he could call Seth Rogan or Michael Cera a contemporary, but I feel like that would still be giving his paltry acting career too much credit…

Dan Mac
Dan Mac
7 years ago

Yeah, screw ambition!

Alex Murray
Alex Murray
7 years ago

F**K YOU ALL. Jonah Hill is amazing. We’ll see who’s still a box office power house in 10 years. My money is on Jonah Hill.

y’all a bunch of f**k boi haters.

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