Good Morning America: Jonah Hill
Good Morning America’s Amy Robach sat down with Jonah Hill recently to talk about his new film, 22 Jump Street, what it’s like to work with Channing Tatum, and apologize for his recent behavior.
GMA: Jonah Hill Apology
Recently, Jonah Hill had a run-in with a photographer in which he used a homophobic-slur. The first thing Hill did when he was on Good Morning America was apologize for his behavior and the word he used. Jonah Hill said he’s made a personal vow to never use that word again, and that he’s learned so much from his actions. He urged others to learn from his mistake and take the same vow with him.
Good Morning America: Jonah Hill 22 Jump Street Sequel
Jonah Hill is now a two-time Oscar nominee, and he stars in an upcoming movie, 22 Jump Street, which is a sequel to 21 Jump Street. Jonah Hill said that he chose to do this film because he enjoys working with Channing Tatum, and they don’t get to see each other much when they’re both working on different films.
A clip from the film was played on Good Morning America, and showed Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum gearing up to go undercover, and Jonah Hill repeatedly asking for “absolute silence.” The two have great chemistry on screen, but they’re also great friends off screen. Jonah Hill said Channing Tatum is a great friend who gives great life advice.
GMA: Jonah Hill College Days & Stunts
Did 22 Jump Street make Jonah Hill miss college? He said he thought it was going to, but it ended up just making him feel like an old guy trying to relive his college days. Jonah Hill said when they filmed, the 18-year-olds looked like 12-year-olds to him, and made him feel very old.
Channing Tatum does all of his own stunts, and Jonah Hill said he does “little to none” of his stunts. He said he did hang off a helicopter, but that’s the most he did.
22 Jump Street will come out June 13 2014.