They’ve been extra busy with promotional duties as of late, and Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill delivered the man candy at the 2014 Variety Screening Series of “The Wolf of Wall Street” last night (February 10).
Joined by writer Terence Winter, the “Catch Me If You Can” heartthrob and the “21 Jump Street” star fielded questions at the ArcLight Hollywood following their hard-hitting flick.
The "American Hustle" actor joined his fellow Best Supporting Actor nominee Jonah Hill ("The Wolf of Wall Street") and posed on the red carpet before heading inside to hang out with fellow industry folk.
Making another stop on their extensive publicity tour, Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill showed up at the Cinema Vanguard Award ceremony at the 2014 Santa Barbara International Film Festival on Thursday night (February 6).
The “Wolf of Wall Street” costars hammed it up for the cameras outside the Arlington Theatre alongside director Martin Scorsese.
Joining forces yet again for an all-new comedy experience, Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are currently writing the screenplay for their R-rated animated comedy, "Sausage Party."
"Sausage Party" features the combined acting efforts of James Franco, Jonah Hill, Ed Norton, Kristen Wiig and Michael Cera, and Jonah Hill himself stated that, "It's a 3-D CG animated movie," Hill told us. "Imagine if 'Shrek' was R-rated, a very hard and aggressive R. It takes place in a supermarket."
Opening on "Saturyday Night Live" with a monologue about his success and Academy Award nominations, Jonah Hill's speech was quickly trounced by questions from "audience members" wanting to know everything about Leonardo DiCaprio!
After a series of questions about Leo, and even one from a Brad Pitt impersonator, Jonah, jokingly, had had enough, telling the audience that he, not Leo, was actually the star of Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street."