Last year, a fantastic supporting turn in Moneyball turned plenty of heads towards Jonah Hill as not just a young funnyman, but a charismatic, dramatic actor as well. His work in the adaptation even landed him an Oscar nomination, but alas, the statue went to Christopher Plummer for his performance in Beginners. However, it looks like Hill might get the chance to chase Oscar again as Deadline reports the actor will join Leonardo DiCaprio in The Wolf on Wall Street, an adaptation of Jordan Belfort's memoir of the same name adapted by "Boardwalk Empire" scribe Terence Winter and directed by a guy named Martin Scorsese.
Between his movie "Moneyball" and launching his Fox animated series, "Allen Gregory," Jonah Hill has been on fire this year. Now he can add something else to his list of achievements: a Screen Actor's Guild nomination. On Wednesday,... Read Post
Though he's been seen as a comedic actor, Jonah Hill was nominated for Best Supporting Actor for a dramatic role in "Moneyball." Read Post