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That's Not Real Cocaine! 6 Drugs and the Fakes Movie Prop Masters Use to Imitate Them

Click here for reuse options! What's really going up an actor's nose or in her arm in the movies? Jonah Hill recently recounted a tale of drug-inspired woe from his days on the set of the 2013 movie The Wolf of Wall Street. It didn't involve real drugs, however; instead, it was the fake prop drugs that sent the Oscar-nominated actor in search of medical treatment. "I did so much fake cocaine in Wolf of Wall Street I got bronchitis for three weeks and had to be hospitalized," Hill explained.
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