Por Catalina Yob
22 marzo, 2017

¡Qué bien se ve!

Por años se caracterizó por interpretar a personajes que destacaban por su buen humor y la capacidad para hacer reír al público, pero hoy Jonah Hill parece haber dejado eso en el pasado. Tras posicionarse en Hollywood por su talento con algunas de sus últimas películas, como el Lobo de Wall Street, Jonah comenzó a ser visto más que una máquina para hacer reír a la audiencia.

Perdió pesó y hoy luce una figura completamente renovada que ha causado verdadera sensación en Hollywood, en donde las grandes producciones cinematográficas están requiriendo su presencia en los sets de grabación.

En los últimos días, este actor de 33 años de edad, se ha dejado ver con un extraño y osado look por los sets de la película “Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot”, la cual relata las memorias de John Callahan, quien murió en el año 2010.

Stefan / MEGA
Stefan / MEGA

La cinta dirigida por Gus Van Sant, será estrenada en el año 2018 y en la cual también actúa el reconocido actor Joaquin Phoenix. 

Stefan / MEGA

¿Qué te parece el nuevo look?

Happy 5th anniversary to 21 Jump Street, the surprisingly good film adaptation/parody of the late '80s Fox series that launched a young Johnny Depp to stardom. The series was a hip crime drama (with humorous moments) about youthful-looking undercover cops posing as high school students or infiltrate any youth program to bust drug dealers, smugglers, etc. The idea of remaking anything people hold dear to will piss anybody off, especially when it was announced that Jonah Hill would co-write and star in a straight-up comedic version of the series with Channing Tatum co-staring. I was one of the people skeptical of the film, but I was proven wrong when it was released. Hill and Tatum play Schmidt and Jenko, former high school peers-turned-bumbling cops who join the Jump Street program run by the abrasive Captain Dicksion (Ice Cube owns in this movie), who is looking for "Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus-looking muthafuckas" to go undercover as high school students and infiltrate cliques to stop the outbreak of a new drug called "HFS" (Holy Fucking Shit) and they are forced to revisit the trials, tribulations and awkwardness of high school all over again during their assignment and that plays to the film advantage. It's a genuinely funny and anarchic take on the series and it's also more clever than you think. It works due to the meta humor; the potshots it takes at the show's concept (let's be real; it is a ridiculous premise), action film tropes and teen movie tropes; and the endearing, hilariously bromantic comradery of Hill and Tatum, who I previously dismissed as a talentless hack who gets by on his looks (ok, I'm a bit of a hater), but he proved to be a great comedic actor and has completely turn my views on the guy around. This was one of the big surprises of 2012. #21jumpstreetmovie #phillordandchrismiller #actioncomedies #teencomedies #havesomepixiedustmotherfucker #teenagethefuckup #youboughtustacobell #youmademethisfriendshipbracelet #hesbusywithkoreanshit #isthatacodeforsex #jonahhill #channingtatum #brielarson #davefranco #icecube #robriggle #deraydavis #2012movies #2010smovies #metrogoldwynmayer #columbiapictures

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