Actor and director Jonah Hill, best known for his comedic supporting roles in fan-favorite movies, heralded that he began working for the next movie he is directing.
On February 22, Hill posted a photo of himself that sees him highly tired and added a caption to tell the world that he would be ready to announce his second movie soon after finishing the rewriting phase. Alongside the photo, which is real proof that he has been working hard for the film, Hill wrote:
“2 1/2 more weeks of rewrites and I can finally announce my next movie I’m directing.”
As known, Hill started directing in 2017 with the music video for Danny Brown‘s hit ‘Ain’t It Funny ft. Van Sant.’ After a year, he made his directorial debut with the movie ‘Mid90s,’ which had its premiere at Toronto International Film Festival. Starring Sunny Suljic, Lucas Hedges, and Katherine Waterston, the film received high praises when its cinematic run.
After receiving the exciting news regarding his brand new feature, Hill clarified the photo by saying:
“The smile is forced because I haven’t slept and perhaps have caffeine poisoning. Love and respect to you big-hearted legends ❤️🏄♂️”
Following the post, a great number of Instagram users jumped into the comments section. While Sarah Paulson, Diane Keaton, Olivia Munn, and more well-known names celebrated the news by leaving adorable emojis in the comments section, actor Sharon Stone wrote as a comment:
“Lookin good dude I look like you’re in the zone 👏.”
See below to view the mentioned photo of Hill and click here to access the post.