February 16, 2012 | 12:34 pm
Posted by Naomi Pfefferman
Jonah Hill is up for a supporting actor Oscar for his first dramatic turn in a major studio feature, “Moneyball,” and this whole awards season has been a heady time for the 28-year-old performer. Previously best known for his performances in the pop-culture hits of comedy mogul Judd Apatow (think “Superbad” and “Get Him to the Greek”), Hill first cut his dramatic chops with the Duplass brothers’ independent film, “Cyrus,” before his co-star Catherine Keener introduced him to “Moneyball” director Bennett Miller. The results have made Hill a dramatic actor to watch.
Earlier this year, we ran a cover story on Hill’s journey into dramatic films, an odyssey he said has paralleled his own personal and professional growth. Here’s revisiting our December interview with the actor*, which took place during a break from Hill’s Chanukkah shopping at House Café on Beverly Boulevard.
*Some quotes have been edited or condensed.
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5.1.13 at 11:20 am | “I don’t think I’m in any way a. . .
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4.18.13 at 12:34 pm | In the most searing sequence in Tadeusz. . .
4.18.13 at 11:05 am | David S. Goyer, the scribe behind Christopher. . .
4.30.13 at 4:57 pm | Bar Paly is the new hot export from Israel.. . . (1434)
5.15.13 at 2:00 pm | A British journalist recalls how she once sat. . . (291)
4.18.13 at 11:05 am | David S. Goyer, the scribe behind Christopher. . . (113)
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