Ben Stiller and Vince Vaughn star in this 20th Century Fox comedy about a group of suburban fathers who come across a plot for worldwide domination.
Jonah Hill stars in this babysitting comedy about a recent college grad trying to stay alive while looking after three kids.
Jonah Hill stars in this raunchy comedy about a recent college grad who gets into heaps of trouble while babysitting three young kids.
Brad Pitt and Jonah Hill star in Bennett Miller's real-life tale of how the Oakland As reinvented their team on a tight budget.
The actor reveals why the long-awaited film, which also stars Jason Schwartzman and Jason Segel, has been indefinitely delayed.
French Stewart and Nat Faxon are also on hand to chat about this new Fox animated series arriving this fall.
The comedic actor updates us on his adaptation of the hit series, which finds two undercover cops returning to high school.
Scripted by Max Landis, the action comedy centers on two party-happy mercenaries who decide to take on a more serious case involving a terrorist.
Brad Pitt, Jonah Hill, and Philip Seymour Hoffman star in this true story about how the Oakland A's fielded a winning team with a small payroll.
The actor appears in his full police uniform on the New Orleans set of this theatrical remake which also stars Channing Tatum and Ice Cube.
Jonah Hill also appears in his Metropolitan Police uniform in these new shots from the New Orleans set.
The (Superbad) actor is seen sporting a tuxedo and a gun from the set of this 20th Century Fox remake.
Six original feature films will be anchored by three upcoming sequels over the course of the next four years.
Oren Uziel's Black Listed screenplay will pit teenagers, vampires, and zombies against an attacking alien force.
The actor will be in charge of undercover cops Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum in this adaptation of the hit series.
The actor appears on the set of David Gordon Green's comedy about a college dropout who becomes a babysitter.
Production on the long-awaited television series adaptation will begin this spring.
The Conviction star to star opposite Jonah Hill in the babysitting-gone-wrong comedy adventure.
The network has also picked up another animated project dubbed Allan Gregory from co-creator Jonah Hill.