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Jonah Hills '22 Jump Street' Premiere Hits Close to Home

by The Insider 1:15 mins

Jonah Hills '22 Jump Street' Premiere Hits Close to Home

by The Insider 1:15 mins

"The Insider With Yahoo" correspondent Keltie Knight spoke to the stars of "22 Jump Street" at the premiere in Los Angeles on Tuesday night. Jonah Hill explained how being at the premiere hits close to home. "This is where I grew up. This is where I probably saw like, "Coming to America" and "Groundhog Day." It's so rad to have my movie, our movie premiere here. Channing hasn't seen it so this is his first time right here tonight.”

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