The actor revealed his distinctive imaginative and prescient for an “outdated people residence ‘Superbad.'”
Within the 14 years because it hit theaters, “Superbad” has cemented its standing as one of many definitive entries in the highschool intercourse comedy style. Its repute solely appears to enhance with every new era of youngsters that watches it, main the movie’s forged and crew to be very hesitant about making a sequel.
Seth Rogen, who started writing the screenplay with Evan Goldberg as an adolescent, is fiercely against the thought, saying, “Actually, I don’t suppose it requires enchancment or something to be constructed upon it. I’m unbelievably happy with it. It actually holds up — folks nonetheless watch it, highschool youngsters come as much as me telling me that they watched it for the primary time and the way they cherished it. It’s labored its approach into being seen as one of many higher highschool films that’s on the market. I’m so afraid of subtracting from it in any approach with a foul sequel or spinoff that I’d by no means do it. I’ve so few precise good accomplishments that I’m horrified to fuck with those I’ve.”
Nonetheless, in a brand new interview with W journal, Jonah Hill expressed curiosity in getting the band again collectively for an additional “Superbad” film. He stated he would reprise his breakout position as Seth underneath one situation.
“What I wish to do is once we’re like 80, do a ‘Superbad 2.’ Like, ‘old-folks-home Superbad,’” he instructed W. “Our spouses die, and we’re single once more. That’s what I would like ‘Superbad 2’ to be, and that’s the one approach I might ever make it.” The actor went on to make clear that he has not pitched this concept to anybody, and there aren’t any concrete plans to maneuver ahead with it. However he was very clear that the one story he’s fascinated about telling within the “Superbad” universe is one with aged characters.
Whereas “Superbad 2′ is not going to be taking place any time quickly, Jonah Hill has loads to maintain him busy within the meantime. He can at present be seen in “Don’t Look Up” on Netflix, and he’s getting ready to star as Jerry Garcia in an upcoming Grateful Useless biopic directed by Martin Scorsese for Apple.