The initial exchange that took place between Lauren London and Jonah Hill was everything from easygoing. During an interview on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” on Wednesday, London addressed the awkward discussion she had with her co-star on the show “You People.”
The actor from “Without Remorse” revealed that she drove to meet Hill for the first time a few weeks before they started filming their new movie for Netflix, and that someone in a van had blocked the entry to the valet parking area on the way there. “I’m trying to get in, I’m honking like, ‘Who is blocking the —’” she said, while mimicking how she honked her horn.
After that, London went on to describe that she was taken aback when she saw Hill emerge from the van. “That’s how we met,” she said with a laugh. Because London mentioned to host Jimmy Fallon earlier in the clip that she and Hill had become good friends, it is evident that the performers have moved on from the car-honking disaster.
“Jonah is really my homeboy in real life,” she said. “I love me some Jonah Hill.”
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In the television show “You People,” Hill and London star as a couple who meet, fall in love, and then start their adventure of getting to know each other’s families. On Friday, the romantic comedy that is being produced by Netflix and starring Eddie Murphy, Nia Long, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and David Duchovny will be made available to watch online via the streaming service.
The week before last, London voiced her support in a public forum for Hill, who has ceased promoting his films owing to worries regarding his mental health. London stated to Variety that she understood and respected her co-decision star’s when attending the premiere of the film in Los Angeles.
“For us to pretend that we’re stronger than others and we can handle more, that’s unfair,” she said. “I hold space for Jonah Hill. That’s my homeboy. I love him, and whatever he needs to do for his soul, I am there for it.” Hill told
Deadline in a statement in August that media appearances and public-facing events have exacerbated his anxiety attacks.