Jonah Hill Rules Out 'Superbad' Sequel


Jonah Hill Rules Out 'Superbad' Sequel
The comedian doesn't want to make a second installment of 'Superbad' because it would ruin the first movie.


Funnyman Jonah Hill has disappointed fans of hit comedy "Superbad" by dismissing calls for a sequel. The actor shot to fame in the 2007 film, which also starred Michael Cera and grossed $162 million worldwide, but he is adamant there will never be another installment of "Superbad", because any follow-up will be sub-standard.

He says, "We all love that film and wouldn't wanna make a second one and have that not be as good and cheapen what we really love."

Hill is in the middle of promoting his latest flick "Get Him to the Greek" which sees him as an ambitious 24-year-old. He has been given a career-making assignment to fly to London and escort a rock god to L.A.'s world famous Greek Theatre for the first-stop on a huge comeback tour. The movie hits U.S. theaters June 4.

© AceShowbiz.com


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