Jonah Hill, left, in a promotional photo from the 2014 movie “22 Jump Street.” Hill is filming a new movie in Miami, “Arms and the Dudes.” Also pictured: Ice Cube, center, and Channing Tatum.
Jonah Hill, left, in a promotional photo from the 2014 movie “22 Jump Street.” Hill is filming a new movie in Miami, “Arms and the Dudes.” Also pictured: Ice Cube, center, and Channing Tatum. Glen Wilson AP
Jonah Hill, left, in a promotional photo from the 2014 movie “22 Jump Street.” Hill is filming a new movie in Miami, “Arms and the Dudes.” Also pictured: Ice Cube, center, and Channing Tatum. Glen Wilson AP

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