Jonah Hill Expresses His Anxiety and Explains Why He Won't Promote His Films Anymore

Jonah Hill Expresses His Anxiety and Explains Why He Won't Promote His Films Anymore ...

Following the Mid90s documentary about Jonah Hill, the star of Moneyball said he is looking forward to releasing the film to the general public, or any other person who is coping with similar difficulties in the future.

Jonah Hill writes an open letter to Rolling Stone that highlights his anxieties about media appearances and other public facing events, and that Hill will not use any media to promote Stutz Hill, according to Hill.

I have come to the conclusion that I have suffered anxiety attacks for over 20 years, which are exacerbated by media appearances and public-facing events. If I made myself sicker by going out there and promoting it, I would not be doing the same thing to myself or to the film.

Hill claims that he will not be doing any marketing for this or any of his other upcoming films. This probably includes the upcoming Netflix film You People, which Hill co-wrote and also stars in. Hill is also expected to reprise his role in an upcoming Martin Scorsese film about the Grateful Dead in the future.

Jonah Hill has a better understanding of his anxiety and what he needs to do to maintain it. The open letter, which Hill says makes him cringe when others have done it, serves roughly the same purpose.

Jonah Hill's absence from the film Stutz will be felt with urgency, but Hill concludes the letter by thanking those who worked with him, and he hopes that the film will end the conversation that he will not be doing.

I hope that the work will speak for itself, and I'm grateful to my collaborators, my business partners, and to everyone else who is reading this for their understanding and support.

Jonah Hill has done a lot of interviews in the past, from Jump Street sequels to his thoughts on Baby Yoda, but it all feels different when you realize it was causing him anxiety. Fans will most certainly be willing to make that trade if it means the star gets to a better place.