Jonah Hill Was Spotted on the Bowery

Posted on: November 18th, 2009 at 2:48 pm by

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Jonah Hill loves to get down on the Lower East Side.  Over the summer, he was busy filming Get Him to the Greek with co-star Russel Brand at the corner of Orchard and Rivington.  And today, Page Six reported that the Superbad star was was spotted outside the Bowery Electric on Saturday night.  Drenched in sweat.

Actor Jonah Hill was spotted drenched in sweat outside Bowery Electric on Saturday night. A witness who saw the “Superbad” star cooling off outside told us: “He said he was getting some air after dancing like a madman. And he loves New York so much that he is currently looking for an apartment to re locate from LA.”

Looking for an apartment, probably in the neighborhood.  Still no word on whether McLovin will be joining him.

[via Curbed; photo]

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