Jonah Hill hospitalized from ingesting too most feign heroin while filming ‘Wolf of Wall Street’

Taking a massive amount of feign heroin on a set of “The Wolf of Wall Street” sent Jonah Hill straight to a ER.

“I had to be hospitalized,” a actor suggested on “Any Given Wednesday with Bill Simmons.” “If we feast that most matter into your lungs you’ll get really sick, and we were literally doing feign coke for, like, 7 months, each day.”

Hill, who portrayed broker Donnie Azoff alongside Leonardo DiCaprio in a 2013 film, grown bronchitis for 3 weeks as a outcome of a feign drug, that was indeed vitamin powder.

“I never had some-more vitamin D in my whole life; we could have carried a automobile over my f–king head,” a 32-year-old said.

Hill has played his satisfactory share of hard-partying characters — including arms play Efraim Diveroli in a dramedy “War Dogs,” out Friday — and depends on Red Bull and coffee to raise those performances.

“It’s engaging sanctimonious to be on drugs,” Hill shared. “I’ll use music. I’ll make a playlist for each scene, so I’ll try to make, like, song that [makes me feel] jumpy and pell-mell … and afterwards only splash a ton of coffee and Red Bull.”

This article creatively appeared in a New York Post‘s Page Six.

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