Moneyball actor Jonah Hill has revealed how he was offered a part in the new Quentin Tarantino movie Django Unchained but he was forced to turn down the role. Jonah admitted that he was absolutely flattered that Quentin would want him in one of his movies but he was disappointed when he realised that a scheduling conflict meant that he had to turn down the role.
Hill explained, "I was thrilled that [Tarantino] wanted me to be in it, and I've been offered a lot of dramas since. As I mature, my sensibilities have changed. I think once you get to a certain place, your career is all about delegating time and what you want to spend your time doing. I've made a lot of comedies in a really short amount of time, and they've been ripped off every which way to Sunday. So it's not as exciting to do those anymore."
was recently nominated in the Best Supporting Actor category for this year’s Academy Awards
and has admitted that he feels very humbled to be given the Oscar nod
. The Oscar’s are set to take place on February 26 on ABC
. You can currently see Jonah Hill
on the big screen starring in the comedy The Sitter