Jonah Hill Gets Censored Three Times While Presenting Award Dressed Up as the Bear From The Revenant
The actor presented along with Channing Tatum
The bear from The Revenant has quite the dirty mouth!
Hill’s co-presenter, Channing Tatum, introduced the bear, joking, “Jonah is so sorry that he couldn’t be here tonight, but we did find a very, very special substitute.”
Hill’s face was clearly visible in a costume bear head as he walked on stage.
Hill called out his “co-star” DiCaprio, and Tatum was desperate for details on the actor, who is nominated for best actor in a drama movie.
“I want to thank Lenard [sic], my co-star, you were phenominal,” Hill says.
“What was it like working with him, what did he taste like?” Tatum demanded.
But Hill shot him down, telling Tatum, “Keep it together.”
Hill hilariously then thanks director Alejandro G. I rritu for taking a chance on “a two-year-old bear from the Sierra Mountains,” but the rest of his comments were lost to the vigilant censors.
A comment on Hill’s ribbon for “honey awareness” gets the same fate, along with his rant against his lack of a nomination for best supporting actor/bear.
“You gave it to the lead actor and the supporting actor sits there in the background,” Hill says, with the rest bleeped out.
“I’d just like to add, there are a few studio heads I’d like to take a swipe at,” he jokes. “Just kidding! I am a bear remember?”