War Dogs stars Miles Teller and Jonah Hill also share highlights from filming the action movie

By Lindsay Kimble
August 05, 2016 04:50 PM
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If things don’t work out with the whole acting thing, Jonah Hill and Miles Teller have a backup plan.

The War Dogs stars revealed their alternative career aspirations during a PEOPLE Twitter Q&A on Friday.

“I’m really into like cold brew coffee, I think its kind of found its little niche in the marketplace,” Teller, 29, explained. “So I would love to start a cold brew – also pressed juice – one-stop-shop kind of thing.”

He added, to Hill, “And I know you’ve expressed interest in that as well.”

Confirmed the 32-year-old, “Its always been a passion of mine.”

In the film – which is based on a true story – the pair play young international arms dealers who secure a government contract to supply weapons for U.S. troops after lowballing their offer.

The project took them across the world for filming, but Hill’s “favorite location to shoot” was stateside in Miami, Florida.

“That’s where these guys were from and it was really fun to get to shoot in such a vibrant, colorful place,” he shared.

Of their characters, who get a little more than they bargained for by joining the arms race, Hill said, “I would consider them successful in that they accomplished what they were going for until it went completely, completely sour.”

War Dogs hits theaters on Aug. 19.

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