Sunday 25 September 2016

Jonah Hill on his time spent in TCD: ‘Trinity College has a wild party vibe- that’s a party college for sure’

Published 21/08/2016 | 14:25

Channing Tatum & Jonah Hill after receiving Bram Stoker medals from The Phil Society of Trinity College
Channing Tatum & Jonah Hill after receiving Bram Stoker medals from The Phil Society of Trinity College

Actor Jonah Hill has said his visit to Trinity College in Dublin was absolutely crazy and said he could tell instantly that it had an “amazing party vibe”.

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The 21 Jump Street star visited the college when he and his co-star Channing Tatum were awarded honorary medals by the university two years ago.

Expecting a quiet gathering, the star said he did not expect hundreds of screaming students to turn up and found the Q&A session particularly entertaining as students quizzed his about his fantasies.

“I thought it would be a very chilled event,” Hill told The Irish Sun.

Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill pictured in Ireland in 2014
Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill pictured in Ireland in 2014

“But there were hundreds of people blocking the streets, it was crazy. Then we get into this Q&A thing and those guys were awesome, asking questions about who we’d like to ‘s**g’ and kiss, and suggesting dance-offs. I have never experienced that anywhere else.

“You could tell that there’s this amazing, wild party vibe. That’s a party college for sure. Dublin is one of the most fun cities in the world,” he said.

Jonah Hill poses for selfies in Ireland in 2014
Jonah Hill poses for selfies in Ireland in 2014

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