Lauren London shares the hilarious story of meeting Jonah Hill

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Lauren London recently dropped out by the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to share a hilarious story about meeting her co-star Jonah Hill.

In the Netflix movie you peopleLondon and Hill play characters who meet through an Uber mix-up before falling in love despite their very different backgrounds.

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And on Wednesday, Lauren chatted with Jimmy Fallon about the project.

During the interview, London shared that how she and Hill initially met isn’t too different from the movie’s premise. This also concerned cars.

“When we first met, we met, like – I think we had a reunion like a few weeks before shooting. And he had this big van parked in the valet and I was trying to get in, I was like ‘who’s blocking?’

“And he goes out, like, ‘I think I’m supposed to meet you today.’ And I’m like, ‘oh, you are. How are you?'”

She continued, “Jonah really is my homeboy in real life. I kinda like myself Jonah Hill.

Elsewhere in the interview, Fallon asked if director Kenya Barris should be “begging” her to join the cast and London revealed she was having issues.

“He didn’t have to beg me. But I wasn’t sure if that was what I was going for, work-wise.

“I just wanted to make sure that, yeah, the story had – it was a brilliant script and it was extremely funny. But – there was more to it than just the comedy and I wanted to make sure that the soul was in. And so those were my concerns.

Eventually, the actress’ worries disappeared and the rest is history. you people has a star-studded cast that also includes Eddie Murphy, Nia Long, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and David Duchovny.

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You can stream the movie now on Netflix.


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