Disregard an Oscar –Jonah Hill has hit another achievement.
Slope, 36, was named the most profane actor on the large screen, according to another review from Buzz Bingo that examined reviling in more than 3,500 film contents.
The Academy Award-selected actor earned the crown with 376 swear words onscreen – beating out both Samuel Jackson and Al Pacino – because of his jobs in 2013’s “The Wolf of Wall Street” and 2007’s “Superbad.”
He gladly acknowledged the title, and like some other award, an acknowledgment discourse followed.
“Such a significant number of individuals to express gratitude toward,” Hill wrote on Instagram last week. “@martinscorsese_ much obliged for sending me to the brink. What’s more, obviously the great @samuelljackson. Lowered.”
Martin Scorsese’s “The Wolf of Wall Street” was named the “most indecent film” by Buzz Bingo with 715 swear words all through the 180-minute film.
Leonardo DiCaprio’s character, Jordan Belfort, was named the “sweariest film character” with 332 obscenities in “Wolf of Wall Street.” DiCaprio completed second to Hill on the rundown of entertainers who swear the most onscreen.
Here are the 10 on-screen characters who have reviled the most onscreen, as per Buzz Bingo’s study.
1. Jonah Hill (376 revile words)
2. Leonardo DiCaprio (361)
3. Samuel L. Jackson (301)
4. Adam Sandler (295)
5. Al Pacino (255)
6. Denzel Washington (183)
7. Billy Bob Thornton (145)
8. Seth Rogen (143)
9. Bradley Cooper (142)
10. Danny McBride (136)