Eminem told Jonah Hill he's in his favourite movie of all time
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It may be an unlikely crossover for some, but it has been confirmed that rap god Eminem and comedian of the silver screen Jonah Hill are actually mutual fans of one another.
Not only that, but Eminem has now revealed that Hill once starred in one of his favorite movies of all time. Now, if that's not an accolade worth shouting about - I don't know what is!
None other than the real Slim Shady himself has got a particular movie from Hill's impressive arsenal of blockbusters very close to his heart.
The pair connected way back in 2009 during the MTV Movie Awards and aptly used the awards evening as an opportunity to catch up and share to the world their very sweet friendship.
The stars revealed their reciprocated admiration for each other's work - telling MTV that they were even mutual fans to one another.
Talk about a power friendship.
Hill - who now has a decade-spanning filmography - told the outlet the inner workings between his and Eminem's supportive friendship.
Not just your average case of praise, Eminem went on to tell Hill that he had portrayed the leading character in one of his favorite movies ever made.
Heads up - it contains two awkward high schoolers, a couple of unhinged cops, two massive parties and a mad dash to find some last-minute booze in some very bizarre ways.
Hill revealed that Eminem was clearly a fan of such debauchery, saying: "His favorite movie is Superbad, ever, of all time."
The 2007 hit teen-comedy starred the likes of fellow A-listers including Seth Rogen, Michael Cera, Emma Stone and Bill Hader.
Directed by Greg Mottola, the flick went on to take home a staggering $170.8 million at the box-office and has achieved cult-status since with many still referencing the antics of McLovin' and his pals to this very day.
The 21 Jump Street star continued: "And he said to me, I'm not kidding - this is not like me being, 'I'm cool' - he said if there was an award for best movie ever, he thinks Superbad should win."
According to Hill's giddy confession, the 'Lose Yourself' super-fan even knew all the lines of the movie too.
Hill told MTV that the Grammy-award-winning rapper 'quotes all the scenes' to him.
The pair reportedly first became buds through Funny People with Hill saying: "We just worked together on a little secret project."
The Stutz star went on to call the 'Mockingbird' rapper 'really cool' and a 'really awesome guy' after hanging out together.
A cute friendship or what?
Topics: Celebrity, Film and TV, Jonah Hill, Eminem, MTV