Watch ‘SNL’ Host Jonah Hill, Michael Cera Parody ‘Her’; ‘Superbad’ Co-Stars Get Flirty In ‘Saturday Night Live’ Video
By Sara Guaglione | January 28, 2014 05:15 PM EST
Jonah Hill was host of "SNL" last weekend, and his "Superbad" co-star Michael Cera made a cameo on the "Saturday Night Live" parody of "Her."
Watch Jonah Hill and Michael Cera on the "SNL" spoof of Spike Jonze's film "Her," in the video clip below!
"Saturday Night Live" host Jonah Hill parodies Theodore Twumbly (originally played by Joaquin Phoenix), who buys an operating system that learns his behavior in order to create the perfect companion (voiced by Scarlett Johansson) in the Oscar-nominated film.
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Jonah Hill takes it to another level on "SNL" and his perfect companion...is himself. Renamed "Me," the parody features Jonah Hill buying an OS who is essentially himself. At the very end, Hill's "Superbad" co-star Michael Cera shows up as the operating system in the flesh. Hill and Cera then get very flirty with each other in the hilarious sketch.
Another one of Jonah's co-stars made a cameo on "SNL" last weekend: Leonardo DiCaprio! The "Wolf Of Wall Street" actor jumped on stage during Hill's opening monologue, and they proceeded to engage in a little banter.
"Remember when we were on set and I'd great really nervous?" Hill finally asked, referring to filming "The Wolf Of Wall Street" together. "Can we do the thing that we did every time? The thing that made me feel safe."
DiCaprio agreed and embraced Hill from behind as they reenacted the "flying" scene from "Titanic," with the iconic music playing in the background, The New York Daily News reports.
Check out the funny spoof of "Her" below!
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