In June of 2007 Los Angeles, CA was bombarded with the face of Jonah Hill. Billboards, buses and benches all advertised for what was to be the next Apatow phenomenon as the summer of Superbad was upon us. It was this very time when it was discovered that the face all over town resembled Phalco's own Steven Sims, a writer/director who's good looks never got him anywhere, until now. Spending many lonely nights at the corner of Venice & Overland, Sims would stare at the Superbad billboard, looking deep into the eyes of Jonah Hill. Weeks later Phalco's newest comedy was born.

Loosely based around the lives of writers, Mike Roach and Steven Sims, DESTROYING JONAH HILL is a comedy about what it’s like to be a celebrity look-a-like. Steven Sims--an aspiring actor who has the unfortunate luck of being a dead-ringer for Jonah Hill--has recently moved to Los Angeles with his best friend Roach. Sims has spent most of his life writing a high school comedy with hopes of making it big. With fear that Jonah Hill has already stolen his thunder, Sims decides the only way he can succeed in the entertainment industry is by destroying Hill's public image.

Directed by Dylan Stern and written by Mike Roach & Steven Sims DESTROYING JONAH HILL is a comedy based on anger. Not real anger, just comedic anger. There are no real intentions of actually 'destroying' Jonah Hill.

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