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Thursday 31 July 2014

Jonah Hill 'eager to impress DiCaprio'

Jonah Hill

Jonah Hill is reportedly considering buying a yacht to impress Leonardo DiCaprio.

The two stars have struck up a friendship while shooting their new movie The Wolf of Wall Street. The film is about a stockbroker - played by Leonardo - who won't cooperate in a large securities fraud case involving corruption on Wall Street, the corporate banking world and mob infiltration.

The two men have had a lot of fun on set and recently spent time together shadowing employees at a New York bank.

Jonah is reportedly now convinced the friendship will blossom further if he purchases the $10 million boat.

"Jonah thinks he and Leo will be best buds if he buys this yacht," an insider told National Enquirer.

Leonardo reportedly has a reputation for expecting a lot from his friends and co-stars. It's been suggested he often attempts to persuade them to splash out on expensive items for him to enjoy.

"Last year he wanted a friend to buy a private jet so they could all fly around. If he cared about Jonah, he'd tell him to save his money. But Jonah is so star struck," the insider claimed.

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