Kids say the darndest things. Jonah Hill says the dirtiest.
The "Superbad" star takes the lead in the new R-rated raunch fest comedy, "The Sitter," in which he plays a grown man reduced to babysitting to make a living. And as he says in the trailer, he's not one of those fun and games babysitters -- he's more of a tell the kids to shut the hell up and sit and watch television.
As a bonus, Hill introduces the trailer by talking to a nice, diverse group of kids who question his gender, whether or not he's an as*hole and his right to make money as a movie star.
In a summer of R-rated comedies, from "The Hangover" and "Bridesmaids" to "The Change-Up," and "Horrible Bosses," this may rank as the wildest, given its interaction with little kids.
Interestingly, Hill will take a major turn toward drama after this film, starring as a stat guru in the Brad Pitt-led baseball film, "Moneyball," and then he'll go cop, first with Channing Tatum in "21 Jump Street" and then with Mark Wahlberg in "The Good Time Gang."