Daniel Craig will enjoy having some company in the "I hate the Kardashians" Club, err, Klub.
In an interview with The Huffington Post, Jonah Hill calls the Kardashians a "super disgusting part of our culture." Hey, tell us how you really feel Jonah.
He says he can't understand how the various Kardashian reality shows "get higher ratings [than] shows that people actually work hard on - writing and creating and trying to tell stories."
Hey, don't knock the Kardashians! They worked really hard on that one episode where they, uhmmm, that one time they...well, they had that one storyline where....OK, I got nothing.
"The fact that the Kardashians could be more popular than a show like 'Mad Men' is disgusting," admits Hill.
Jonah Hill thinks it's America's fault that the Kardashians are as famous as they are. Hey, it's not America's fault that the Kardashian shows are the only thing they play on the E! channel anymore. I would watch something else, but they keep showing re-runs of "Millionaire Matchmaker" over on Bravo, so we have no choice but to toil with the Kardashians.
"The Kardashians are as famous as our president. What does that tell you about how skewed our society is?" wonders Hill.
Are the Kardashians as famous as Barack Obama, or is Barack Obama as famous as the Kardashians? Food for thought.
Jonah Hill may find the Kardashian Klan to be disgusting, he previously admitted that he was very emotionally attached to the Kim Kardashian and Kris Humprhies wedding and was "duped" to find out the marriage didn't last.
"I feel duped a little bit because I was all connected with the wedding. I watched the two-hour special. I was with them on that journey. I was on that roller coaster, and then the roller coaster just stopped, and they said, 'Everybody off' when we were right at the top. I couldn't get off," admits Hill.
For his sake, I hope that was sarcasm.