Jonah Hill says he will stop promoting his films because of anxiety attacks

Jonah Hill Won’t Promote His Upcoming Documentary Stutz The actor announced this on Wednesday (August 17).

supportwhose title is derived from his therapist, follows Hill on a journey to improve his mental health and understand his anxiety attacks, which have been compounded by media appearances.

Hill said he therefore made the decision not to personally promote the film as it debuts at the Fall Film Festival.

His full statement, sent to meetingreads:

“I’ve just finished directing my second film, a documentary about me and my therapist who deals with mental health in general support. The whole purpose of this film is to make the therapy and tools I learned in therapy available to a wide audience for personal use through an entertaining film.

“Through this journey of self-discovery within film, I have come to the conclusion that I have spent almost 20 years experiencing anxiety attacks that are exacerbated by media appearances and public events.

“I am so grateful that the film will have its world premiere at a prestigious film festival this fall and I can’t wait to share it with audiences around the world in the hope that it will help those affected. However, you won’t see me out there promoting this film or any of my upcoming films while I take this important step to protect myself. If I made myself sicker by going out and doing publicity, I wouldn’t be true to myself or the film.

“I usually cringe at such letters or statements, but I understand that I am one of the privileged few who can afford to take some time off. I will not lose my job while working on my fear. With this letter and with support, I hope to make it more normal for people to talk and act about this stuff. So that they can take steps to feel better about themselves and so that the people in their lives understand their problems more clearly.

“I hope the work will speak for itself and I thank my employees, my business partners and everyone reading this for your understanding and support.

– Jonah Hill.” Jonah Hill says he will stop promoting his films because of anxiety attacks


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