With summer just around the corner, Jonah Hill's continuing to slim down and get fit.
The 32-year-old actor, who's struggled to maintain a healthy weight for years, stepped out in Los Angeles on April 11 looking trim and happy in a dark blue shirt, Yankees hat and dark pants.
The apparent weight loss seems to be a continuation from work he's put in on his physique over the past few months, beginning with his appearance at the 2016 Golden Globes (though his "Revenant" jokes and F-bomb drops got more attention than his shrinking waistline at the awards show).
In February, Jonah was photographed in New York on the set of "Collateral Beauty," rocking an even svelter figure beneath a stylish khaki coat.
And though he hasn't spoken openly about how he's dropping the weight this year, the "Wolf of Wall Street" star's last big physical transformation came in 2011, when he reportedly lost 40 pounds for his role in "22 Jump Street" thanks in part to the help of a trainer, a nutritionist and a revitalized approach to his beer-drinking habit.
"I went to a nutritionist and I said, 'I'll lose weight, I'll eat healthier and whatever, but figure out how I can drink beer,'" he admitted at the time, according to the Daily Mail.
"Being healthier came along with maturity," he told Vulture in 2011. "And it's hard, because a lot of times people want you to be the guy you were when they met you. And I love doing funny movies, but I want to mature, literally, in how I treat myself. I'm not living in a frat house with a bong plastered to the table. ... But all this stuff [points to his body] is just part of maturing in body and in mind. I just want to be a good man and to make my family proud. And, you know, I want to live a long time."
By 2015, a year after the release of "Jump Street," he'd regained much if not all of the weight he lost four years earlier.
Now that another sequel to his Channing Tatum-adjacent cop comedy has been announced - this one's rumored to be a "Jump Street" / "Men In Black" crossover - maybe Jonah has the motivation he needs to stay on his current healthy path.