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'You People' Actor Claims Kiss Between Jonah Hill And Lauren London Was CGI—And Fans Are Not OK

Andrew Schulz, who co-starred in the Netflix movie, shared the bizarre tidbit on his podcast 'The Brilliant Idiots.'

Screenshot from 'You People'
'You People'/Netflix

Add this to the list of things you can never un-see.

Comedian Andrew Shultz just shared an interesting bit of information on his podcast The Brilliant Idiots last week, and the internet is kind of losing it.

Shultz, who was a supporting actor in the film You People, revealed that the movie's stars Jonah Hill and Lauren London don't actually make contact in their romantic kissing scene.

Shultz shared that the kiss was created with CGI.

"There's a hilarious thing. I don't even know if I should share this sh*t, but the final scene, they don't even kiss."
"It's CGI. Swear to God."

He continued:

"I'm there, I'm watching the wedding and I see them going for the kiss. And their faces stop like this far, but in the movie, you can see their faces come close."
"And then you can see their faces morph a little bit into a fake kiss."

Warning: Video contains NSFW language.

You can witness the lie for yourself below.

Viewers of the clip chimed in that they can see nothing but morphed faces now.

Viewers of the film itself commented that CGI may have been necessary as the two didn't seem to have much onscreen chemistry throughout the movie.

Netflix hasn't commented on the matter, but the incorporation of CGI seems pretty obvious now.

You People is a romantic comedy starring Hill as Ezra and London as Amira. The film follows the interracial couple as they face cultural and societal challenges in their relationship. It is currently streaming on Netflix.