The "Superbad" and "Wolf of Wall Street" star has a hearing in January to decide the matter.
"If I made myself sicker by going out there and promoting it, I wouldn’t be acting true to myself," the "21 Jump Street" actor said.
The actor known for his comedic roles was not loving McLovin when they first met.
Cue some funny Jules Winnfield-esque rage from the “Pulp Fiction” star.
"Yes Covid put a strain on our friendship, but we are all good," the "Don't Look Up" star wrote.
The couple wore matching head-to-toe looks that the actor described as "glam space twins."
What a long, strange trip this could be.
The "Superbad" actor said comments about his physical appearance don't "feel good," regardless of their intent.
The actor and the surfer appear to have been together for more than a month, though it's unclear when or how they met.
An study of on-screen cursing found that "The Wolf of Wall Street" actor used “bad language” 376 times in films.