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Jonah Hill and adidas are working together, that much has been clear since the actor-turned-director confirmed the partnership on Failing Upwards. Though since that announcement, which came in October 2018, news surrounding any potential collaboration or product launches has been scarce.

Now rumors suggest that we’ll finally be seeing the fruits of adidas and Hill’s labor in 2020. According to leak account @pyleaks, the debut collection will comprise two colorways of the adidas Samba, a sneaker Hill has often been seen wearing in his day-to-day life, and one colorway of the adidas Superstar, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.

If rumors are to be believed, the Superstar will retail for $140 and the Sambas will retail for $110. Without official confirmation from either Hill or adidas, it’s best to take any leaks with a healthy dose of salt.

Still, stay tuned for any updates.

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