Celebrated actor/director and the internet's favorite clout lord Jonah Hill could be Adidas' newest ambassador. 

Hill was spotted this past weekend helping to debut a brand new ZX model for the Three Stripes that appears to take on a more technical appearance similar to the Adidas Yeezy Boost 700 V2. From the looks of the photos posted by the Mid90s director on his personal Instagram, the pair features a one-piece mesh upper, black accents, branding down the tongue, blue nylon Three Stripes that double as eyelets, and a chunky rubber outsole with an elevated heel. 

There is currently no word if Hill has any official involvement in the campaign to promote the model, or is simply just cosigning one of the pairs Adidas has blessed him with. However, one of the photos was accompanied by the caption "Some fun coming from me and Adidas?" which indicates he will likely be involved in some capacity.

The 34-year old has become known for his personal style over the years and has previously worked with brands like Palace to help the London-based skate brand announce past collabs and its new flagship in New York City back in 2017.

Stay tuned as more details emerge on the upcoming project and release of the new silhouette.

UPDATE (10/11): Jonah Hill recently made an appearance on the Failing Upwards podcast. Along with discussing his "fashion icon" status and directorial debut Mid90s, Hill gave another subtle hint at his upcoming project with Adidas.

"We've been on yellow light with Adidas. We're on full green light with Mid90s," he says. He also points out how amazing it is to be able to work with the brand as a non-athlete in the first place. "As a filmmaker, to be working with Adidas is next level. You would never think of that. Like, I can't dunk. What?"

Sources tell Sole Collector that the new sneaker he is involved with will reportedly be a general release dropping this December. 

Check out the full interview here. His message about the Three Stripes starts at around the 30-minute mark.