It's not a happy story, the real-life tale of mobster Henry Hill, whom Ray Liotta immortalized in Martin Scorsese's 'Goodfellas.'

As a result, don't look for Liotta to take another crack at playing Hill, who is still living, in another film.

"I think it's all downhill," Liotta said of Hill at Wednesday's premiere of 'Youth in Revolt' in Hollywood, of Hill. "I heard he just got arrested again last month."

Still, Liotta, tells Moviefone, "I would do [a sequel] if Marty [Scorsese] did." It's not a happy story, the real-life tale of mobster Henry Hill, whom Ray Liotta immortalized in Martin Scorsese's 'Goodfellas.'

As a result, don't look for Liotta to take another crack at playing Hill, who is still living, in another film.

"I think it's all downhill," Liotta said of Hill at Wednesday's premiere of 'Youth in Revolt' in Hollywood, of Hill. "I heard he just got arrested again last month."

Still, Liotta, tells Moviefone, "I would do [a sequel] if Marty [Scorsese] did."

'Goodfellas' was nominated for six Oscars, including Best Picture, and Liotta's co-star Joe Pesci took home Best Acting honors.

Hill, 66, who now earns money selling artwork, has been in and out of trouble and rehab for most of his adult life. He was arrested in December for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest, which he attributed to drinking.

Liotta, who portrayed the young Hill with unsettling intensity, and the real-life Hill posed together for photos in a 2006 issue of Entertainment Weekly, after which Liotta reportedly urged the hard-drinking Hill to enter rehab.

Liotta, in addition to starring in 'Youth in Revolt,' next appears in 'Crazy on the Outside,' 'Date Night' and 'The Details.' It's cartoon work he is looking forward to, though.

"I am most proud of the voice of 'Cats & Dogs [2: Revenge of Kitty Galore']," Liotta says of the movie, which comes out in July, costarring Bette Midler and Chris O'Donnell. "I am playing a dog."
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