No way Seinfeld could do this. Or Aziz. And definitely not Louis C.K. When you hear “a stand-up finishing his set,” the last thing you think of is a ripped guy hanging from a pullup bar and busting through a set of brutal elevated crunches. But that’s exactly what Kevin Hart is doing at a gym near his house in Los Angeles – at 6:30 a.m. on a Saturday. When I ask him if any other comedian he knows would even consider getting up this early on a weekend to train, he laughs,
he says, but adds that, for him,
“this is late.”
And this isn’t a bit; he’s not putting me on. When it comes to fitness, Kevin Hart doesn’t play around.
(Source: Men’s Fitness, October 2016)
“My kids know I’m a big deal,”
Hart says in the announcement.
“They’re very aware. I let them know every day, I say, ‘Look, daddy’s a big deal.’ Now I’ll have a book out to prove it.”
From the Hart is Scheduled for a Father’s Day 2017 publication.
Do you smell that? That’s the smell of pure, uncontrollable excitement. It’s the kind of aroma that wafts into the
ring room when something awesome happens — like, say, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Kevin Hart announcing that they’re hosting the 2016 MTV Movie Awards together on April 10, 2016.
Both David Beckham and Kevin Hart team up with one another for H&M 2015. See the hilarious camaraderie behind the scenes here.
Rolling Stones takes us behind the scenes of their latest shoot with Kevin Hart.
Call him adorable, raunchy, shameless — just make sure you also call him stand-up’s first mogul
Kevin Hart is featured on August 2015’s cover of Rolling Stones, on newstands now.
(Source: Rolling Stones)
Kevin Hart and Drake team up for the Hartbeat Weekend in September. Actor and comedian Kevin Hart had so much fun with his HartBeat Weekend last year that it returns to the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Sept. 5 and Sept. 6. The weekend features two comedy shows at The Chelsea, singer Drake at the Boulevard Pool and celebrity appearances at Marquee Nightclub.
(Source: LA Times)
Kevin Hart may be pint-size, but his forthcoming What Now? Tour this spring and summer will be one of his biggest undertakings yet. Hart will also become the first comic to ever perform at a NFL venue when he wraps his tour in Philadelphia on August 30. A fitting end to what will likely be the highest-grossing comedy tour of all time.
“Another shot from my photo shoot that I decided to do myself with @raskindphoto & @smallzphoto which was styled by @charlysmama ….as usual @johnburgandee had my hairline op point. My new goal is to get the attention of these high end fashion brands. I want to eventually be the face of one of them because it has never been done by a comedian!!!! So I will keep paying for photo shoots myself and show them what they are missing until they call me!!!!”
Three man act Plastic Cup Boyz, Joey Wells, Will “Spank” Horton and Na’im Lynn, taped their debut special at The House of Blues in San Diego. In front of a live audience, the trio covers topics including reality television, women’s eyebrows and looking like a cat clock.
The world premiere of “Kevin Hart Presents: Plastic Cup Boyz” will debut on Saturday, April 11 at 11:00 p.m. ET/PT.
(Source: Comedy Central)