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Kevin Hart Details
Take a second and really think about how much charisma it takes to be a successful stand-up comedian, to control a stage, command an audience’s attention and make them laugh at the words coming out of your mouth. Now, imagine being funny enough to perform in front of 50,000 people in a football stadium. Okay, NOW imagine being funny enough to turn that performance into a successful movie, where millions of people literally go to movie theaters to watch a performance you did months earlier. That’s Kevin Hart, and that’s exactly what he did with the 2016 film What Now? The film grossed $23.6 million and earned a 76% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. If Kevin Hart can do that, he can pretty much do anything.
And he pretty much has. Raised in Philadelphia, Hart went through the same trials as most young comedians, getting booed off stage more than once. But, obviously, he kept at it, and was soon headlining. At the same time, he was landing small roles in big comedy films (His show-stealing performance opposite Romany Malco in The 40-Year-Old Virgin pushes the film to another level). By 2009 he was a full-on star, releasing his first stand-up special, I’m a Grown Little Man. And before long, he was the leading man in movies like Think Like a Man and Ride Along. His success and celebrity has transcended comedy; for example, he’s a regular highlight at the NBA All-Star Weekend and, won the All-Star Celebrity Game MVP award in four straight years from 2012 to 2015.
April 2, 2018
Best Stand-Up Comedy Coming to New York This Spring
There's no doubt that New York gets a lot of love from the comedy world, but these next couple months are especially loaded. Here are the seven best stand-up comedy shows coming to NYC this spring. Lisa Lampanelli April 14 @ The Wellmont Theatre Hecklers beware! Comedy Central roast queen Lisa Lampanelli is bringing her…
February 2, 2018
Hottest Tour Announcements of the Week
A mish-mosh of country artists, comedians and iconic alt rockers. Here are the hottest tour announcements of the week! Luke Bryan 'What Makes You Country XL' Tour https://youtu.be/3yyZ0UOZgcQ In support of his sixth studio album, What Makes You Country, Luke Bryan is hitting the road for a supersized tour of the same name. The stadium…
January 29, 2018
Kevin Hart Announces More 'Irresponsible' Tour Dates
Larger than life comedian Kevin Hart has added another leg of dates to his Irresponsible tour. The tour originally ended on March 22, but will now extend all the way to November 29 before Hart heads to Australia to perform. Among the stops include gigs in New York City, Toronto, Chicago and Denver. Tickets for…