Here's the first episode of comedian Kevin Hart's new animated web series, Say It With Your Chest. Hart voices all the characters in addition to narrating the show, which follows the trials and tribulations of a young Kevin Hart.
Chris Rock and Kevin Hart sure are working together a lot lately. Earlier this year, Hart performed alongside Dave Chappelle, Chris Rock, and several other comedians at a much-talked-about gig at New York's Comedy Cellar, and Rock filmed a guest spot on Hart's semi-scripted BET comedy Real Husbands of Hollywood. Now, The Wrap is reporting that Kevin Hart will be cameoing in Finally Famous, a new movie written, directed by, and starring Chris Rock. Rosario Dawson, Sherri Shepherd, and J.B. Smoove also star. In the film, Rock plays a comedian/actor trying to become a dramatic actor who's being coaxed into having his wedding on TV by [...]
It snuck up on us, didn't it? The end of SNL Season 38 brought along with it key staff changes, among them the upcoming departure of head writer Seth Meyers and the immediate departures of cast members Bill Hader, Fred Armisen, and (unofficially) Jason Sudeikis. Few people have shaped SNL over the past 8 years more than these men — Meyers with his leadership in the writers room and charm as Weekend Update host, and Hader, Armisen and Sudeikis as the cast's workhorses and loadbearing performers. Indeed, many pegged Season 38 as a "transitional year" in the wake of Kristen Wiig and Andy Samberg leaving the show a year ago, [...]
When it was announced two weeks ago that comedian Kevin Hart would host SNL, an odd debate sprung up online over whether Hart was "qualified" (i.e., "famous enough") for the gig. Hart has certainly had a huge year, with his film Think Like A Man and comedy album Laugh At My Pain both raking in millions, and his SNL episode received higher ratings than Oscar-winner Christoph Waltz's two weeks ago. Regardless, it's not for us to decide whether or not someone is famous enough to host — only whether or not his talents make him a good fit for the show.
Yes, Hart did occasionally stumble over lines [...]