Kevin Hart, at the Buckhead St. Regis Hotel earlier this month, was visibly tired. He had just spent the previous night partying at local hotspots the Gold Room and Velvet Room. “Premiere parties. Afterparties. Hosting special events,” he said.
But he wasn’t complaining. His career is on the rise, and he’s excited about being such a central character in “Think Like a Man,” a romantic comedy which hits theaters nationwide Friday and is based on Atlanta comedian Steve Harvey’s best-selling advice book.
“This,” Hart said, “could potentially be my breakout role.”
Within an ensemble cast which includes Gabrielle Union, Taraji B. Henson and Michael Ealy, Hart brings a brash, Chris Tucker-like sensibility to his role as Cedric, a recently divorced man on the prowl.
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