Kevin Hart wants to change the idea that there are “black” movies.
“I think that’s where the Kevin Hart Effect comes in,” the 33-year-old actor/comedian says, laughing. “I feel like, right now, my audience is very much on both sides.”
On one hand, “The support I get from black people is amazing,” something he says has been true since his early days as a stand-up comedian. “But once the crossover effects happens and other people are aware of you, (success) becomes about great material.”
Hart was in San Francisco promoting his latest film, “Think Like a Man Too,” the sequel to the 2012 surprise hit “Think Like a Man.” Unlike so many of his characters — loud and armed to the teeth with quips and comebacks — Hart is surprisingly engaging, warm and even serious when it comes to his career and how his movies are perceived.
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