Kevin Hart: What Now? Could Become the Highest Grossing Stand-up Comedy for Hart

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Kevin Hart’s new movie, Kevin Hart: What Now? will be released in theaters tonight, Oct 14. The movie was filmed live at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field in front of 53,000 people in Hart’s hometown. You may recall in 2013, the larger than life comedian had a hit with his concert movie, “Let Me Explain.” The movie became the third highest grossing stand-up comedy movie, earning $32 million domestically for Lionsgate on a only a $7 million budget.

Kevin Hart is said to have produced the movie “What Now?” at his company HartBeat Productions on a budget of around $9 million.


“I’m the first comedian to sell out a football stadium. It’s a huge deal. Now I’ve got my comedy special, What Now, the media mogul told the Tom Joyner Morning Show

Check out Kevin Hart: What Now? movie trailer below:

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