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Kevin Hart Crosses Over Into Mainstream

Kevin Hart is the little comedian that has risen to a big platform when it comes to movies. The thing that has made Kevin Hart stand out so quickly is his ability to quickly adapt to mainstream movies.

In the beginning he was the comedian that spent a lot of time getting his audience familiar with his role in black movies. These were comedies that typically consisted of an entirely black cast of main characters. This would be the launch pad for someone like Kevin Hart, but this would not be the area that he stayed in.

In time Kevin would discover that he was able to bring about a whole new era of buddy comedies. He would star in movies with
Dwayne Johnson. He would star in movies with Ice Cube. He became someone that was easy to recognize for a personality that seemed much bigger than his physical height.

Over time Kevin Hart has become a true business man that continues to branch out and build a pathway for other comedians to follow. He has helped friends that are in the comedy business. He has utilized his platform from movies to create television shows. All of this goes back into the hard-working persona that has become known as Kevin Hart. He is a true business man that knows how to break beyond what is considered the norm for a black comedian.

All of this work that Kevin Hart has put into building his legacy is starting to pay off.

Kevin Hart, Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black Come Together for ‘Jumanji’ Sequel

Jumanji was one of the most popular films of the mid-90s and now some of today’s most popular actors and comedians will team together to work on a sequel. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson laid some rumors to rest with a post to his Instagram account.

“Just finished up Fast and Furious 8 and in two weeks, I’ll be off to work on my next project,” Johnson wrote. “I’ll reunite with my good friends Kevin Hart and Jack Black for a special project. We are going to co-star together in a Jumanji film. It is not a reboot, for the record. It’s going to be a sequel to an amazing classic!”

Jumanji is the 1995 film starring the late Robin Williams, Kirsten Dunst, and Bonnie Hunt. The film follows the life of Alan Parrish, a man who became trapped in a board game that he was playing with his friend, Sarah. The game must be completed before Alan can be freed. His big chance came more than 25 years later when two children discover the game. The end of the film is set up for the possibility of a sequel when the board game is discarded and later found by two children.

There have been no hint drops of what the new film will be like, but with the advances in technology and a cast of some of Hollywood’s leading funnymen, the Jumnanji sequel is definitely a flick to look forward to in the upcoming year.

Upcoming ‘Jumanji’ Film To be Sequel, Not Remake

Kevin Hart and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, are set to appear in an upcoming Jumanji film, which has been confirmed to be a sequel and not a reboot.

Robin Williams fans will rest easy now that it has been confirmed that the film will carry on the tradition of the original film instead of attempting to re-interpret it. Johnson delivered the news to worried fans and film critics via his Instagram account.

“It’s officially a wrap for Fast and Furious 8,” the post read. “I’ll soon reunite with my pals Kevin Hart and Jack Black to introduce a new generation to the tradition of Jumanji. For the record, it’s a sequel, not a reboot.”

The original film starred comedian Robin Williams as Alan Parrish, a man who was trapped within the board game for more than a quarter of a century. The movie featured a star-studded cast including Bebe Neuwirth, Kirsten Dunst, and David Alan Grier. The film is centered around theJumanji game, where Parrish becomes trapped after rolling the dice. His only means of escape is for his original opponent to complete the game. They manage to conquer the game and discard it into a river, only for a couple of children to find the game board washed into the sand at a beach.

Jumanji was given the perfect ending for a sequel and with funnymen Johnson, Black, and Hart uniting to work on the project, it appears that 2017 movie-goers are bound to enjoy some laughs on the big screen.