Kevin Hart: What Now
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Superstar entertainer, actor and comedian, Kevin Hart, announced today a massive North American arena tour. The WHAT NOW TOUR will take the award-winning comedian to 45 cities throughout the U.S. and Canada. Promoted by Live Nation, the biggest comedy tour in history. Tickets for the WHAT NOW TOUR go on sale Friday, Feb. 20 at www.whatnowtour.com.
During our interview, Kevin overflowed with praise about his wife. His respect for her is so apparent, and I could see how committed he is to making their marriage work. This is what he has to say about his wife, and what he admires most about her:
He's also opening up about his mom, Nancy Hart, who passed away in 2007. In the series, Kevin discusses how his mom became strict once his brother, Robert, was legally emancipated from their family following behavioral issues. Where is Kevin Hart's brother now Read on to find out what Kevin said about his brother's tough upbringing, how his mom forced him to get emancipated, and where he is today.
HART: I think the most important reason for me is that I'm in a position now in my life, in my career where you want to make sure that you are doing your part in giving back and providing information. And, you know, the story of Marcus and Marcus's journey towards making a movie, it's all filled with self-belief. And, you know, when you're talking about this younger generation, I think that that's something that we need to make sure that these kids really have, just the self-awareness and understanding of what they truly are capable of, and putting their mind to anything, they can achieve it and just win - right - and become the best versions of themselves possible.
And, you know, one thing that a lot of kids go through, and I did as well - you know, when you go through tough times, there's the whole, if I was this type of person, I would do this, and this would never happen. Like, that's - it's like that wishful thinking of what else you could do if you had or if you were. And we kind of create this alter ego as kids. And I felt Marcus being that kid that, you know, was having a tough time with kids in school, whether it was being bullied or dealing with some version of that, it was about what that alter ego would do to those guys.
And that's where Marcus - that's where he found his niche. His niche was in creating these comic books with these characters. And Toothpick was a character in a comic book, but Toothpick was ultimately - it was ultimately Marcus. It was who Marcus turned into to defend himself against the difficult kids that he had to encounter. And that's one thing that can keep a kid occupied. It's creativity. It's allowing your mind to roam and be free. And what you put on that page is what you ultimately believe can become a reality. And that's what he did. Marcus wanted that world to become a movie. And when he found out that it was possible, there was nothing that could stop him from doing it.
HART: Because that's me in my workplace. Now, I mean, I'm CEO and the chairman, et cetera, but I had to get to a space of comfort in knowing that hiring these different individuals can only make the thing that I believe in, that they believe in better. And that's one thing that he has to realize. You know, he thinks that he knows it all. He thinks it's his way or the highway. And he realizes that, yo, you know what I need help. And he goes and taps on those friendships. And, you know, those close relationships put him in a place where he can help develop and create the thing that he truly wants to do.
HART: Well, I think the biggest change for me is just realizing that we're not in control, right Like, we're not in control of the unknown. And this was a major unknown. So for me, that was the eye-opener. It was like, if this were to happen again, what would I want to have in place so that, you know, me and my family are prepared, secure and OK It just put me in a place where I was asking myself a lot of those questions after see