What Now? Record Setting and Non Stop Laughter!

Kevin Hart takes you on a journey of after achieving his fame, what now. He still have stories to tell. He still have new goals to reach while he keeps giving in it to his fans. For his fifth comedic stand up movie, Kevin sold out Lincoln Financial Field in his hometown of Philadelphia, a record-breaking, history-making crowd. Despite being a little BIG man, Hart controls the packed football stadium with his manic energy and delivery. He’s aided by a sophisticated stage production including lifts, lighting and screens that set the scene for his jokes and anecdotes.

Synopsis:Comedic rock star Kevin Hart takes center stage in this groundbreaking, record-setting, sold-out performance of What Now?-filmed outdoors in front of more than 50,000 people at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field — marking the first time a comedian has ever performed to an at-capacity football stadium. The film takes Hart back to his hometown for the culmination of the biggest comedy tour in history.

Kevin Hart, the mogul, keeps doing it over and over with his observational humor and story telling. Kevin presents jokes about his family, his life, and some adult situations that should be handled by a mature audience and not recommended for children. Also with only a budget of 9 million, he has so far grossed 11.7 million during opening weekend. Besides the early monetary success and the driving star, this movie is highly recommended for a great date film or just getting out your home for a good side-splitting laugh.

Rating:5 Stars (5 / 5)

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Caliph Knight
Caliph Knight is Founder of Krusade Entertainment. Using this company to pursue music, he also began to travel and a long with Jamese Newkirk co-founded Crossfire. He has been writing for a few years while also producing Podcasts since 2014.
Caliph Knight

Caliph Knight

Caliph Knight is Founder of Krusade Entertainment. Using this company to pursue music, he also began to travel and a long with Jamese Newkirk co-founded Crossfire. He has been writing for a few years while also producing Podcasts since 2014.

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