Kevin Hart first came to our attention when Judd Apatow cast him in the sitcom 'Undeclared' which, although it was shortlived, led to numerous other hilarious roles in subsequent comedy movies such as 'Scary Movie 3', 'Along Came Polly' and 'Soul Plane'. Later though, he began to make regular appearances in theatres and arenas everywhere as a stand-up comic, with his 2011 tour 'Laugh At My Pain' becoming one of the biggest selling tours of the year. He now details his comedy journey throughout his 2012 'Let Me Explain' worldwide tour, revealing his inspiration and his outlooks as he prepares to perform a major sold-out show at New York's 18,200 capacity venue Madison Square Garden. Not only that, but this telling documentary reveals travels across 10 countries and 80 cities, meeting and greeting fans as he gets to grips with global culture.
Directed by Tim Story ('Laugh at My Pain'), this comedy documentary follows this much-loved comic on his most recent stand-up tour which garnered a massive $32 million in ticket sales and undoubtedly cemented him as one of America's (if not the world's) most favourite comics. See him capture the hearts of the globe in 'Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain', out in the US on July 3rd 2013.
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