For an actor who has said he will never play a gay character, Kevin Hart has certainly embraced the bromance, movies that use a romantic-comedy structure to explore an emotional friendship between two men.

Kevin Hart and Will Ferrel in 'Get Hard'
Kevin Hart and Will Ferrel in 'Get Hard'

Just this past January, Hart infamously said that he would turn down a gay role if it was offered to him. "It's not because I have any ill will or disrespect," he said. "It's because I don't think I'm really going to dive into that role 100 percent because of insecurities about myself trying to play that part. Does that make sense? Like, what I think people are going to think while I'm trying to do this is going to stop me from playing that part the way that I'm supposed to."

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Although he did leave the door open: "I'm not at that acting point in my career. But seven years later? When I've done this part and you say, 'Hey Kevin, I thought you said you'd never do it?' I'm at the point when I want to take a chance. This role made sense. The story made sense. I may do it."

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Hart's current man-crush movie is 'Get Hard', co-starring Will Ferrell as a guy who needs to be toughened-up before starting a stint in prison. The role has some similarities with the fast-talking coach he played in 'The Wedding Ringer' earlier this year opposite Josh Gad. He further explored the genre opposite Ice Cube in last year's 'Ride Along', and has already shot a sequel that's coming next year.

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