Kevin Hart Gives Will Ferrell Cornrows on First Poster for 'Get Hard'
This week brought our first look at the forthcoming comedy Get Hard starring Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart, and it shows the latter comedian attempting to turn the former into a tough guy so he's prepared for prison after being convicted of a white collar crime. But the first poster for the film shows us something that we didn't see in the photos, and that's Ferrell getting cornrows in his bushy hair, courtesy of Hart. For those anxious to see how this comedy looks, the first trailer arrives next Tuesday evening, so stay tuned to see if Hart teaming up with Ferrell actually results in a solid comedy with big laughs. We're hoping for the best.
Here's the first poster for Etan Cohen's Get Hard from Yahoo:
Get Hard marks the feature directorial debut of Etan Cohen (writer of Men in Black III, Tropic Thunder, Idiocracy) with a script he wrote with Ian Roberts & Jay Martel (both writers of the series "Key & Peele"). A rich bank manager (Will Ferrell) is wrongfully convicted and sentenced to time in a maximum security prison. To prepare himself for his incarceration, the banker hires the man who washes his car (Kevin Hart) to toughen him up in his final 30 days of freedom. Alison Brie, Craig T. Nelson and Edwina Findley also star in the film which Warner Bros. Pictures has slated for release next spring on March 27th, 2015. Excited?
Reader Feedback - 8 Comments
ragethorn on Nov 21, 2014
Could be hilarious. They're certainly 2 of the top funny guys in movies today. But sometimes unstoppable forces and immovable objects just make foul smelling mushroom clouds, to be avoided lest you die of not laughter.
The Walking Cuban on Nov 21, 2014
This movie is so funny I swear people are going to love it when it comes out
firstname.lastname@example.org on Nov 21, 2014
LOL...I am sorry I laughed.
DAVIDPD on Nov 21, 2014
Is this a remake of Big Stan (Rob Schneider 2007) coz it sounds awefully simillar. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kCdtAFar0XM
DBK on Nov 21, 2014
Emerikahns, why is it the white woman before the black woman?
redskulllives on Nov 22, 2014
Rob Schneider is... A PENCIL!
steve on Nov 22, 2014
Lol! Well, it'll be hit or miss, considering the writing and directorial debuts. I am rooting for it to succeed.
Adam on Nov 22, 2014
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