Watch: Red Band Trailer for 'Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain' Stand-Up
Right now comedy fans can see stand-up giant Kevin Hart handle the apocalypse alongside Seth Rogen, James Franco, Danny McBride, Jonah Hill and their whole crew in This is the End, but later this summer, the spotlight will be all his. Following in the footsteps of comedians like Richard Pryor and Eddie Murphy, the Death at a Funeral and Five-Year Engagement star takes his stand-up act to theaters with Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain. The red band trailer for the stand-up concert documentary has just surfaced and features Hart riffing on romance, friendship and a cross between a zebra and a deer that haunts his dreams.
Here's the first trailer for Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain, via HartBeat Productions:
Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain captures the laughter, energy and mayhem of the comedians 2012 concert tour which spanned 10 countries and 80 cities, and generated over $32 million in ticket sales. Both of his shows at New York's Madison Square Garden (where the film was shot) and his performance at London's O2 Arena sold out, as well as his appearances in Canada, Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Amsterdam. The tour concluded this past New Year's Eve in Los Angeles by selling out the Staples Center and grossing over $1 million in revenue in one night. Summit releases the theatrical stand-up special on July 3rd this summer.
this looks amazing
Alex Williams on Jun 14, 2013
He's consistently funny. Never a dull moment.
Xerxexx on Jun 14, 2013
That's some good stuff right there.
DAVIDPD on Jun 14, 2013
He's one of my favorite comedians around today, can't wait for this.
Chris Groves on Jun 14, 2013
LMFAO @ "it's a fuckin deerbra"
Corey Ross on Jun 14, 2013
Hmmm didn't laugh once...
ff on Jun 14, 2013
are richard pryor and eddie murphy the only comedians who has made a "stand-up concert documentary" or why did you pick them? do they have something in common?
Eric on Jun 14, 2013
I liked the Deerbra joke. Quite a lot of 'bitch' going on in that video, but people seem fine with that.
Carpola on Jun 15, 2013
A new breed of comedy...?
TheRagingCajun on Jun 15, 2013
Not really my style...I see him more as a comedic actor then a stand up.
rich on Jun 16, 2013
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