Video interview: Kevin Hart explains KEVIN HART: LET ME EXPLAIN

Video interview: Kevin Hart explains KEVIN HART: LET ME EXPLAIN


It was just over a year ago when I first met Kevin Hart. He was in town to promote his movie THINK LIKE A MAN, which as it turns out was quite good, thanks largely in part to Kevin being so funny in it. This weekend his stand up comedy documentary KEVIN HART: LET ME EXPLAIN opens in theaters, which is a great entry in the hall of memorable “comedians in concert” films, as well as a personal pulling back of the curtain on Hart’s family life. While it’s impressive how far Kevin has come in a short period of time, much of it can be attributed to his personal touch when it comes to promotion. One of the reasons he was in town this week was to make surprise appearances at multiple movie theaters for opening night of his film. He did the same thing last year with THINK LIKE A MAN. That sort of grass roots promotion, even when it isn’t needed, is the kind of thing that cultivates a respectable career in show business. I for one think the success Hart has had is well earned, so I was happy to speak with him once again, this time about LET ME EXPLAIN which is another solid theatrical entry for the rising comedy star. Check out our latest interview below. Big thanks to the intrepid Ric Mulligan for shooting this.

KEVIN HART: LET ME EXPLAIN is now playing everywhere

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Born and raised in Dallas, Mark has been a movie critic since 1994, with reviews featured in print, radio and National TV. In 2001 he started the Entertainment section of the Herorealm website, where he contributed film reviews and celebrity interviews until 2004. After three years of service there, he started, which has become one of the Dallas film community's leading information websites. Bigfanboy hosts several movie screenings in the Texas area, and works closely with film and TV studios and promotional partners to host exciting events and contests. The site also features a variety of rare celebrity and filmmaker interviews, and regularly covers the film festival circuit as well. In addition to Hollywood reporting, Mark has worked for many years as an advertising and sci-fi/comic book artist. Clients have included Lucasfilm Ltd., Topps Trading Cards, The Dallas Mavericks and The Dallas Stars. From 2002 until 2015 he managed the Dallas Comic Con, Sci-Fi Expo and Fan Days events in the DFW area. He currently catalogs rare comic books and movie memorabilia for Heritage Auctions, and runs the Dallas Comic Show conventions, but remains an avid moviegoer and cinema buff.