Kevin Hart may walk away from stand-up comedy
He just doesn’t have the Hart for it anymore.
Is it time for Kevin Hart’s comic relief?
The funnyman said he might be quitting stand-up comedy for good, according to Variety.
“I don’t know if I’m ever going to go out and do it again,” the “Ride Along 2” star told reporters Wednesday at Las Vegas’ CinemaCon.
Although the 36-year-old quipped that his “What Now” stint might be his “last f–king tour,” fans can look forward to seeing it on the big screen later in the year.
Hart’s stand-up career has taken a backseat to his burgeoning Hollywood stardom.
Variety reports the upcoming movie centers around the “Get Hard” actor in the middle of his world tour, and ends with a sold-out show in Hart’s hometown of Philadelphia.
“What Now” earned more than $100 million in ticket sales, and his Philly gig made him the first comic to sell out an NFL stadium.
His last tour stop was April 1 in South Africa.