Since kicking off his career as a stand-up comedian in the mid-2000’s, Kevin Hart has come a long way to say the least. While he has admitted to difficulties early on in his career, Hart has since amassed a massive following and impressive resume that includes a number of blockbuster Hollywood films. Despite his success however he remains one of the hardest working men in Hollywood, constantly on a stage or film set entertaining audiences across the globe. While the COVID-19 pandemic certainly impacted his productivity as it did virtually everybody on Earth, he is back in the new Netflix film Lift about an international heist that takes place 30,000 feet in the air.
Kevin Hart has been attached to a variety of blockbuster projects over the past decade that have helped propel him to stardom such as 2014’s Ride Along and the 2017 reboot film Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle. He has put his talent on full display on a number of occasions, taking on a variety of roles and excelling in virtually every single one of them. This makes it no surprise that he has become such a hot commodity in Hollywood and continues to be cast in new films, with Hart now set to star in the Netflix film Lift where he will play a master thief that is convinced to commit a heist while on-board a Boeing 777 airplane. Despite how peculiar the setting may sound, Hart is certainly no stranger to a potentially outlandish plotline and is bound to deliver an interesting performance. The film is additionally set to be directed by F. Gary Gray who achieved acclaim in recent years for his work on films such as 2015’s Straight Outta Compton, with further details about the upcoming film still yet to be revealed.
Even in 2021, Kevin Hart continues to rack up acting credits and add to an already extensive resume that solidifies his place in Hollywood. At this point he has to be arguably the most commercially successful comedian to ever live given the success he has had on the silver screen, something only rivaled by the likes of comedy legends such as Bernie Mac or Eddie Murphy. The Philadelphia-born comedian is simply earning his spot alongside those two in the comedy hall of fame one stand-up special or film at a time. His next film Lift is currently in the early stages of production at Netflix and can be expected to hit the streaming service in the coming future.