The New York Times had a chance to catch up with Kevin Hart as he promoted his newest film with The Rock, Central Inteligigece. The conversation focused on the new film, roles, obstacles and more. At one point in the interview he gets asked by writer Dave Itzkoff about talks of him no longer touring. To better clarify, Kevin goes on to share that he isn’t going to stop hitting the road but that future shows won’t be as major. Read an expert of their discussion, below.
You said at CinemaCon in April that you were thinking about ending your stand-up comedy tours. Is that still your plan?
When I said it, I meant at this magnitude. I’m not going to stop touring. I don’t know if I’m ever going to do a stadium again. But am I going to continue to write material and come up with new hours? Of course. Are those hours going to be as good as the last? That’s where I put an unlimited amount of pressure on myself.
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