It's been a big year for comedian Kevin Hart, 32. In addition to hosting the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards, the Philadelphia native had roles in the wildy popular Think Like a Man and The Five-Year Engagement, the latter of which starred comedic talents Jason Segel, Emily Blunt, Chris Pratt and Brian Posehn.
Kevin Hart was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol in Los Angeles early Sunday morning. The stand-up comedian was allegedly driving 90 mph down an L.A. freeway in his black Mercedes, cutting across lanes of traffic and nearly crashing into a gas tanker truck, according to a statement by the California Highway Patrol, reported CNN.
Macklemore, 29, and Ryan Lewis, 24, the musicians who hit it big with their 2012 songs, "Thrift Shop" and "Can't Hold Us" from album The Heist, upstaged even host Kevin Hart on Saturday Night Live this weekend, when they had the crowd roaring with their two renditions of the tunes.
Kevin Hart, stand-up comic and actor, hosted Saturday Night Live in an episode that tackled the sequester, the election of a new pope and 90s era advertising. Jay Pharoah played President Obama during the night’s cold opening in a speech on the sequester that included a talking point about how airport security would rely on travelers to take photos down their pants.
It's just hours away from the MTV Video Music Awards, held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, but first-time host Kevin Hart, 32, of such recent offbeat comedies like Think Like a Man and The Five-Year Engagement, is ready for some star-studded antics and potentially offensive humor.
It's almost time for the next (and final) round of Twilight promotions, and at last night's MTV Video Music Awards, fans got a sneak peek not only at the upcoming trailer for Breaking Dawn — Part 2, the installment that will wrap up the onscreen Twilight series presumably forever, but also what the months of promotion that lie ahead could look like in a world devoid of a Pattinson-Stewart union.
If there were a candidate for the funniest actor in The Five-Year Engagement, comedian Kevin Hart would justifiably be at the top of the list. Leading funny man Jason Segel would be up there, too. But, according to Hart, the distinction of funniest star belongs to someone else.