die hart movie

Die Hart, a satirical action comedy that follows Kevin Hart (Ride Along, Fatherhood, and Me Time) as he searches for a role that would change his life, will debut on Prime Video. Hartbeat, the international media firm owned by Hart, produces Die Hart. On February 24, 2023, Prime Video subscribers in South Africa and everywhere else will have access to the movie Die Hart, which will also be accessible in local theaters starting on February 22, 2023.

Kevin Hart, a multi-award-winning comedian and actor, is a Mzansi fan favorite with a devoted following. Now, Die Hart movie fans in South Africa can take advantage of the opportunity to appreciate his hilarious humor and comedic style. Die Hart, the motion picture, is an adaptation of the original ten-episode television series. The series had its US debut on Quibi and received an outstanding 80% on Rotten Tomatoes.

In Die Hart, Hart portrays a fictionalized version of himself as he attempts to change his image from that of a comedic wingman to that of a serious action movie star. Kevin Hart strives to learn the ropes on how to become one of the industry’s most sought-after action stars while attending Ron Wilcox’s “action hero school,” which is operated by John Travolta’s character Ron Wilcox (Paradise City, Eye for an Eye).

Nathalie Emmanuel (Game of Thrones, Fast & Furious), Josh Hartnett (Wrath of Man), and Jean Reno appear alongside Kevin Hart and John Travolta (The Professional). The film is directed by Brooklyn Nine-Nine alum Eric Appel, and it was written by John Wick trilogy scribe Derek Kolstad and Tripper Clancy (Stuber).

The funny and enduring comic performance of Hart and his co-stars will now be accessible to a global audience exclusively on Prime Video. “We truly love this movie… Kevin Hart is one of the world’s most talented entertainers”, said Chris Mansolillo, Director, Content Acquisition, Prime Video. “Empire Entertainment is very excited to bring another great Kevin Hart film to cinema screens across South Africa in partnership with Prime Video,” said Debbie McCrum, Empire Entertainment’s Managing Director.