Kevin Hart shows off his hula-hooping skills to several children in a scene for his new film Fatherhood
It looked more like fun than work.
Kevin Hart did the hippy hippy shake as he showed off his hula-hooping skills on the set of his new film, Fatherhood, on Wednesday.
The scene, filmed in front of Boston Children’s Hospital, included a group of youngsters following the 40-year-old comedian’s lead.
Swing those hips: Kevin Hart did the hippy hippy shake as he showed off his hula-hooping skills on the set of his new film, Fatherhood, on Wednesday.
Kevin stars as a single dad raising his daughter but still grieving for his wife who died the day after giving birth.
He donned a pink polo shirt, faded black jeans and black sneakers as he gyrated to get the hoop moving while a youngster in a light blue T-shirt and jeans seemed to have no trouble with the movement.
‘Can’t wait for the world to see this film!!!!!! #Fatherhood,’ he captioned a snap of himself looking very serious as he held a clapper board in his car.
Alfre Woodard play his mother-in-law, while DeWanda Wise, Lil Rel Howery, Anthony Carrigan, Melody Hurd, Paul Reiser and Deborah Ayorinde will also star alongside him.
She did good: Kevin put his arm around one of his young co-stars after the scene ended
The film is set to hit theaters next April and is being produced by Kevin and Sony Pictures.
In reality, Kevin is a father of three: one-year-old son Kenzo with his current wife Eniko Hart; and a daughter Heaven, 14, and son Hendrix, 11, from his previous marriage.
Meanwhile 2019 is a big year for the actor, despite dropping out of hosting the Oscars earlier this year.
Grabbing a coffee: The 40-year-old star, who was dressed in a pink polo shirt, faded black jeans and black sneaker, needed a hit of caffeine
He voiced the iconic super-bunny Snowball in The Secret Life Of Pets 2 and had a feature role in Fast & Furious spin off, Hobbs & Shaw.
He will next be seen in Jumanji: The Next Level, with Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, Karen Gillan and Jack Black, due out on December 13.
He also released another Netflix stand up special, Kevin Hart: Irresponsible, this spring, that focused on his cheating scandal from two years ago.
And the star has three more films and a TV series in the works.
Taking himself seriously: ‘Can’t wait for the world to see this film!!!!!! #Fatherhood,’ he captioned a snap of himself holding a clapper board in his car. The movie is due out in April