Kevin Hart is one of the most successful stand-ups in recent history, but his pavement-pounding days might be over.
The comedian said Wednesday his large comedy tours might be a thing of the past. “I don’t know if I’m ever going to go out and do it again,” he said at Las Vegas’ CinemaCon, according to Variety. He also dubbed his “What Now?” trek, the subject of the upcoming Kevin Hart: What Now? stand-up movie, as “my last f—ing tour.”
“What Now?” traversed the globe and brought in more than $100 million. Hart was the first comedian to sell out an NFL field, selling over 50,000 tickets for a hometown gig at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field. That show will be used in the What Now? movie. His last tour date on the book was April 1 in Johannesburg, South Africa.
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Hart will costar in Central Intelligence with Dwayne Johnson, out June 17.