Watch Kevin Hart Continue to Dominate Comedy in ‘Think Like a Man Too’ Trailer

By February 14, 2014
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If you’ve already caught either one of this year’s Kevin Hart-starring vehicles (yes, it’s only mid-February and the funny man already has two films under his belt, even if one only opened today), you’re well aware that the comedian is undeniably good at making any film better by virtue of his particular brand of screeching, jumpy humor. While that might not sound like the kind of thing that appeals (screeching? jumpy?), Hart makes it work no matter the genre – from the cop comedy of Ride Along to the raunchy rom-com About Last Night – and his energetic presence continues to be the best thing about most of his projects.

Will that same magic work in yet another upcoming Hart film? (And just how many films does this guy have coming out this year? The answer is four, just four.) The comedian leads the cast of Tim Story’s Think Like a Man Too, the sequel to Story’s 2012 Think Like a Man, a sprawling rom-com that lifts some of its biggest lessons from Steve Harvey’s dating book of the same name.

This time around, the guys and gals are hitting Las Vegas for a wedding – but first, it’s time for a wild night of bachelor and bachelorette parties. What could possibly go wrong? Especially when the ladies decide to one-up the men at every turn, proving that they can party just as hard.

 

Obviously, everyone eventually ends up in jail.

The sequel stars a whole mess of talent, including two of Hart’s About Last Night costars, Regina King and Michael Ealy, along with Taraji P. Henson, Terrence Jenkins, Jerry Ferrara, Dennis Haysbert, Gabrielle Union, Romany Malco, and Meagan Good. Despite this stacked cast, Hart is very much the star of this trailer – even when he’s half drowning in a swanky Las Vegas pool and loudly screaming about his “Lambo.”

Think Like a Man Too opens on June 20.

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Kate Erbland
Kate Erbland is a staff writer for movie news and reviews at GeekNation. Her work can also be found at Film School Rejects, ScreenCrush, Vanity Fair, The Dissolve, Cosmopolitan, Bustle, amNewYork, New York Daily News, Dame Magazine, Mental Floss, Film.com, MSN Movies, and Boxoffice Magazine. She lives in New York City with two cats, two turtles, one boyfriend, and a frightening number of sensible canvas totes.
  • Susan P Graham

    WOW! Loved “About Last Night”. If this is half as funny bring a change of pants! Great line-up as well. Re-teaming with Regina King and Michael Ealy could be a stroke of genius.

  • Ernest B Ingalls

    I can’t think of a single reason why this film should fail. Line-up Check, Situation Check, Funny meter pegged. I will be there for this one without fail!

  • Jacquelyn N Conway

    A whole mess of something! Hee hee! Love this team up!

  • Marvin S Meza

    I can’t get The Hangover out of my mind.

  • equildiii

    All right!!! Can’t wait for this, another great black product to support!!! Great writing, great direction, great !