Kevin Hart’s latest comedy, “Night School,” continues filming in Atlanta.
He’s juggling the production with comedy tour stops, including recent appearances in Columbus and in Charleston, S.C. He’s been in the news lately for difficult reasons, but has been feeling support on stage.
“I love & appreciate all of you. I swear my fans are as real as it gets,” he posted. “You guys are ride or die and I love you for that.”
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“Night School” is about guys who do whatever it takes to finish their GEDs. This week’s filming involves a fast-food scene, according to a recent casting call. Kevin apparently plays a guy working behind the McCounter somewhere as the casting notice was looking for folks to play his customers. (They’re probably all set with extras for this scene but here’s the info just in case).
It’s the latest film Kevin has shot here, following “Ride Along” and its sequel. No. 3 is reportedly in the works. He also appears in the “Jumanji” remake, filmed partly in Atlanta.