Kevin Hart & Rest of the Gang Talk ‘Me Time’
| LAST UPDATE 08/30/2022
In celebration of the summer's latest comedy, Me Time, stars from the Netflix original - Kevin Hart, Mark Wahlberg, and Regina Hall - all got together for the red carpet premiere in Los Angeles. The comedy, directed and written by John Hamburg, most famously known for Meet the Parents, pulled together some of the strongest characters in Hollywood for Me Time - and we can't wait to watch them do their thing.
The Netflix comedy opens with Sonny Fisher (Hart) and Huck Dembo (Wahlberg) celebrating Dembo's 29th birthday when classically, something happens to Sonny, and audiences understand more about their friendship. Fast forward years later, Hart's character is a stay-at-home husband who is the president of the PTA, while his wife Maya (Hall) is a hard-working architect. When Wahlberg's character plans a gathering for his 44th birthday, Sonny is unsure if he wants to go along for the ride seeing as he is more of a family man these days rather than a kid in his 20th. But, everyone around him pushes him to enjoy some alone time away from the family, and in response, he joins Huck on all the birthday adventures.
So clearly, we can only imagine the three of them working together on-screen will radiate absolute magic and laughter for all those tuning in. In a recent interview with Variety, Wahlberg explained, "I was able to just go to work and have fun every day." When discussing the genius directing work behind Hamburg, he added, "John created an amazing environment for everybody, not just myself, Kevin and Regina, but for everybody to be at their creative best and try things." What we do to be on that set!
Hart jumped in to comment on what it was like working with Wahlberg, saying, "Seeing Mark come to work, sit in his chair and talk to the cast and crew, this is a guy who's been doing it for years!" And with this movie, "I've been fortunate enough to work with good people that respect and love the craft, and I hope that never changes." Well, we hope it never changes either because we love everything all three actors are involved in! So, we will definitely be sure to catch Me Time, now streaming on Netflix.