Kevin Hart is on fire these days! Ride Along – HILARIOUS BY THE WAY – continues to top box office charts after three-weeks. The dust has yet to settle on this release, and already on February 14, About Last Night is scheduled to hit theaters.
Hart showed up to the New York screening of the film, with Regina Hall, Joy Bryant and the film’s producer, Will Packer. After the showing, a Q&A took place and Kevin admitted that the “comedic chemistry” as well as the “emotional chemistry” with Hall is UNDENIABLE!

I definitely tip my hat off to Regina because it was hard for her. Working with me, not wanting me, not trying to take this to a different level, we kept it professional, which I respect you for. [Jokes with Regina] You could have taken advantage of me and you didn’t. I’ve never clicked on camera faster with anybody in my life than I did Regina. Guy or female. Our comedic chemistry, our emotional chemistry, we didn’t have to search for it.

Bernie and Joan are 70 percent of the relationships out there. Those couples that are that crazy that they see no problem in what they do and they think everybody else is crazy. ‘We ain’t the problem, y’all the crazy one. Y’all lying and making everything seem like it’s perfect.‘ We are a dysfunctional item but I love the journey that Bernie and Joan takes everyone on. I love how real it is and people are going to relate to that!

STEAMY! Hit the jump for more from Kevin Hart on his up-coming release!

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Don’t forget to check out the gallery for the hot on-screen couple!

On if he thinks that it’s important that this film is not boxed into being just a “black film”:

People go see a film because it’s a good film. If you look at this year’s success with all ‘black movies,’ you look at ‘The Butler,’ ‘ 12 years a Slave,’ ‘Think Like A Man,’ ‘The Best Man Holiday,’ and ‘Ride Along,’ these are all movies that have been successful at the box office. At the end of the day, you can’t justify a film being a ‘black movie’ when you are looking at 70 million plus at the box office. That’s a universal film. That means you are making quality films, so I think that stigma is slowly getting released. At the end of the day, numbers show. If the numbers show, you can’t deny crossover material. A film is a film. If it’s a good film, the end result is that everyone will support it.