Here's How Kevin Hart Looks as an Action Figure from His Upcoming TV Series 'Die Hart'
Kevin Hart recently took to Instagram to flaunt a new action figure in honor of his character in the new series, "Die Hart." The actor also expressed gratitude for his cool gift.
Kevin Hart's new series, "Die Hart" has him playing a fictionalized version of himself and this has earned him a new action figure in honor of his character on the show.
Taking to Instagram, Hart shared a photo of the action figure with the name "Agent Hart" written on the box that housed the toy. The toy, which is a direct replica of Hart's character on the show, was met with gratitude from the actor. In his caption, he wrote,
"I got a action figure ????......I appreciate the gift @quibi."
Going further in his caption, Hart urged his fans to stream "Die Hart," which is available on the mobile video platform, Quibi. In the ten bite-sized episodes of the series, Hart is seen trying to transition from being a sidekick actor to a leading man in an action movie.
Although Kevin is excited about the new series, he is most excited about his co-stars on "Die Hart" - John Travolta and lead actress, Nathalie Emmanuel.
Hart revealed that "Die Hart" was inspired by the prologue of his 2016 stand up comedy show, "What Now."
In the series, Hart's dream of becoming a leading man in an action film comes to reality after a famous director offers him a role. He must, however, first undergo training at the greatest action film school which is run by a man portrayed by Travolta.
The show also shows Emmanuel's character nursing an infatuation she has for another character played by Josh Hartnett.
While speaking about her infatuation with Harnett in the show, Emmanuel reportedly admitted that she was truly excited to work with him, adding that the actor evoked nostalgic feelings in her.
During an interview with EW, Hart and Emmanuel opened up about what it was like working on the series which is a perfect blend of comedy and action.
When asked how they were both able to pull off the stunts seen on the show, Hart explained that they had a great team of stunt coordinators who were able to help them on set.
Emmanuel admitted that the team had been extremely helpful in nurturing her through the process of learning the choreography required for her character.
Speaking about how the show was developed, Hart revealed that "Die Hart" was inspired by the prologue of his 2016 stand-up comedy show, "What Now."
Although Emmanuel and Hart explained that there were some challenges involved in making the show, it is expected to be as hilarious and entertaining as many of Hart's previous projects.