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Kevin Hart discusses his ability to go from comedy to drama in his new Netflix film Fatherhood 

‘I’m as talented as f**k’: Kevin Hart discusses his ability to go from comedy to drama with his new Netflix film Fatherhood

Kevin Hart is best known for his hilarious comedy films and for selling out arenas around the world with his stand-up shows.

But now, the American comedian and actor is changing his pace with his latest Netflix film, called Fatherhood.

The 41-year-old told The Australian on Saturday: ‘I say this humbly — but I’m as talented as f**k.’ 

‘I’m as talented as f**k’: Kevin Hart discussed his ability to go from comedy to drama this week with his new Netflix film Fatherhood

‘I’m really good at what I do,’ he added in reflection on his ability shift to a more dramatic type role.

In the Netflix film, which is based on a real life story, Hart plays Matthew Logelin – a single father struggling to look after his daughter, played by Melody Hurd, following the death of his wife.

The heart warming and emotional movie is getting plenty of positive attention from viewers online.

Emotional: 'I'm really good at what I do,' he added in reflection on his ability shift to a more dramatic type role.  In the Netflix film, Hart plays Matthew Logelin - a single father struggling to his look after his daughter following the death of his wife

Emotional: ‘I’m really good at what I do,’ he added in reflection on his ability shift to a more dramatic type role.  In the Netflix film, Hart plays Matthew Logelin – a single father struggling to his look after his daughter following the death of his wife

Tear jerker: The heart warming and emotional movie is getting plenty of positive attention from viewers online

Tear jerker: The heart warming and emotional movie is getting plenty of positive attention from viewers online 

But elsewhere in the interview, Hart spoke about ‘cancel culture’ and the numerous times he’s been ‘cancelled’. 

In 2019, the comedian faced backlash online after tweets his homophobic comments resurfaced, which lead to him deciding to stand down as presenter of the Oscars that year.

But he said he’s ‘never bothered’ by it all.

‘If you allow it to have an effect on you, it will,’ he told The Australian. 

'If you allow it to have an effect on you, it will': But elsewhere in the interview, Hart spoke about 'cancel culture' and the numerous times he's been 'cancelled'

‘If you allow it to have an effect on you, it will’: But elsewhere in the interview, Hart spoke about ‘cancel culture’ and the numerous times he’s been ‘cancelled’

Over the past five years, Kevin has starred in box-office hits such as Get Hard, Central Intelligence and Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, as well as sell out comedy tours.

In his personal life, Kevin is a doting father of four children. He shares three-year-old son Kenzo and eight-month-old daughter Kaori Mai with his wife of four years Eniko.

He shares two older children, daughter Haven, 16, and son Hendrix, 13, with ex-wife Torrei.

Doting dad: Kevin is a doting father of four children. He shares three-year-old son Kenzo and eight-month-old daughter Kaori Mai with his wife of four years Eniko. He shares two older children, daughter Haven, 16 (right with Kenzo), and son Hendrix, 13 (left), with ex-wife Torrei

Doting dad: Kevin is a doting father of four children. He shares three-year-old son Kenzo and eight-month-old daughter Kaori Mai with his wife of four years Eniko. He shares two older children, daughter Haven, 16 (right with Kenzo), and son Hendrix, 13 (left), with ex-wife Torrei

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