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Kevin Hart rubs shoulders with Stallone and De Niro

Lapacazo Sandoval | 12/19/2013, 10:46 a.m.
If you haven’t noticed, Hart is winning, and at the New York City press conference for the new Warner Bros. ...
Alan Arkin, Kevin Hart and Sylvester Stallone in “Grudge Match”

For me it’s just having a bunch of doors that I can open up by myself, without the help of others. From stand-up to producing, to writing, to directing, whatever it may be, you create those avenues so you never stop when the world stops. I enjoy every moment of my journey.

How different is stand-up comedy? How do you transition?

Stand-up comedy is a different world. That’s my world. I’m who I am; people pay to see me because they like me. I’m quick on my feet. That helps with working with other actors, I think.

In acting, I get to be who I want to be for that particular role. Creating characters is fun! It’s always fun taking on personalities that are different. Somewhat crazy too, because I think that’s where the crazy side of people comes in. But I still bring that stand-up realm to my acting side—like I said for this film, “Grudge Match,” I was like a hungry kid in a big, candy store! I loved every minute working with Stallone, Kim, Alan and Robert. It’s funny, and let’s face it, I do know something about comedy.

Hart is president of Hartbeat Productions and executive producer, co-creator and star of the series “The Real Husbands of Hollywood.”

Warner Bros. Pictures’ “Grudge Match” opens Dec. 25. For more information, visit grudgematchmovie.com.