A Breakdown of Kevin Hart's Lucrative Acting Career.
Kevin Hart earns up to $10-15m per film but he also charges Hollywood studios an extra fee if they want the film promoted across his social media. Kevin leverages his brand and his social media to charge studios an extra $2-5M if they want the film shared across his large 100m+ following.
Kevin Hart began his acting career in 2002, with a role in the American sitcom ‘Undeclared’, created by Judd Apatow. He made his film debut the same year, with a main role in the comedy film ‘Paper Soldiers’.
He next appeared in the 2003 comedy horror film ‘Scary Movie 3’, the third film of the Scary Movie franchise. The film was a huge success commercially, though reviews were below average. The same year, he was seen in the film ‘Death of a Dynasty’.
He then went on to appear in several movies in the following years, with the latest one being ‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’. The film was a huge success commercially, earning nearly $1 billion at the box office. It was met with mostly positive reviews from critics.
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