Kevin Hart Heads For Night School

Kevin Hart

by James White |
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If his appearance in the Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle trailers today were not enough Kevin Hart for you, there's word that he's signed on for a new comedy called Night School.

The Best Man Holiday director Malcolm D. Lee is on board to make the film from a story by Hart which has been through the script wringer of Harry Ratchford, Joey Wells Matt Kellard and Nick Stoller on its path to getting approval from Universal.

Night School's concept is a basic one, as it follows a group of misfits who are all looking to get their GED (the General Educational Development for non-Americans or those who hate acronyms). High school drop-outs the lot of them, they're forced to attend adult classes in a last ditch attempt to nab the certificate.

This one comes from prolific producer Will Packer, who has worked with Lee several times, including on the upcoming Girls Trip, headed to UK cinemas on 26 July. As for Hart, he'll be heard in Captain Underpants (due 24 July), with the new Jumanji out on 26 December.

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