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Kevin Hart Names ‘Worst’ Dwayne Johnson Movie

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Kevin Hart left no stone unturned when asked to describe what he thought was Dwayne Johnson’s worst movie ever, and Andy Cohen was impressed with the quick response.

during Thursday watch live what happenscomedian and DC League of Super-Pets The star played “Plaid the Fifth” in one of Cohen’s popular segments. The gist is, Cohen asks the guest three questions and the guest can only request one of the fifth questions.

Cohen’s first question was, “What is The Rock’s worst movie ever?”

,the tooth fairyHart responded in a nanosecond, prompting Cohen to say, “Wow, he was quick on that!”

Hart did not disclose Why? It was Johnson’s worst film, but it sticks like a sore throat when compared to his other action thrillers, including Jumanji, fast and furious, walking Tall And San Andreas,

In the 2010 comedy directed by Michael Lembeck, Johnson stars as a minor league hockey player who is known for knocking out his opponents’ teeth. He later transforms into the Tooth Fairy after stealing a dollar from under a young girl’s pillow, who is shocked by Johnson’s character to learn that the Tooth Fairy does not exist.

in an interview with the parade Back in 2010, Johnson told the outlet that he “absolutely” grew up believing in the Tooth Fairy. Talking about wearing a pink tutu for the film, Johnson also explained why he decided to play the role.

“The day I wore it, there were an extra 500 on set,” he explained to the outlet. “It was the first day of filming and I was coming to Fairyland. So, I was in my pink tutu and size 14 ballet slippers. It wasn’t so bad until I realized I was my first time with my cum -Star Julie Andrews, whom I was meeting for the first time. But, she was very kind. I think she must have complimented me on how fit my tutu is.”

“My philosophy is, it’s always very rewarding when you can make the audience laugh,” he continued. “I don’t mind making fun of myself. I love self-deprecating comedy. But, I’d like you to laugh with me sometimes.”

By the way, the other two questions in “Plaid the Fifth” revolved around innocent cancellation culture victims and Hart’s masculinity, which, for obvious reasons, prompted him to solicit the fifth.

During this, DC League of Super-Pets Now playing in cinemas.

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