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Kevin Hart and The Rock hit it off on the set of Central Intelligence

28 January 2016, 10:04

Los Angeles - Kevin Hart says he and Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson have "great chemistry" in their movie Central Intelligence.

The two actors star in the upcoming comedy action film which sees Johnson play a CIA agent returning home for his high school reunion and Hart as an accountant who gets caught up in his secret mission.
Hart admits shooting the movie was a blast because he and the part-time WWE Superstar got on so well on set.

Speaking about Central Intelligence, the 36-year-old comic star - who can currently be seen in Ride Along 2 with Ice Cube - said: "What's so amazing is mine and DJ's chemistry - it's a pairing that makes sense once you see it. I'm lucky, I keep getting great, great co-stars that only elevate projects. Me and Cube have done special things; me and DJ will do special things."

Although Hart is carving out a reputation for himself as the go-to guy for action comedies, he is currently making his first animated movie.

The Hollywood funnyman voices the character of Snowball in The Secret Life of Pets and he can't wait for it to come out so his kids, Heaven and Hendrix, can see it.

Hart - who had his children with ex-wife Torrei Hart and is currently engaged to model Eniko Parrish - told the Metro newspaper: "I'm doing The Secret Life of Pets next. That's my first animated movie - I play an angry bunny."

Central Intelligence is due to hit cinemas in June.

Watch the trailer here:

- BangShowBiz


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