Fox Orders Kevin Hart Animated Series “Lil Kev”
He wasn’t able to get on stage with his beloved Eagles after their Super Bowl win, but now Kevin Hart has been allowed to get on the small screen by Fox in an animated series called, “Lil Kev.”
The animated series will be based on Hart’s childhood, and will feature the voices of Wanda Sykes, Keith Robertson, Gerald Johnson, Deon Cole, and Kevin Hart. The show will also include appearances from his, “quick tempered mother, drug addicted father, pessimistic older brother, ex-con uncle, and wise talking dog.”
Lil Kev is coming to Fox as part of an initiative to add new animated programming to their lineup of already successful shows the network has on now.
If a new animated show isn’t enough for the Philly comic, it’s also just been announced that Hart will be returning for the sequel of the hit movie “Jumanji”.
How do you feel about Hart having an animated series?
2. Eminem Has Highest Charting Album In The U.S.
Eminem continues to add to his history making career by having the highest charting album in the U.S. by a veteran artist for now an unprecedented seven weeks in a row. His album “Revival” now sits at number 16 on the charts.
The album has only been out for two months and it’s staying power is contributed to Em’s fan base, even though he cut the base in half with his views on Donald Trump, it’s quite an accomplishment.
Other artists that have made the list of artists still on the chart of veteran artists this week are The Grateful Dead, Jay Z, Tupac, Michael Jackson, and more.
Do you prefer the music from the older artists or the new artists?
3. New Deadpool 2 trailer is here
The clip opens with Josh Brolin’s character Cable giving a evil villain monologue. Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool interrupts the video complaining about bad graphics.
Deadpool takes matters into his own hands by simulating action sequences with dolls.
The next edition of Deadpool is scheduled for release on May 18th.
Check out the NSFW trailer. It’s pretty fun.