Kevin Hart Names Dwayne Johnson’s ‘Worst’ Movie


By Miguel A. Melendez‍,

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Kevin Hart didn’t jump for a moment when asked to reveal what he thought was Dwayne Johnson’s worst movie, and Andy Cohen was impressed with the speed of the response.

During a Thursday appearance on « Watch What Happens Live, » the comedian and « DC League of Super-Pets » star performed « Plead the Fifth, » one of Cohen’s popular segments. The bottom line is that Cohen asks the guest three questions, and the guest can only plead the fifth to one of the questions.

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Cohen’s first question right off the bat was, « What’s the worst movie The Rock has starred in? »

« ‘The Tooth Fairy,' » Hart replied in a nanosecond, prompting Cohen to say, « Wow, he was quick on that one! »

Hart did not disclose Why it was Johnson’s worst film, but it sticks out like a sore thumb compared to his other action thrillers, which include « Jumanji, » « Fast & Furious, » « Walking Tall, » and « San Andreas. »

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

In an interview with Parade in 2010, Johnson told the outlet that he « absolutely » grew up believing in the tooth fairy. While talking about wearing a pink tutu for the film, Johnson also opened up about why he decided to take on the role.

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« There were about 500 extras on set the day I wore it, » he told the outlet. « It was the very first day of filming and I was arriving in fairyland. So there I was in my pink tutu and size 14 ballet shoes. It wasn’t that bad until I realized I was doing my first scene with my co-star Julie Andrews, who I was meeting for the first time. But, she was very personable. I think she may have even complimented me on the fit of my tutu.

« My philosophy is that it’s always very rewarding to make an audience laugh, » he continued. « I don’t mind making fun of myself. I like self-deprecating comedy. But I would also like you to laugh with me once in a while.

Incidentally, the other two questions in « Plead the Fifth » revolved around innocent victims of cancel culture and Hart’s manhood, which, for obvious reasons, prompted him to plead the fifth .

Meanwhile, « DC League of Super-Pets » is now playing in theaters.

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