Kevin Hart Spreads Joy and Love at Family Lunch While Expressing Gratitude for Fan Support of The Upside

Having seemingly put the past behind him, Kevin Hart seems to have bounced back both personally and professionally following the public backlash over his past homophobic tweets that resulted in him stepping down as the host of the upcoming Oscars. In a positive turn of events, the comedian has recently landed roles in two new movies and continues to revel in the success of his latest film, The Upside, where he shares the screen with Bryan Cranston. Unsurprisingly, the 39-year-old was in good spirits as he was spotted smiling after a nice family lunch in the Woodland Hills area of Los Angeles last Sunday.

Rosy outlook: Kevin Hart flashed a smile and a peace sign after a family lunch in the Woodland Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles on Sunday 

Positive Appearance: Actor Kevin Hart looked happy and content as he posed for a photo with his family during a lunch outing in Los Angeles on Sunday. Wearing a coordinated outfit of dark grey sweatpants and a matching long-sleeve shirt, he completed his look with orange and grey sneakers and a full beard. Hart’s wife, Eniko Parrish, was busy tending to their children as he playfully flashed a smile and peace sign at the camera. The couple showed off their casual style with Eniko sporting black and grey camouflage leggings, a grey hoodie, a denim jacket, and black sneakers. Kevin also pitched in to help his wife secure the children in their SUV, showing his hands-on approach to parenting.

Daddy duties: Hart and his wife Eniko Parrish worked together to get the children in their SUV

Dad tasks: Hart and his spouse Eniko Parrish teamed up to load the kids into their SUV.

Love life: The Harts have been married for about two-and-a-half years 

Romantic Relationship: The Harts have been happily married for approximately two and a half years. When everyone was settled in and securely strapped in, the Ride Along actor looked at the camera and playfully flashed a peace sign. They have a one-year-old son named Kenzo together. In addition to Kenzo, the comedian also has a daughter named Heaven, who is 13 years old, and a son named Hendrix, who is 11 years old, from his previous marriage to Torrei Hart. Their divorce was officially finalized in November 2011, following over seven years of marriage.

Grateful: Hart took to Instagram to thanks fans for supporting his latest film The Upside, which has become a hit at the box office in the first two weeks of release

Thankful: Hart expressed his gratitude on Instagram for the amazing support shown by fans towards his latest film, The Upside. The movie has exceeded expectations at the box office in its first two weeks of release.

Booming: The actor signed on to star in the upcoming drama Fatherhood and the adaption of the Monopoly board game; he is pictured in The Upside with Bryan Cranston

Thriving: The actor has landed roles in the upcoming drama Fatherhood and a film adaptation of the classic Monopoly board game. Currently seen in The Upside alongside Bryan Cranston, Hart is set to showcase his dramatic skills in Fatherhood, where he plays a widower raising his daughter after his wife’s tragic passing during childbirth. According to Deadline, he has also signed on to produce and star in the Monopoly adaptation, though details about the storyline, writer, and production schedule are yet to be revealed. The success of The Upside at the box office, grossing nearly $44 million in its first two weeks, has Hart expressing gratitude to his fans for their support on Instagram.

I want to express my gratitude to everyone who has shown support for my latest movie. Big shoutout to all my fans out there!!! Be sure to catch The Upside soon, it’s definitely a must-see!!! The actor recently made headlines when he was announced as the host for the 91st Oscars. However, he decided to step down shortly after when he refused to apologize for some controversial tweets from over a decade ago. As of now, there is still no official host for the Oscars airing on February 24. According to reports, the Academy is planning to go hostless for the first time in almost thirty years.

Learning and moving on: The 39-year old stepped down as host of the 91st Oscars after homophobic tweets from a decade ago surfaced

Embracing growth and change: The 39-year-old decided to step away from hosting the 91st Oscars when old tweets with homophobic content from ten years ago resurfaced.

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