Spreading Smiles and Love: Kevin Hart’s Heartfelt Family Lunch and Thankful Message to Fans Who Supported The Upside

It appears that Kevin Hart has successfully moved on from the controversy surrounding his past tweets, as he seems to be thriving in both his personal and professional life. Despite stepping down as host of the Oscars, the comedian has secured roles in two new films and is enjoying the success of his latest movie, The Upside, alongside Bryan Cranston. Seen smiling after a family lunch in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, it’s clear that the 39-year-old is in good spirits.

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 

In a sunny moment, Kevin Hart wore a grin and flashed a peace sign while enjoying a meal with his family in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles on a Sunday afternoon. The actor appeared cheerful and relaxed as he posed for a picture with his loved ones. Dressed in matching dark grey sweatpants and a long-sleeve shirt, paired with vibrant orange and grey sneakers, Hart sported a full beard to complete his look. His wife, Eniko Parrish, was seen attending to their children as he goofed around in front of the camera. The couple showcased their laid-back style, with Eniko rocking black and grey camouflage leggings, a grey hoodie, a denim jacket, and black sneakers. Kevin also lent a hand to help his wife with their kids, displaying his hands-on and caring approach to parenting.

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

Love Story: The Harts have been joyfully wed for around two and a half years. As they all got comfortable and buckled up securely, the star of Ride Along cheekily showed a peace sign at the camera. They share a one-year-old son named Kenzo. Besides Kenzo, the comedian is also a father to a 13-year-old daughter named Heaven and an 11-year-old son named Hendrix from his previous marriage to Torrei Hart, which was legally ended in November 2011 after more than seven years of being together.

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

Appreciative: Hart took to social media to express his gratitude to fans for their overwhelming support of his latest film, The Upside. The movie has been a huge success at the box office since its release, exceeding all expectations in just the first two weeks.

Prospering: In addition to his current role in The Upside alongside Bryan Cranston, Hart has secured roles in the upcoming drama Fatherhood and a film based on the popular Monopoly board game. In Fatherhood, Hart will portray a widower raising his daughter alone after his wife tragically passes away during childbirth. Deadline reports that he will also be producing and starring in the Monopoly adaptation, although specific details are still under wraps. With The Upside grossing an impressive $44 million in its first two weeks, Hart is truly grateful for the support of his fans and took the time to show his appreciation on Instagram.

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

I want to extend my heartfelt thanks to everyone who has supported my latest film. A huge shoutout to all my amazing fans out there! Make sure to catch The Upside soon – it’s a movie you definitely don’t want to miss! Recently, there was a lot of buzz when the actor was announced as the host for the 91st Oscars. However, he made the decision to step down shortly after when he refused to apologize for some controversial tweets from many years ago. As of now, there is still no official host for the Oscars airing on February 24. Reports suggest that the Academy is considering going without a host for the first time in almost three decades.

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

Embracing personal growth and evolution: At 39 years old, the individual chose to part ways with hosting the 91st Oscars when offensive tweets from a decade ago resurfaced, opting to move forward in a different direction.

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