No one can bring laughter into action films better than Kevin Hart, remembering his previous comedy successes, including Ride Along (2014) and its 2016 sequel and Central Intelligence (2016).
Now, Hart is back again, starring alongside Woody Harrelson in Netflix's soon-to-be-released The Man from Toronto.
Fresh from the oven is the film's official trailer that Netflix dropped on Wednesday, June 1, introducing us to more casts comprising Kaley Cuoco, Ellen Barkin, Jasmine Matthews, Jencarlos Canela, Pierson Fodé and Lela Loren.
The streaming platform also made a Twitter announcement tagged to the trailer that reads,'He's been mistaken for the world's deadliest assassin- and that's far from the worst part of his day. Kevin Hart and Woody Harrelson star in The Man from Toronto, premiering June 24.'
Innocent, Teddy (Hart) is mistaken for the world's deadliest assassin, who goes by the name 'The Man from Toronto' played by Harrelson at an Airbnb rental. You'll have to wait till Friday, June 24, to see what inferno will unfold.
Other seemingly assassin characters are portrayed by Fodé as 'The Man from Miami' and Tomohisa Yamashita as 'The Man from Tokyo'.
The film was initially scheduled to be released theatrically by Sony Pictures Releasing, which sold the distribution rights to Netflix.
The Man from Toronto is directed by Patrick Hughes and the story crafted by Jason Blumenthal. The screenplay writers are Chris Bremner and Robbie Fox.