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In his new film, The reverse, Kevin hart plays an ex-convict named Dell, who is desperately trying to get his life in order. With little money and even less time with his son, Dell must find work or get into trouble with his parole officer. When he replies to an ad for a nurse’s aide he doesn’t intend to apply, he just wants a signature indicating he made the attempt. However, wealthy wheelchair businessman Phillip, played by Bryan cranston, sees something in Dell that he likes and tries his luck. The strange couple then embark on a literal and figurative adventure that will change their lives both.

The reverse is a remake of a French film named The Untouchables and is led by Neil burger (Without limits, The Illusionist, Divergent) and finds Kevin taking on one of the most serious roles of his recent career. Phil is a wealthy but unhappy quadriplegic who struggles to bond emotionally, but he bonds with Dell over pleasurable things like music and fast cars. In an interview with, Kevin and Bryan talk about the importance of the late Queen of Soul Aretha franklin to tell that story and what cars got them through tough times.

BET: Aretha Franklin’s music was such a big part of the movie, what song would you sing during the karaoke?

KH: I would go with “Respect”. RESP-E-CT. There was a great part of my life where I spelled “Respect” RESPCT because of the song. I didn’t hear the ‘E’. [I’d sing] because it’s something that I work hard to get.

BEFORE CHRIST: [Sings “Nessun Dorma”]

KH: Is that what you would choose? We’ve heard that a lot …

BC: My God, she sings “Nessun Dorma” just like… it’s amazing. It’s part of the movie.

KH: I have been educated in this since the film. I didn’t know until …

BET: Just like me. There is a great scene in the garage with the cars. Kevin, I read that your brother gave you your first car. Do you remember the first cars you bought with your own money?

KH: The first car I bought, my credit rating was so bad. I’m in Los Angeles, I need a car, I just made some money. Of course, I want a nice car, but because of my credit, that’s not going to happen. I have a Ford Explorer Sport. The two doors. I was paying $ 1,200 a month for a Ford Explorer Sport. This is how bad my credit was.

BC: You didn’t have a car in Philadelphia?

KH: Yeah, I couldn’t take that [to L.A.].

BC: This is the one I want to know.

KH: It was a Pontiac Trans Am. It was one of the ones they had just left on the street that my brother found and gave me. One of the headlights was working, the other was not. It only started on the days when I wanted to.

BC: I know the feeling. [My first car] was a Pontiac Delta ’88. A ’67. You started it and it was [makes rumbling noise]. It got a glorious six miles per gallon and there was an oil leak all the time.

KH: After the Ford Explorer Sport, I said that when I finally have real money, I will have fun. And the first car I bought myself was an SLS with Gulf Wings. And this car, which is right in my garage. It’s a car with a memory attached to it.

BD: Do you drive it at all?

KH: Very rarely. Sometimes. I have cars with memorabilia attached.

BC: How many cars do you have?

KH: We don’t need to discuss it. We don’t need to discuss it. It’s just stupid, and I’m not even going to put it there.

AD: 17?

KH: I’m not even going to put it there. People will take me for a fool. I am up there. I have a good number of cars. In other words, if I bring another car home, my wife is going to kick me out of the house. She’s not at all happy with the garage in the driveway. “Look at that shit! “

The reverse is in theaters Friday, January 11.


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