On the heels of the surprisingly strong launch for Kevin Hart's "Let Me Explain," CodeBlack Films has acquired U.S. distribution rights to Forest Whitaker's thriller "Repentances" for release by…
Kevin Hart: Laugh at My Pain
An incredibly self-indulgent intro mars this boisterous and unabashedly raunchy concert pic featuring standup comic Kevin Hart.
For Kevin Hart, the self-chastising approach seems to be working. In 2011, the stand-up comedian’s concert docu “Laugh at My Pain,” from Codeblack Entertainment, quietly became a standout box office…
Long known as the bastard offspring of Sundance, the Slamdance Film Festival, now entering its 19th year, has become a full-grown adult, no longer sheltered from the outside world, and increasingly…
Lionsgate will release stand-up comedy movie "Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain" on July 4 via its partnership with Codeblack Films.
Helena Bonham Carter and Kathy Bates will topline Jean-Pierre Jeunet's high-profile 3D project "The Young and Prodigious Spivet," an adaptation of Rief Larsen's novel.
Looking to expand its already strong urban biz, Lionsgate has formed a multi-year partnership with CodeBlack Enterprises founder Jeff Clanagan via a yet-to-be-named company.
With two movies coming out before the end of the month, comedian Kevin Hart is on a roll, and now he's circling Alcon Entertainment's long-gestating "Con Ed," a fish-out-of-water comedy that…
Within the typically anemic format of standup-comedy docs, Kevin Hart's "Laugh at My Pain" was a veritable smash at the B.O. this year, raking in nearly $8 million (more than double Jerry Seinfeld's…
Though Chasen & Co. lost its leader one year ago, the boutique PR firm that came to define music-related awards campaigning has soldiered on, and is now well into its first full season without the…
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