The movie that takes a little hart and a big Johnson has made more than a buzz across the nation as hundreds of fans came out to support Kevin Hart and Dwayne Johnson at the world premiere of “Central Intelligence,” held at the Regency Bruin Theater in Westwood Village.
The two who are always in competition, arrived to the black carpet in style. Hart arrived first with him “team Hart” fans in a party bus while Johnson arrived a few minutes later in a double decker Starline tour bus with the “team Johnson” fans. Hart explained to us that him and Johnson didn’t communicate their arrivals and admittedly told the us that Johnson out did him.
“He may have a bigger bus but that doesn’t mean he has a bigger Johnson,” he laughed.
Other stars that hit the carpet were Danielle Nicolet, Chicago P.D’s Laroyce Hawkins, Tia Mowry and her husband Cory Hardwick along with the movie director Rawson Marshall Thurber.
The movie starts off in high school with Dwayne’s character “Bob” singing in the shower and EURweb Associate Kiki Ayers hit the premiere to ask stars if they sing in the shower and what they like to sing.
Mowry jokingly told us her husband is always singing and rapping in the shower and that he’s terrible. He agreed saying he does “everything in the shower but shower.” Nicolet admitted she sings in the shower as well and most EnVogue “Never Gonna Get It.”
Thurber who directed the movie also spoke on the anit-bullying message in the film. “The message is really important to me, Kevin and Dwayne. I’ve never been bullied but I know it’s really tuff.”
Johnson who was bullied a lot in junior high school told us that he has been bullied and from his personal experience he says the best thing to do is talk about how you feel.
“I was bullied back in junior high and the one thing we’ve been preaching to kids is the power of communicating. It’s something I didn’t do and I wish I did do,” he said. “Talk to your teachers, parents, your counselors or whoever it is because ultimately you just want action to be taken.
Mowry explained to us that as a women in entertainment she’s bullied everyday and body shamed especially on social media. She said people tell her to brush it off but we’re all human and words do hurt.
“Words do hurt,” she said “We are all children of God and we are all made beautifully. Life and being her is a gift in itself and to bash somebody for what they look like is pure ignorance to me.”
“Central Intelligence,” hits theaters everywhere June 17th. For more information on the movie and the official trailer, click here.