Misidentity is no laughing matter; unless this scenario is expressly presented as such. The upcoming movie from Netflix and Sony The man from Toronto does just that by embarking on a scenario where troubled Kevin Hart has somehow been mistaken for badass Woody Harrelson. While trying to stay alive as a team, Hart and Harrelson get into some scuffles, with the former even having a case of nervous farting.
The fun begins when a mix-up with a rental property labels mill businessman Teddy (Kevin Hart)’s run as a professional hit man. As if that wasn’t bad enough, an oddly-timed FBI raid eventually forces Hart’s character to uphold his charade in the name of law and order. Of course, when the real man codenamed “Toronto” (Woody Harrelson) shows up, our protagonist is put under even more pressure to be the hardened killer he obviously isn’t.
The man from Toronto (opens in new tab) seems to have a manic comedic energy that is very familiar. This assertion is corroborated by the fact that The Hitman’s bodyguard Director Patrick Hughes is the brains behind the film, which was recently acquired by Netflix for streaming as part of the studio’s ongoing relationship with Sony. Suddenly the bickering and the bullets make a lot more sense.
The chemistry between Kevin Hart and Woody Harrelson feels even more beneficial when you consider how The man from Toronto originally cast Jason Statham than his more serious leadership. Fast thinking seems to be a forte for this project, which is also evident in the fast-paced banter and action seen in this new trailer.
While some might still be depressed not to see Statham with his team again Hobbs and Shaw Co-star Hart, there’s no denying that Woody feels right at home in the role. However there is a mini-reunion that should cause some excitement as Kevin Hart and his co-star look out That wedding bell Kaley Cuoco are both available The man from Toronto.
Although this character is as much a mystery as whether or not The flight attendant Season 3 will get, Cuoco can be seen in a still The man from Toronto that shows her character Maggie. As part of the recent press blitz for next month’s big debut, you can catch Kaley Cuoco pictured with co-star Jasmine Mathews below:
Underscored by a few moments of intimidated flatulence and some accidental ass shots in what looks like a big action set piece, The man from Toronto will definitely be a ride. Get ready for Kevin Hart and Woody Harrelson, who will soon be launching a shop on your streaming device of choice, as the film premieres June 24 on Netflix. While you wait, don’t forget to check out the full list of Netflix movie premieres of 2022 so you can keep your box office hit list in order.