Kevin Hart's 'Laugh at My Pain' Surpasses $7M at Box Office
Comedian continues to beat odds
Watch out Eddie Murphy! Comedian Kevin Hart continues to wow at the box office with his documentary-like stand-up comedy film "Kevin Hart: Laugh at My Pain."
The film had another stand out weekend at the box office, passing $7 million in revenue since its September 9 release date in less than 300 theaters. Showing in only 188 locations this weekend, "Laugh at My Pain" grossed $276,000, bringing the U.S. total close to $7.4 million.
The film follows Hart on his 90-city nationwide tour as he cracks up audiences. One of the most successful stand-up comedy tours in history, Hart broke comedian Eddy Murphy's record of being the first African American to sell over $1.1 million in ticket sales. Hart earned a whopping $15 million. We even get a glimpse backstage and into Hart's past as he takes cameras with him to revisit his hometown Philadelphia.