Kevin Hart Joins David Beckham For H&M Commercial

Funny man Kevin Hart has made an unlikely pairing once more, but this time swapping Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson for Manchester United, Real Madrid and LA Galaxy soccer great David Beckham. NME reports that the two came together for a 5-minute advert for H&M. Going on an adventure together where all chaos ensues, thanks in no small part to the comedian.

On this particular Road Trip, Hart takes Beckham on a tour bus labeled "Beckham: The Musical" to Las Vegas. A place where Hart's image is front and center. Packed with more suspicious merchandise and experiencing multiple breakdowns along the journey, the star of Central Intelligence pushes the friendship to the limits.

Hart and Beckham Have H&M History Together

Kevin Hart and David Beckham in Advert

Back in 2015 both men joined forces for an H&M commercial where Hart followed Beckham's every move. All in an attempt to play the footballer in a biopic. Modern Essentials maximized their likability and popularity. And the short videos offered a lighter side to the usually straight-faced ex-professional.

Hart's Jumanji The Next Item On The Agenda

While Dwayne Johnson leaked out some images on social media for the upcoming Jumanji reboot, anticipation builds for the recreation of the 1990s cult classic adventure film. Especially with the addition of Kevin Hart, who will play a prominent character. Playing Moose Finbar, few other details have emerged outside of the casting alongside Johnson, Jack Black and Karen Gillan.

In an interview with the press, Hart's Central Intelligence co-star did intimate that the new version will have a lighter take on the original subject matter. This however was all ll before using his Instagram account to head off sexism criticism given the nature of Gillan's attire in the production.

Jumanji with Karen Gillan

Coming Soon reports that the four-piece will be joined by Nick Jonas, Ser’Darius Blain, Madison Iseman, Alex Wolff and Morgan Turner as the pieces of the Jumanji puzzle begin to take shape. The 24-year old recording artist has not been officially announced. Or given a character's name. In short, barely anything is known about the story. But rumors claim that the main four are avatars of children playing the game.

This will only be Jonas' third motion picture. At least in regards to portraying someone other than himself. His other credits include the 2016 movie Goat and the small budget erotic thriller Careful What You Wish For.