Kevin Hart’s new Netflix film, Fatherhood, is predicated on the true story of a father navigating parenthood after the sudden lack of his spouse
Kevin Hart films don’t usually trigger us to achieve for a field of tissues as a result of we’ve been crying so laborious we will’t see, however after watching the trailer for his newest film, we’re going to maintain our Kleenex shut by. Netflix simply dropped the trailer for Fatherhood forward of its worldwide launch on the streaming service on June 18 (simply in time for Father’s Day weekend, in fact), and belief us: you’re going to silently weep at your desk or wherever you might be while you watch it. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
The movie is impressed by writer Matthew Logelin’s 2011 memoir Two Kisses for Maddy: A Memoir of Loss & Love, telling the true story of a single dad navigating parenthood on his personal after his spouse unexpectedly died from a pulmonary embolism simply at some point after giving beginning to their daughter, Maddy, performed by younger actress Melody Hurd within the movie adaptation.
Of course, it’s a Kevin Hart film, so there are positively lighthearted moments and laughter aplenty within the trailer (like when his character makes an attempt to type his daughter’s hair and it appears downright bonkers, however he insists that “it’s a new look that could catch on, if given the chance”), but it surely’s positive to encourage waterworks, like when he offers his daughter two kisses, one “from mommy” and one from him.
Don’t fear: we’re not judging you when you’re weeping at your desk proper now.
Deadline studies that Fatherhood is offered by former president and First Lady Barack and Michelle Obama’s Higher Ground Productions, with Hart serving as one of many producers of the movie and Channing Tatum serving as one of many government producers, so there’s loads of star energy to behold right here. The movie additionally stars Alfre Woodard, Lil Rel Howery, DeWanda Wise, Anthony Carrigan, and Paul Reiser.
Fittingly, It’ll hit Netflix simply in time for Father’s Day weekend, so that you’ve received time to refill in your go-to consolation film snacks and a few tissues, together with the chance to learn the memoir that impressed the flick.