Regina Hall is joining Kevin Hart and Mark Wahlberg in the Netflix comedy Me Time.
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Hart’s Night School writer John Hamburg will write and direct the pic that follows a stay-at-home dad (Hart). He finds himself with some “me time” for the first time in years while his wife and kids are away. In taking advantage of said time, he reconnects with his former best friend (Whalberg) for a wild weekend that nearly upends his life.
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Hamburg will also produce through his Particular Pictures along with Hart and Bryan Smiley for HartBeat Productions. Lauren Hennessey will exec produce along with Mark Moran and Patricia Braga of HartBeat. Joe Gatta will also exec produce.
“Me Time” is part of Hart’s first-look film deal with Netflix, which he signed earlier this year, in which he will produce and star in four separate films for the streaming giant.
The film deal for Hart is akin to the partnership Adam Sandler has with Netflix, and under the multiyear agreement, Hart will also have a first-look film deal for other films under the HartBeat Productions banner.
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You can currently see Hall in Hulu’s Nine Perfect Strangers and Showtime’s Black Monday. Up next she is starring in and executive producing the comedy Honk For Jesus, Save Your Soul opposite Sterling K. Brown.