A videograb of Kevin Hart revealing his plans to head off to Abu Dhabi.
Gulf Today Report
Globally acclaimed comedian and actor, Kevin Hart, took to Instagram to surprise his fans last night, as the internationally renowned superstar plans to head off to Yas Island Abu Dhabi, one of the world’s leading leisure and entertainment hubs.
In the clip, published on the actor’s Instagram account, Kevin shares that he can’t wait to experience all of the incredible range of activities that Yas Island Abu Dhabi has to offer.
The actor enthuses about how he is thrilled get to visit the destination - whether that is zooming around Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, the award-winning theme park, meeting Batman at Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi, or taking some well-deserved rest time at Yas Island’s superlative leisure attractions.
The stand-up comedian has been making people laugh all these years but his talent doesn't end there, he is a gifted actor too.
The 42-year-old actor is known for belting out blockbuster movies such as, 'Scary Movie 3
', 'Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle', 'About Last Night', and much more.
As another successful year comes to a close, Yas Island Abu Dhabi, one of the world’s leading leisure and entertainment destinations, rounds off its action-packed 2022 with over 80 awards and accolades. The destination and its plethora of world-class theme parks, luxury hotels, innovative experiences, resorts and acclaimed eateries, alongside
Hollywood star Tom Cruise was spotted at the Louvre Abu Dhabi earlier this week, and a lucky fan Hamad Al-Hosani who is an Emirati footballer posted a picture posing with him on his social media.
The classic Central Perk centrepiece on which ‘Friends’ shared laughs has made an appearance at Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi.
“Dune’ tells the story of Paul Atreides, a brilliant and gifted young man born into a great destiny beyond his understanding, must travel to Arrakis — the most dangerous planet in the universe to ensure the future of his family and his people.
Hamilton revolves around the life of Alexander Hamilton, the first Treasury Secretary of the United States, who rose from humble origins to become one of America’s founding fathers and George Washington’s right-hand man during the Revolutionary War for American Independence.
The show is an artistic exploration of the impermanent yet resilient aspects of the Emirati environment and those who share it.
Flags representing attendees from Argentina, Puerto Rico, Guatemala, Colombia, Venezuela, South Korea and Brazil were raised; children and the elderly sang along to familiar radio hits. Live music isn't church, but for two hours on Sunday night, the group got close.