Kevin Hart plays Gary Coleman’s character in ‘Different Strokes’ remake special

Kevin Hart plays Gary Coleman’s character in ‘Different Strokes’ remake special

Kevin Hart will be filled Gary Colemanshoes of the upcoming different blows especially!

Next month, ABC will broadcast 90 minutes different blows special title remake Directly in front of Studio Audience. The beloved sitcom originally aired from 1978 to 1986, and one of the show’s most memorable components was Gary ColemanCharacter catchphrase: “Whatchu talkin’ bout, Willis?”

While on topic Gary Coleman‘NS different blows character (Arnold Jackson), it should be noted that Kevin Hart will play an iconic role in the special edition remake! The news was announced yesterday (Thursday, November 18), and the reveal has reportedly been met with mixed reactions.


Kevin Hart

Besides, Damon Wayans will also participate different blows especially. He will play Willis Jackson (originally played by Todd Bridge)-Meaning Damon Wayans and Kevin Hart will star as the brothers on screen!


Damon Wayans Sr.


Todd Bridge

More, John Lithgow and Ann Dowd will take on the roles of Mr Drummond and Mrs Garrett respectively in the TV special, which will air on December 7.

Kevin Hart was not publicly mentioned as being turned into Gary Coleman‘NS different blows personality.

In addition to this upcoming role, Kevin Hart also preparing for True story to premiere on Netflix. Kevin Hart stars in upcoming miniseries, and he is also an executive producer. True story will be released on November 24th.

What do you think about Kevin Hart being cast as Gary Coleman Is there a difference? Strokes personality? Comment down below to let us know!

[VIA] Kevin Hart plays Gary Coleman’s character in ‘Different Strokes’ remake special


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