Kevin Hart Schools a Racist, Convicted Will Ferrell in the 'Get Hard' Trailer
Hart's "prison readiness program" includes lessons on "mad dog" faces, courtyard protocol, riot survival strategies and gang names
Will Ferrell is pretty reliant on racial stereotypes in the trailer for Get Hard.
The R-rated comedy casts Ferrell as a bank manager who is wrongfully convicted of a white-collar crime. To prepare to survive his impending prison sentence, he consults a car-washing Kevin Hart, whom he immediately assumes has spent time behind bars because of his "low income status" or, as Hart puts it, "I was being black."
The trailer previews Hart's "prison readiness program" which includes lessons on "mad dog" faces, courtyard protocol, riot survival strategies and gang names.
The Etan Cohen film also features Alison Brie, Edwina Findley and Craig T. Nelson.
Get Hard hits theaters on March 27. Watch the trailer above.