Can Kevin Hart go through the Oscars' minefield? - The guard

Can Kevin Hart go through the Oscars' minefield? - The guard

SThe weirdly spiced goblet goes to filling, movie-starring, controversial comedians Kevin Hart, the star of Jumanji, and many other films and specials that have confirmed he will host the 2019 Oscar ceremony. In a way, it's a surprise that he has not made this gig yet. Hart's is one of the dizzy climbs in the history of modern show business. So spectacular that the comedian Dave Chappelle has a pretty little bit of how he feels about this breathtaking promotion career. Hart has claimed on his Instagram feed that this job has been "a target on my list for a long time," and of course it's a sign that you've arrived.

Seth MacFarlane hosting in 2013



Toe Curling … Seth MacFarlane Hosting 2013. Photo: Kevin Winter / Getty Images

However, Hart has to be aware that Oscar presenters almost by definition are non-Oscar winners, and that the host is dangerously exposed over a long evening like never before and faces a program of declining ratings and disrespectful social media. Reporting is seen. A slip-up, a fuzz, a misjudged gag, a snippet that frowns on the audience, is transformed into a GIF. Chances are that he did the job badly, unmoved or offensively. The horror tester is Seth MacFarlane in 2013 with his We Saw Your Boobs number, whose ironic context was not considered sufficient to declare a disgusting routine on tiptoe.

It's about the status of Hart as a comedian and African American. As a black man, of course, his presence is part of the Academy's ongoing effort to solve the problem of racial diversity. However, there are recent problems with sexual politics, the Weinstein scandal and #MeToo. Hart, with his perceived homophobia, even gets into hot, hot water. In a 2011 stand-up sketch, he says, "One of my biggest fears is that my son is growing up and gay. That's a fear. Remember, I'm not homophobic […] Be happy. Do what you want to do. "

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