Kevin Hart’s ‘Let Me Explain’ Makes History With The Biggest Comedy Concert Film Debut Of All Time

July 8, 2013  |  

It was just Friday when we reported that Kevin Hart’s latest stand-up flick, Let Me Explain, was doing alarmingly well at the box office. Garnering a whopping $7.4 million in ticket sales, box office watchers predicted that things could only get better from there. And boy, have they. The 33-year-old Philadelphia native’s fourth film release made history, scoring the biggest comedy concert box office debut of all time. This of course is huge news, especially considering that he released the film on July 4th, which is generally not a day for blockbusters at the box office. The jokester took to his Twitter page earlier today to share the good news and thank fans for their support.


The success of Hart’s film is also extremely impressive, considering that it was only released to 867 screens across the nation! According to Box Office Mojo, to date the film has earned $17,460,000.

Congrats, Kev!

Did you check out Let Me Explain over the weekend? What did you think of it?

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