Kevin Hart Takes Over Parts of Kensington for ‘Untouchables’ Movie Shoot

Comedic star Kevin Hart hit the streets of Kensington Friday morning to shoot his upcoming comedy-drama film "The Untouchables," starring the Philly native, Bryan Cranston and Nicole Kidman. An NBC10 viewer caught a few glimpses of Hart on the set.

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Kevin Hart stands on Kensington Avenue in Philadelphia between shooting scenes for his new movie "Untouchables."
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"The Untouchables" film crew closed Kensington Avenue from Clearfield Street to Allegheny Avenue to shoot scenes on Friday.
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Comedian Kevin Hart arrived on set around 9 a.m. Friday, according to spectator Kenneth Ayala.
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The dramedy film will be a remake of the critically-aclaimed French film, "The Intouchables."
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Film crew members huddle their equipment under a tent at Kensington and Allegheny Avenues.
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The film is set in New York City which is why you can see the Empire State license plate that blue car (middle).
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Italian-manufactured car Alfa Romeo Giulia serves as prop for this particular scene the film crew is shooting.
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Kevin Hart throws a peace sign at fans as he departs. Shooting wrapped up around 3 p.m.
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