The Man from Toronto: release date, cast and everything we know about the Kevin Hart movie

Kevin Hart and Woody Harrelson star in The Man from Toronto
Kevin Hart and Woody Harrelson star in The Man from Toronto (Image credit: Netflix)

What’s a summer without a comedic action duo taking to the screen? The Man from Toronto, starring Kevin Hart and Woody Harrelson is just that.

While Hart is obviously known for his comedic chops, having toured in sold-out arenas, it may surprise some that Harrelson also has roots doing stand-up comedy. Additionally, for those not as familiar with Harrelson’s Cheers days, he actually won an Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series in 1989. So it stands to reason that this new movie has a good chance of making viewers laugh when it’s released. 

Here’s everything we know about The Man from Toronto.  

The Man from Toronto release date 

The Man from Toronto premiered on Netflix on Friday, June 24. 

The Man from Toronto runtime

The Man from Toronto has a runtime of one hour and 50 minutes.  

The Man from Toronto rating

The Man from Toronto has a rating in the US of PG-13 and in the UK a rating of 12.  

The Man from Toronto reviews

The Man from Toronto so far hasn’t received the best of ratings. As of June 24, it has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 25% and Metacritc rating of 26.  

The Man from Toronto plot

The Man from Toronto follows longtime screw-up Terry (Kevin Hart) as his identity is mistakenly confused with that of a deadly assassin (Woody Harrelson) at an Airbnb. As the two attempt to clear up the mishap, they’ll try not to drive each other nuts. Terry in particular will also try not to get murdered in the process.

It sure sounds like the kind of action-comedy that has qualified as a summer blockbuster in the past (even if it's streaming).

The Man from Toronto cast 

Kevin Hart and Woody Harrelson in The Man from Toronto

Woody Harrelson and Kevin Hart in The Man from Toronto (Image credit: Netflix)

Leading the cast for The Man from Toronto is comedian Kevin Hart. This isn’t Hart’s first venture into the world of action-comedy, having previously been in Ride Along, Central Intelligence and the Jumanji films. 

Starring opposite Hart as the dangerous assassin is Woody Harrelson. Harrelson’s career has spanned over 40 years. From his early days on Cheers, to his Oscar-nominated role in The People vs Larry Flynt to his portrayal of Haymitch Abernathy in the wildly popular Hunger Games franchise, Harrelson has managed to be a part of some of the most memorable projects in Hollywood. 

Other notable names of the cast include Kaley Cuoco (The Flight Attendant), Jasmine Mathews (The Tomorrow War), Ellen Barkin (Animal Kingdom), Lela Loren (Power), Pierson Fode (The Bold and the Beautiful), Tomohisa Yamashita (Tokyo Vice), Alejandro De Hoyos (The Contractor) and Jencarlos Canela (Grand Hotel).  

The Man from Toronto trailer 

Judging by the trailer for The Man from Toronto, Hart and Harrelson must have had fun filming this movie. We'll admit it, we laughed a bit while watching the clip. 

The Man from Toronto director

Steering The Man from Toronto ship is Patrick Hughes. Hughes does have some experience directing action-comedy duos. His previous works include The Hitman's Bodyguard and Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard, which both star Samuel L. Jackson and Ryan Reynolds. He also directed the third installment of The Expendables.  

How to watch The Man from Toronto 

The Man from Toronto is a film that will stream exclusively on Netflix starting June 24. Don’t have a Netflix subscription? No problem. You can easily obtain one with just a few clicks.  

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