Comedian and The Wedding Ringer star Kevin Hart was hit hard by the Sony hacking scandal when an email was leaked showing a senior film exec degrading him for asking to be paid more. He talked on camera about the incident for the first time in a sit-down with ET's Kevin Frazier.
"I don't think about it, man," Hart told Frazier. "I don't get into all that stuff. I am a comedian. I get paid to make people laugh. Know how many serious moments there are in my life right now? None, because I'm happy. I avoid all that stuff man."
Hart seems to have moved past the note from Screen Gems president Clint Culpepper, saying, "I'm not saying he's a whore, but he's a whore."
Hart had a succinct message for North Korea following the hack.
"I don't want no problems," he said with a laugh. "Peace! That's it. I don't want nobody digging up stuff on me."
In The Wedding Ringer, out Jan. 16, Hart takes the word "bromance" to the next level, starring as a for-hire best man who will stand in at weddings for those grooms who can't find a buddy to be in their marriage ceremony.
The comedy also stars Josh Gad as the groom and The Big Bang Theory's Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting as the bride.
Last month, Gad and Hart crashed a real-life wedding in West Hollywood. The co-stars were already fitted in tuxedos for a photo shoot they were doing when they noticed there was a wedding going on next door. Fortunately for the funnymen, the couple getting married were honored by the drop-in.
"They reacted in a way that we didn't think they would," Hart said. "We were nervous."
"Half of them were a little confused," Gad admitted.
Hart has a wedding of his own coming up, as he's engaged to girlfriend Eniko Parrish. Watch the video to find out if Gad will get an invite to the upcoming nuptials.