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Craig T.Nelson to Coach Will Ferrell how to Get Hard

Craig T.Nelson to Coach Will Ferrell how to Get Hard

Craig T.Nelson, busy with TV these days (he’s a regular on “Parenthood”), has joined the cast of Will Ferrell-Kevin Hart comedy “Get Hard”.

Nelson, known for his many film roles in the likes of “Poltergeist”, “Action Jackson” and “Blades of Glory”, will play a boss role in the Etan Cohen-directed movie

Says The Hollywood Reporter, “[The movie] follows an innocent man who is convicted of a crime and prepares for prison with help from the man who washes his car. Nelson will play Martin Barrow, the founder of Barrow Funds. He’s Ferrell’s character’s boss and also the father of Ferrell’s fiancee.”

Ferrell and Adam McKay produce.

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