The co-stars were made to imitate each other as they ran through the questions. Johnson gave a spot on impression of the fast-talking comedian, while Hart posed as the ex-professional wrestler.
Johnson had everyone, including Hart, in stitches from the beginning.
Hart nailed Johnson’s mannerisms, using his facial expressions and little quirks. The soon-to-be married 36-year-old was the first to stop his impersonation because he was overwhelmed from laughing at Johnson.
“S—t is too funny man. We can’t do it anymore. We can’t do it anymore,” he said between giggles.
He immediately got back into it as they powered through the final minute of the interview. Hart, out of breath by the end, said, “that’s got to be it Dwayne” as they wrapped it up.
Central Intelligence is in Australian cinemas now.