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04/19/2012 by OnTheRedCarpet.com Staff

Kevin Hart, one of the stars of the romantic comedy film "Think Like A Man," says most women "think wrong."

The film hits theaters on Friday, April 20 and follows four couples. The women become hooked on TV personality Steve Harvey's 2009 book, "Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man," and try to use his relationship advice on their guys, who in response act to turn the tables on their ladies.

"To think like a man means basically, to think the right way," Hart told OnTheRedCarpet.com host Rachel Smith at the film's Los Angeles premiere. "There's a right way and there's a wrong way of thinking. That's not to say that all women think wrong, but most of you guys do."

"Thinking like a man puts you in a great mental space," he added. "The reason why is because men are great thinkers. To think like us puts you in great company."

The film also stars Gabrielle Union, Taraji P. Henson, Meagan Good, Regina Hall, "Entourage" star Jerry Ferrara, Terrence Jenkins, Michael Ealy, Romany Malco and Chris Brown, who makes a cameo. Hart plays Cedric, a man who is going through a divorce.

The actor and comedian's real-life divorce from his wife Torrei was finalized earlier this month. The two split in 2010 and are parents to daughter Heaven, 6, and son Hendrix, 4.

"Honestly, nine times out of 10, women always come out on top," Hart told OnTheRedCarpet.com. "You have a 1 percent chance of a man actually winning. In this film, we think we found the right way to do things in a way around it, which is playing games, which is normally what men do, and in playing games, sometimes you get caught and the consequences of getting caught are very severe."

Reporting by Rachel Smith, co-host of KABC Television's entertainment show "On The Red Carpet" (check for local TV listings).

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