Will Smith ‘prepares for big movie comeback’ as ‘negative feelings wane’

Will Smith is said to be in line to star in the next edition of I Am Legend as a source says there’s “no indication Will is out of the process.

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Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith pose together at the Oscars

Will Smith is reportedly ready to return to the big screen after ugly scenes at the Oscars where he slapped comedian Chris Rock.

The incident landed him in hot water with the big wigs at the Oscars and now faces a 10-year ban from the awards.

However, while he may not be welcome at this prestigious event, it is believed that he will be welcomed on the big screen and would make his return with I Am Legend 2.

The sequel to Will’s popular first film is set to be produced by Westbrook Studios and will see him reprise his role as scientist Robert Neville as he continues to search for a cure for zombies in the post-apocalyptic world.

According to a source, the script has not yet been signed, but the concept features the character of the Fresh Prince of Bel Air star.

Will Smith found himself in hot water because of his actions

The source told The US Sun: “The script is being written with mention of his character and for now Will remains committed to the project.

“The concept has yet to be approved by Warner Brothers, but there is no indication that Will is out of the project.”

They continued to say that Will’s company is in charge of development as it continues and said: “The reality is that Will will make a comeback at some point and it will just be which studio is at. the one who will try his luck. him.”

The insider added: “”The public’s negative feelings about her career have certainly diminished in recent weeks as the world has moved on thanks to stories like the Johnny Depp trial and Amber Heard. “

They also claimed Will took time away from the spotlight as he sought help from a therapist before saying Hollywood loves comeback stories.

Another of Will’s films, Bad Boys, is set for a new installment with the star not excluded from another appearance.

Will was one of Hollywood’s hottest properties before his explosion.

Sony boss Tom Rothman told Cinemacon: “This movie is in development and still is. There were no brakes to pump because the car wasn’t moving.

Will Smith slapped Chris Rock at the Oscars


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“It’s a very unfortunate thing that happened, and I don’t think it’s really for me to comment, other than to say that I’ve known Will Smith for many years and know he’s a good nobody.

“He was an example of a very good person having a very bad time in front of the world.”

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