Will Smith followers are ready longer and longer to see the actor’s return to films.
Apple and Smith’s manufacturing firm, Westbrook Studios, are pushing again the discharge of his action-drama “Emancipation” to 2023, Variety reported.
A supply near the scenario advised the publication “it’s the unspoken truth” that the movie is not going to hit the streaming platform this yr. It was initially slated to pop up on the movie competition circuit this fall.
There’s already buzz round Smith’s efficiency within the unreleased flick, with an nameless filmmaker who noticed earlier footage telling Variety that “Will’s going to win back-to-back [Oscars].”
“Emancipation” would have been Smith’s first film launch since he slapped Chris Rock on the 2022 Oscars in March. He gained his first-ever Academy Award that night time for portraying Venus and Serena Williams’ father in “King Richard.”
The Post has reached out to Apple and Westbrook Inc. representatives for remark.
Quite a few Smith’s tasks have seemingly been affected by the Oscars incident. Netflix has allegedly canceled a sequel to the 53-year-old’s 2017 motion flick “Bright,” in response to a Bloomberg supply. A separate Netflix movie and a film for Sony have additionally been placed on maintain.
However, Smith will seem on Season 4 of David Letterman’s Netflix speak present “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction.” The collection drops on May 20, although Smith’s episode was filmed earlier than the Oscars.