After several box office duds, Will Smith is looking to go back to his roots. TV Line is reporting that in the next few weeks, his production company will be pitching a reboot of Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. Details are still sketchy because it is in the early stages.
Even though they don’t say it, I am sure Will Smith’s youngest children Jaden and Willow will have roles on the show, since what else are they doing. I mean, it isn’t like their dad hasn’t bought remakes for them before.
Will Smith knows how to make an entrance and yesterday he got The Late Show crowd going when he walked out. Before he even sat down, he grabbed the mic and sang his hit Gettin’ Jiggy Wit It. The audience did their best to jam along with him, but they were way too white. Either way, it got them clapping.
When he finally sat down, he told the CBS late night host that rap was for him. To which Letterman told him that he can’t do that. Smith responded by telling him, “No, no, you can…You can, Dave. It’s in you. There’s a Negro inside of you. Dave.” As soon as Letterman heard that, he had this big a$$ smile on his face and said, “Wow! Wow! That’s the best news I have had in years. I gotta run home and surprise the wife!” After that, Smith completely lost it like I’ve never seen him lose it.
When it comes to the white audience, maybe they can use the app that Jimmy Kimmel and Anthony Anderson introduced on Jimmy Kimmel Live yesterday called brothr.
Will Smith was on The Tonight Show yesterday and Jimmy Fallon and him, with the help of an iPad app, rocked out to It Takes Two by Rob Base & DJ EZ Rock.
Proving that the rap anthem can be belted out whenever by whoever wherever they want and it will make people happy. That’s because we all know every word and can’t wait to shout out with everyone that is around us.
Granted I grew up in The Bronx and I always thought this was our song and I am representing home when I sing it. So sing along with them and know I am singing along with you because I can’t get the tune out of my head.
The second trailer is out for the Will Smith remake of the beautiful classic Annie and if I could punch it I would. I hate remakes. I hate remakes for my favorite movies when I was kid. I hate remakes that have nothing to do with the original and are done by Will Smith so that his kids can get some work. I hate Will Smith.
So Will Smith, once upon a time I would run out to see your movies. Now I run away from them. That’s because the last dozen or so films you have had your name attached to suck. And you are ruining my childhood. So I am done with you and your little mini-mes.
Seriously, I hate Will Smith more for screwing with my classics than I do Michael Bays for messing and failing with Friday the 13th and Nightmare on Elm Street. At least those remakes were closer to the original movie than The Karate Kid that was about Kung Fu.
I feel better now! Namaste.
Dear Will Smith,
Stop remaking movies for your kids to star in, and then changing them so that they barely have anything to do with the original. Your version of The Karate Kid sucked and it looks like your version of Annie will too.
I also wanted to let you know that I will not be fully dressed for a while. That’s cause after watching that trailer, I lost my ability to smile. Bet your bottom dollar that song isn’t even in your film.
So please, accept your well deserved Razzies and just star in other peoples movies instead of your own. Us movie fans would appreciate it.Thanks!
Tonight on NBC, it was the premiere episode of The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon, and Will Smith was his first guest. Together the two men demonstrated the Evolution of Hip-Hop Dancing and what a way to launch his show because that was brilliant.
In case you were wondering, yes they do The Carlton. I am just not going to tell you when because you have to watch the whole thing through to find it. I promise it is worth the watch!
I have been so against the Annie remake, that in my opinion Will Smith initially bought for his daughter, Willow, who thankfully dropped out. Well, after seeing this picture that Cameron Diaz Tweeted of herself as Miss Hannigan, it makes me think the sun won’t come out tomorrow or day after and so on. So please don’t bet your bottom dollar on this movie, so that Will Smith will stop destroying our classics for his kids. Remember The Karate Kid that was nothing like the ’80s teenage drama. Or even though it was not a remake, who wants another After Earth? So letâ€™s stop the madness now before we get After After Earth
And it came from the Smiths themselves, when the offspring said in the Screen Junkies Honest Trailer, “That sucked.” To which Will Smith responded by saying, “That is correct.”
Just when I thought After Earth couldn’t be any worse than I assumed it to be, this review makes Battlefield Earth look like masterpiece. Seriously we all knew the movie was awful and now we see that it is even worse than we imagined.
Hopefully this film will end Will Smith’s run of creating jobs for his kids. Something has to stop him before he destroys again.
We are still two years away from the sequel for Independence Day, and this weekend we got some news about the upcoming blockbuster. Director Roland Emmerich told The NY Daily News that Will Smith will NOT be in it. He said, “Will Smith can not come back because he’s too expensive, but he’d also be too much of a marquee name.” Then he added, “We have like maybe half of the people that you know would know from the first film (in the script) and the other half people who are new.” So who is guaranteed to come back? Here’s who he said would be returning, “I think some aliens will be back.”
Now back to Smith, when he did the first movie he was an eager actor who was on the rise. But then after a few huge movies, his ego took over and his movies went to sh!t. So when I read that he would not be in this sequel, I was excited because the movie that launched his film career has a good chance of doing as well as the original if not better. Well that is if it has a good script behind it. I mean a movie that is almost 2 decades in the making, has to be has good as the original just like the sequels to Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps and Indiana Jones 4. Right?