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Apple Movie Starring Will Smith Delayed After Oscar Slap


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Starring Will Smith, "Emancipation" had its premiere delayed by Apple. The film, expected for the second half of 2022, should only come out in 2023. There is still no set date for the release.

The information is from Variety. Apple's decision came a month after the actor was suspended for 10 years from the Oscars ceremony. This year, Will slapped Chris Rock after hearing a joke about his wife Jada Pinkett's appearance at the awards.

Initially, "Emancipation" was seen as Apple's big bet for the 2023 Oscars. This year, the company won its first statuette for Best Picture with "Coda - In the Rhythm of the Heart".

The feature is directed by Antoine Fuqua, responsible for "A Day in Training" (2001), starring Denzil Washington. According to Variety, a director who saw clips of the film said, before the Oscar fight, that "Will will win from head to toe" in awards season with his performance.

So far, Apple has not commented on the matter. Despite the confusion at the Oscars, Will Smith won the statuette for Best Actor for his performance in "King Richard: Raising Champions" (2021). In a statement, the star said, crying: "at your highest moment, be careful: that's when the devil comes to call you".

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Another Will Smith movie is scrapped

Netflix is ​​quietly stopping its plans for a sequel to "Bright". However, it does not seem to be due to the Oscars scandal.


In recent weeks, Will Smith has seen several of his film projects paused or canceled, due to the slap in the face he handed out at the Oscars. And here comes another setback for the actor: the planned "Bright 2" will not happen.
 
David Ayers' "Bright" was the Netflix movie from 2017 that mixed cop action with a fantasy world inhabited by orcs. The streaming service announced its plans for a continuation already four years ago. Two years ago, they gave the directing job to Louis Leterrier.
 
Now, however, they have come up with other ideas. Bloomberg journalist Lucas Shaw wrote on Twitter that "Netflix has abandoned its plans for a sequel" but also adds that "it is unrelated to the event".
 
In other words, Netflix may have quietly scrapped "Bright 2" even before the Oscars, as far as we know. No major loss for Netflix viewers, I'm sure.
 
For Smith, on the other hand, it is another job less. In recent weeks, both "Bad Boys 4" and the Netflix thriller "Fast and Loose" have ended up in the firing line. Whether the actor's career after The Slap can recover remains to be seen.

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Will Smith banned from the Oscars until 2032

The new Oscar winner will stay at home in the future.
The board of the Oscars Academy has gathered during the day to figure out an appropriate punishment for Will Smith. The actor's small aggression attack during the gala broadcast at the end of March has had him ported from upcoming Oscars for the next ten years.

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"The 94th Oscars were meant to pay tribute to the individuals in our industry who have done an incredible job over the past year; however, these moments were overshadowed by the unacceptable and harmful behavior we saw Mr. Smith display on stage," the Academy wrote in a statement.
 
"During our broadcast, we did not address the situation sufficiently. We regret this. (...) The Board has decided that, for a period of 10 years from April 8, 2022, Mr. Smith will not be allowed to participate in any Oscars events. or programs, in person or virtually. "
 
Variety also writes that the Academy thanks Chris Rock who "managed to keep his composure under extraordinary circumstances". We also take the opportunity to thank all the hosts, nominees and winners who participated during the gala.
 
- I accept and respect the Academy's decision, Will Smith comments according to Deadline.
 
In the days after the Oscars scandal, Will Smith chose to voluntarily leave his membership in the Oscars Academy and can therefore no longer vote at future galas. However, nothing stops him from still being nominated and winning Oscars.

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Will Smith apologizes to Chris Rock after the Oscars

The 2022 Oscars came and went, and what we will remember best was probably Will Smith's smock. The outraged movie star went on stage and dreamed of comedian Chris Rock after an inappropriate joke about Will's wife Jada Pinkett Smith. Will continued to shout swear words at the stage - and an hour later he received the Oscar for Best Male Lead.
 
Will's actions have been widely discussed in the media and among film lovers on Monday. Was Rock's joke too gross? Should Smith have been sent home without an Oscar?

While the Academy is launching an investigation into what happened, Will Smith has taken to Instagram with a public apology to Chris Rock. Here he writes that he went too far and is ashamed of his actions:
 
"Violence in all its forms is toxic and destructive. My behavior at yesterday's Oscars was unacceptable and unforgivable. Jokes at my expense are part of the job, but a joke about Jada's medical condition became too much for me and I reacted emotionally."
 
"I would like to apologize to you publicly, Chris. I went too far and it was wrong of me. I am ashamed and my actions were not signs of the man I want to be. There is no place for violence in a world of love and friendliness."
 
"I would also like to apologize to the academy, the producers behind the program, all the participants and everyone watching around the world. I would like to apologize to the Williams family and my 'King Richard' family. I deeply regret that my behavior has colored what has otherwise been a wonderful journey for all of us. "

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