Will Smith set to make comeback with an enormous sequel following Oscars slap
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Oscar-winning film star Will Smith has been within the news quite a bit the previous couple of months — although none of it has been due to his performing. This might be set to alter, nevertheless, because the actor’s first massive transfer after the notorious slapping incident could have been revealed.
According to a report by the Sun, Smith is at the moment at work on a return that may see him reprise his function as Dr. Robert Neville in a sequel to the 2007 basic I Am Legend.
The report claims that Smith’s firm is at the moment producing the film at Westbrook Studios. Reports point out that Akiva Goldsman can be returning for this venture once more after adapting the Richard Matherson novel for display screen for the primary movie.
A supply stated to the Sun that at the moment no scripts have been signed off on, however the film will characteristic Smith regardless of the Oscars incident that noticed him banned from the occasion for the following decade.
“The script is being written mentioning his character and as of yet, Will remains attached to the project. The concept is still to be signed off by Warner Brothers, but there has been no indication that Will is off the project.
Obviously he is the producer of the film and his production company is in charge while the development continues. The reality is that Will will make a comeback at some point and it will be simply down to which studio will be the one to take a chance on him.”
The supply continued by saying that detrimental reactions in opposition to the actor have tapered down recently because of the public transferring on to different tales such because the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial.
This just isn’t the primary time that news a couple of sequel to I Am Legend has been reported, nevertheless, it’s the first time that Smith’s attachment to the venture has.