How Will Smith Is Planning Comeback After Oscars Slap


It has been a few months since Will Smith slapped Chris Rock at the Oscars, but the fallout from the incident is still being seen.

In the moments after the slap, Will became an instant viral meme, but within days he had been ousted from the Academy and became the center of a global conversation.

Since then, Smith's future within the acting world has been up for question, and he recently revealed he had a vision that his career would be "destroyed."

However, now, it seems his vision may not have been correct, as sources have revealed he is planning to star in a sequel to one of his most iconic movies: I Am Legend.

Speaking to the media, an industry insider revealed that Smith has been in talks to reprise his role as scientist Robert Neville – whom he starred in the 2007 original film.

Which was a box office hit, making around $585,410,052 (£480,788,143.31).

"The script is being written mentioning his character, and as of yet, Will remains attached to the project," the source said.

"The concept is still to be signed off by Warner Brothers, but there has been no indication that Will is off the project,"

The insider added that Smith would have a part in the movie, even if this is simply behind-the-scenes:

"He is the film producer, 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."

Although the script for the film has not officially been signed off yet, the source hinted that Warner Brothers Studios have not ruled out Smith returning to the movie franchise.

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