Will Smith could win an Oscar (again!) For his upcoming movie, EmancipationAccording to early reviews, he is. One problem is that he can’t attend this year’s Awards Show because he walked on the stage last year. slapped comedian Chris RockJada Pinkett-Smith was made fun of by the actor for making a joke about her wife. The actor’s new film will be released in theaters on December 2., It’s time to begin the official apology tour. (Again.) After all, Will SmithYou can still nominate and even winIf Academy audiences are open to forgiveness and willing to move on,
Appearing on The Daily Show Will Smith gave his first late-night television interview since the incident in which he explained the “many nuances, complexities” that led to his decision. Smith said, “At the conclusion of the day I just, it was lost, you know.” The Daily Show host Trevor Noah. “I guess what I would say, you just never know what somebody’s going through.”
“You’re asking, what did I learn? And it’s that we just got to be nice to each other man,” the Emancipation starHe was tearing up. “You know, it’s like, it’s hard. The worst thing about it was that I made it difficult for others. You know, it’s like, I understood the idea when they say hurt people hurt people.” The Daily Show The host said that he believed that the person who struck Chris Rock on Dolby Theatre’s stage that night wasn’t representative of the actor many have come to admire over the years. This prompted cheers from the studio audience.
Smith said, “I had to forgive my self for being human.” “Trust me, there’s nobody that hates the fact that I’m human more than me. Just finding the space within me to be human is all that’s required. It’s like, I want, I’ve always wanted to be Superman. I’ve always wanted to swoop in and save the damsel in distress, you know. And I had to humble down, you know, and realize that I’m a flawed human, and I still have an opportunity to go out in the world and contribute in a way that fills my heart, and hopefully helps other people.”
Interview with Fox 5Smith admitted that not everyone is ready to see him on screen again soon, but he hoped that the people who made it possible would be able to. Emancipation He would not be penalized for his actions during the nomination process.I fully understand that someone may not be ready. I would absolutely respect that and allow them their space,” he said, adding, “The people on this team have done some of the best work of their entire careers, and my deepest hope is that my actions don’t penalize my team.”
Josh Rosenberg is an entertainment writer who lives in Brooklyn. He watches one movie per day and keeps a steady diet. His work can be found on Spin, Insider, Vibe and his personal blog at Roseandblog.com.
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