Will Smith: Now it’s too late for tears… – After the slap at the Oscars, he fears for his new film


After the incident, although he won the Oscar for Best Actor for King Richard, the actor resigned from the Academy

Will Smith fears that the slap he gave at last year’s Oscars to his colleague and host of the award ceremony Chris Rock will affect the success of his new film “Emancipation” and the team behind it will be wronged.

After the incident, although he won the Best Actor Oscar for “King Richard,” the actor resigned from the Academy, posted a lengthy apology on social media, and was banned from the Oscars for 10 years for “unacceptable and harmful behavior ».

Speaking to EW, participating in a discussion with Ben Foster and Charmaine Bingwa about the film “Emancipation,” Smith acknowledges that the prolonged focus on his actions last March has changed the way some may view the upcoming drama of Apple TV+.

“The only discomfort in my heart is that so many people have done spectacular work on this film,” he said. “I hope my team will not be punished for my actions. I think that [ο σκηνοθέτης Αντουάν Φουκουά] and [κινηματογραφιστής Ρόμπερτ Ρίτσαρντσον] and Ben and Charmaine, everyone has done such a spectacular job. I’m definitely losing sleep. Every night I think I might have penalized my team, but I’ll do everything I can to make sure everyone gets the publicity they deserve.”

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