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Will Smith Address The Impacts Oscar Slap Incident On His New Action Thriller Film ‘Emancipation’

Will Smith has addressed the impact of his Oscars slap incident on his new action thriller film “Emancipation”. He will make a big release in 2022 after the slapping incident left some people wondering if it would affect the quality of “Emancipation”. But Will Smith insisted that he still enjoyed making and acting in the film, despite all controversies surrounding him including this one.“I was able to see the movie with fresh eyes and a fresh perspective. I took love out of it, and I just had fun watching it,” Smith said. He added that working on the film was one of the best experiences he had in his acting career. Talking about his new action thriller film ‘Emancipation’ which is slated to release in 2022, Smith revealed that the Oscars incident hasn’t affected any of their plans or intentions as they are currently putting their entire focus and attention into finalizing all aspects of production. The film is set to be released on the 2nd of December.

Who is in the cast:

  • Will Smith as Peter
  • Ben Foster as Fassel
  • Charmaine Bingwa as Dodienne
  • Steven Ogg as Sergeant Howard
  • Mustafa Shakir as Andre Cailloux
  • Timothy Hutton as Senator John Lyons
  • Gilbert Owuor as Gordon
  • Grant Harvey as Leeds
  • Ronnie Gene Blevins as Harrington
  • Jabbar Lewis as Tomas
  • Michael Luwoye as John
  • Aaron Moten as Knowles
  • Imani Pullum as Betsy

Release Date:

The film is scheduled to be released on the 2nd of December 2022.

What is the film about? 

Peter and his family are slaves on a plantation in Louisiana. After Peter is whipped within an inch of his life by the plantation’s overseer, he flees north and finds refuge with activist Reverend Bishop Enoch Blackwell. As the story of Peter’s life unfolds, we see how he goes from being a slave to being a soldier fighting for black freedom. the film will take you on a gripping historical adventure that begins with the end of slavery and ends with the celebration of black history. With the story told through a series of flashbacks and flashforwards, the film is narrated by Will Smith, who plays Peter. Other stars appearing in this film include Ben Foster as Fassel Enoch and Charmaine Bingwa as Dodienne and the film is directed by Antoine Fuqua.

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What makes this film exciting? 

Without any doubt, the casting of Will Smith as the main character is one of the most exciting things about this film. Not many people know that he will be making two movies in 2022. Antoine Fuqua’s direction in this film will also make it so much more exciting. The film explores a story of a slave who escaped from bondage, fought with the army, and defeated the army in war. It’s a story of an African American who fought for freedom and got it. 

Who can watch this film? 

Viewers who have never been to any historic event or historic place for that matter will get a chance to take a tour of history, just by sitting and watching the film. It is bound to excite you from the beginning till the end. Adults and children who are in high school learning about history will find it interesting to watch the film.


Who is the director of the film?

Antoine Fuqua (born December 28, 1969) Directed the film ‘Emancipation’. He is an American film director and producer. He began his career directing music videos and commercials, followed by several low-budget films. Fuqua received recognition for directing the crime thriller Training Day (2001), which starred Denzel Washington. He then directed the post-apocalyptic Western film The Replacement Killers (1998).

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