Netflix has cancelled the sequel to Will Smith’s 2017 action film, Bright after he slapped Chris Rock at the Oscars. The actor’s 2017 sci-fi action thriller ‘Bright’ directed by David Ayer has been cancelled by the streaming giant, according to a Bloomberg source, and the world has been reacting.
According to the news outlet, Will Smith’s National Geographic nature series, ‘Pole to Pole’ which follows the 53-year-old star to the North and South Poles, and was set to begin filming in three weeks, has been paused until fall 2022.
More projects Smith had lined up have been getting smacked down, including a movie for Sony that has been delayed and another Netflix project, ‘Fast and Loose’
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