A new poster for next year's science fiction epic 'After Earth' has emerged and our first thought is that it looks a heckuva lot like the poster for 'Oblivion,' another sci-fi epic hitting theaters next year. The similarities don't end there -- both films are headlined by major movie stars, both are helmed by directors who really need a hit and both take place on desolated future versions of Earth. But enough of that! Check out the poster below!
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Will Smith is back starring with his son, Jaden Smith, in 'After Earth' an upcoming sci-fi adventure film from director M. Night Shyamalan. We've seen Big Willie get jiggy with it in space plenty of times before but can Jaden follow in his Dad's footsteps and be a sci-fi superstar? Let's watch the 'After Earth' trailer and find out.
Here's the key to selling a movie pitch: take something everyone is familiar with, but add vampires. At least that's what it feels like these days. Anyway, it sure worked for 'The Redemption of Cain,' Will Smith's upcoming biblical/vampire epic, which has been given the official go-ahead from Sony.
It's been a while since M. Night Shyamalan stunk up the big screen with one of his disaster grenades. Lucky for us, he's getting ready to roll out another movie, and a brand new viral video, with tons of neat-o Facebook Timeline graphs, is now online to promote it.
Biblical stories seem to be the it thing right now. With Darren Aronofsky working on 'Noah' and Paul Verhoeven gearing up for 'Jesus of Nazareth,' the Bible is certainly being tapped for its wealth of stories. The latest? Will Smith is eyeing the story of Cain and Abel for his first directing gig.
"Why hasn't Independence Day gotten a sequel?" This question has been asked for years by fans of the 1996 science fiction action-fest that put Will Smith on the blockbuster summer movie map. Has this question finally been answered by producer Dean Devlin?
We haven't heard all that much about 'After Earth,' except that it stars Will Smith, his son Jaden, and is being directed by M. Night Shyamalan. But now an official synopsis of the plot has surfaced and has confirmed a lot of vague earlier rumors.
Back when Quentin Tarantino was sprinting through the casting process on his upcoming ‘Django Unchained,’ an unconventional name was attached to the lead role of a vengeful slave seeking to free his wife from a vicious plantation owner. That name was Will Smith, Mr. “Getting Jiggy With It,” who was rumored to be willing to tarnish his clean-cut image to get down and dirty with Tarantino for the benefit of a potentially controversial project. Smith eventually passed, though, and the part went to Jamie Foxx.
Today, Smith explains why.
Today, Smith explains why.
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Just this past weekend audiences saw Will Smith fight aliens in 3D and they won't have to wait long to see it again. Fox is converting the 1994 blockbuster 'Independence Day' to 3D and will be re-releasing the film in theaters. As Will Smith might say, "Aw, hell naw!"