Ale got a reaction from VIsqo in ‘Fast & Loose’ - Will Smith To Star In David Leitch’s Upcoming Memory-Loss Thriller
Netflix Backs Away From 'Fast & Loose'
Ale got a reaction from gosia in 'King Richard' - Will Smith as Venus and Serena Williams’ Coach Dad
And the Oscar goes to..
Ale got a reaction from Hero1 in ‘Fast & Loose’ - Will Smith To Star In David Leitch’s Upcoming Memory-Loss Thriller
Netflix Acquires ‘Fast & Loose’
Ale reacted to JumpinJack AJ in 'King Richard' - Will Smith as Venus and Serena Williams’ Coach Dad
The trailer is here!
Ale reacted to JumpinJack AJ in Rest in Peace Biz Markie
As an optimist, I always thought he was going to pull out of his health issues. In recent years, Biz has lived about an hour from me and frequently DJ's at a venue I like, but I never made it out on the nights he was spinning. I'm really regretting that. I did see him spin at the Will Smith & Friends event years ago. I also saw him at the recording for MTV's Back In Black, Men In Black special. The last time I saw him was when I saw TLC in 2015, in which New Kids On The Block brought him out in the middle of their set to perform.
Biz Markie is one of a kind. He is Hip-Hop's class clown. Few emcees are as fun-loving as him. I think because he can be so silly, we don't recognize him for the song writer that he is, the producer he is, and how much music knowledge he has. There have been some great tributes over the last couple days and they shed more light on that side of him. There's a reason he was tight with JJ+FP.
We lost a legend. It's a shame that it took this loss for him to get some light shed on his music, but let's hope it's recognized the way it deserves to be.
Ale reacted to Mr K in 'King Richard' - Will Smith as Venus and Serena Williams’ Coach Dad
It's been slow as heel lately with any new news so maybe this will count for something.
Warner Bros has released a short clip highlighting all of its 2021 premieres ... including King Richard ... so you can see the film's logo and a half-a-second clip of Richard with venus and Serena :)
In the time of nothingness even half-a-second counts as something :)
Ale got a reaction from Big Willie in Thoughts on Fresh Prince of Bel Air Reunion Special
What a wonderful reunion! Touching and emotional, with great behind-the-scenes footage. A fantastic gift for all the fans. It's amazing to see how many people and generations this show has touched. And after all these years, it feels 'The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air' is more popular than ever. So good to see them back together!
The James Avery tribute was perfect. A beautiful moment where words were not necessary to express how they feel about his loss. Very emotional so them all crying
The Janet part was also a big one. I'm glad Will and she could have an honest conversation, and that she could express how she has felt during all this time to his face, the pain she says she's gone through. Hopefully they have a better relationship from now on. And I also loved that she asked to join the rest of the cast too, it was very nice to see them together. But I'm wondering, why wasn't Alfonso there when she entered the set? It was strange that he wasn't with the rest in that moment. Maybe it was because that part was filmed at a different time, who knows. But I'm hoping it's not because he didn't want to see her. Anyway, at the end of the day, it's their business.
I also feel they didn't give enough time to Joseph. It would have been interesting to hear him talk about hot he got the role too, like the others. Or to hear him share some stories from his experience on the show.
I'm definitely watching it again. It brings back so many great memories..
What a legendary show!!
Ale reacted to JumpinJack AJ in HBO Max Preps ‘The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air’ Unscripted Reunion Special
Here it is. A picture of FP, Janet, and Daphne together.
Ale got a reaction from gosia in HBO Max Preps ‘The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air’ Unscripted Reunion Special
Great interview with Jeff!!
Interesting to hear him talk about how he learned about 'FPOBA' and how he got involved in the show.
Ale reacted to MaxFly in Will Smith & Joyner Lucas - Will (Remix)
I've spent an inordinate amount of time watching reaction videos on YouTube.
Always starts off with "Ok Will Smith..."
Quickly followed by "Okay, Will Smith!"
Always ends with "Okaaaaaaay, Will Smith!!!!!! Bars!!! Facts!!! He snapped!!!"
Ale reacted to fan 4ever in A decade of music
Since the decade is almost over I thought it would be a great idea to list all the songs Will did in the last 10 years. Just to get an overview of the of the music he did. I'll try to start this list. Keep in mind we're talking about the music he released from 2010 until 2020. If I missed something you guys can always add more.
Fiesta (Remix) - Bomba Estéreo & Will Smith
Get Lit - Will Smith
Icon(Reggaeton Remix) - Jaden Smith featuring Nicky Jam & Will Smith
Live It Up - Nicky Jam featuring Era Istrefi & Will Smith
Está Rico - Marc Anthony featuring Bad Bunny & Will Smith
Don't Be Afraid to Be Different - Logic featuring Will Smith
Arabian Nights - Will Smith
Friend Like Me - Will Smith
Prince Ali - Will Smith
Friend Like Me (End Title) - Will Smith featuring DJ Khaled
Ale reacted to fan 4ever in The Council - New Netflix movie
Will Smith To Star As Crime Boss Nicky Barnes In Netflix Film ‘The Council’
Will Smith will take on the role of New York City crime boss Nicky Barnes in his next Netflix film The Council. The project will re-team Smith with Concussion helmer Peter Landesman, who wrote the screenplay for the new film and will executive produce. Smith and partner James Lassiter are producing the pic for Westbrook Inc.’s Overbrook Entertainment along with Jackson Pictures’ Matt Jackson and Jason Essex for Anonymous Nobodies.
Landesman’s script tells the never-before-told story of a crime syndicate consisting of seven African-American men who ruled Harlem in the 1970s and early ’80s. No ordinary crime syndicate – the men dreamed of a self-sufficient and self-policing African American city-state, funded by revolutionizing the drug game. The movie centers on the Shakespearean court intrigue between The Council’s king, Nicky Barnes, dubbed “Mr. Untouchable” by the New York Times, and all the different members as one unlikely rising protégé emerges.
Barnes, born Leroy Nicholas Barnes, was active during the 1970s leading an international drug trafficking ring, in partnership with the Italian-American mafia. He was arrested in 1978 and sentenced to life imprisonment, eventually becoming a federal informant, which led to the demise of The Council. Barnes died from cancer in 2012, however, his death was recently made known due to him being under witness protection.
Landesman will serve as an executive producer with Jackson Pictures’ Joanne Lee and David Lee from Anonymous Nobodies.
Smith, most recently seen on the big screen as Genie in Disney’s live-action Aladdin remake, has Fox’s Spies in Disguise animation, the Ang Lee-directed Gemini Man at Paramount, and Sony’s Bad Boys For Life sequel upcoming.
Ryan Goodell of Morris Yorn negotiated on behalf of Essex, while CAA and Andrew Galker from Jackoway Austen negotiated on behalf of Landesman.
Overbrook is repped by CAA and Sloan, Offer. Jackson Pictures is with CAA and Manatt, Phelps & Phillips.