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Marvel fans were thrilled to learn that Disney is pushing for Elizabeth Olsen's wounded performance in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness to earn awards next year.
Apple TV+ released the first trailer for Antoine Fuqua's period drama, which will start streaming on Dec. 9 — almost nine months after Smith shocked the world by slapping Chris Rock onstage at the 94th Academy Awards.
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The comedian told the audience at his London stand-up show that he's not interested in Smith's "hostage video"-style apology.
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The filmmaker was one of the ones rallying around Smith in the wake of the shocking moment. Perry also defended his own actions, saying he wasn't "comforting" Smith but "de-escalating" the situation.
From Will Smith slapping Chris Rock to getting death threats over the Kirsten Dunst seat-filler bit, the comedian candidly answered Howard Stern's many questions on the topic on his SiriusXM radio show Wednesday.
David Oyelowo worries that Will Smith slapping Chris Rock at the Oscars "will have a negative effect on the ongoing push for inclusion" in Hollywood.
The actress, who played Will's younger cousin Ashley Banks, shared her thoughts about his outburst after taking a week to digest the shocking moment. She said what he did was wrong, but she still believes in him.
Amy Schumer calls the slap seen around the world — Will Smith hitting Chris Rock at the Oscars — a "f***ing bummer."
Will Packer said the police were prepared to arrest Smith and that he didn't speak with him at all on the day of the Oscars.
"He is a very even, people person," said Carolyn Smith, 85. "I've never seen him do that."