Will Smith knows how to treat a crew!
TMZ reports that Will catered a lunch on Tuesday for the cast and crew of Concussion, which is being filmed in Oxnard, California (beautiful, beautiful nowheresville, SoCal). The crew worked hard and was rewarded with a spectacular lunch spread- huge lobster tails, filet mignon, prime rib, chicken, sausage, pastas, and more!
You might think that someone taking a picture of you while you sleep is a bit creepy, but according to Jada Pinkett-Smith, it’s par for the course with her husband Will. In fact, the actor has made it his hobby to snap pictures of his wife while she’s resting. Strange?
She shared the above picture on Facebook with the caption: “”I discovered the sexiest secret the other day. My husband takes pics of me in my sleep. He has a whole stash he revealed to me and I really enjoyed getting a glimpse of myself through his eyes. I had to share one with you guys.”
She added, “Life is art. Life is beauty. J.”
Do you think it’s strange that he has been taking her picture in her sleep? Would you let someone do that to you?
Are you ready for another DC Comics adaptation?
This week Warner Brothers identified Suicide Squad as one of its priority projects set to for release in 2016, and is moving aggressively forward on the film. The project will be directed by David Ayer as his follow to the Brad Pitt-starrer Fury. Will Smith, Tom Hardy and now the Wolf of Wall Street’s Margot Robbie are set to star!
So what, you might ask, is the premise? Well, according to Deadline, it’s about a group of supervillains are brought together to tackle high-risk black ops missions for the government.
So what do you think? Does this casting excite you? I’m curious, for sure!
Jada Pinkett-Smith really stuns in this black Victoria Beckham dress for her interview with Net-a-Porter and in her interview, she discusses that picture of Willow Smith. You know the one where she posed with Moises Arias and caused a huge controversy?
Shaking her head, she said, “Just don’t pollute something that’s not dirty. It’s really tough. I feel like the connection to the value of women on a bigger scale has decreased tremendously. Even though you look and go, ‘Women have so many opportunities,’ it’s like, ‘Yeah, but at what cost?'”
She continued, “Are women valued for being women, or are women valued when they have more masculine qualities? Men and women encompass both female and masculine energies, but it seems like when the feminine is present, it’s not respected.”
She said previously, “I want my kids to be happy and I want them to be themselves. I was saying to a friend the other day, ‘Remember, our kids are not us.’ They’re not. Sometimes we’re trying to fix things that happened to us or projecting [onto them] and that’s a terrible, terrible, trap.”
You can check out the rest of her interview at the source.