At the point when Will Smith hopped online to react to fan remarks, he nominated 1999’s Wild West as his least favorite movie of his career. First coming to broad public acknowledgment in quite a while ‘sitcom, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Smith has since gone on to rack up a great screen continue and has been nominated twice for an Academy Award for Best Actor. After his first on-screen collaboration with director Barry Sonnenfeld on 1997’s Men in Black, Smith joined to star as Captain James “Jim” T. West in a film adaptation of the 1960s television series, The Wild West.
Most as of late, apparently even the film’s star is not excessively attached to reflecting back on his work on the film by the same token. At the point when Smith participated in GQ’s series of recordings which has stars go covert online and react to fan remarks, the Men in Black star was faced with answering what his best and worst films were. While Smith was torn between The Pursuit of Happyness, which earned him an Oscar nomination, and the primary Men in Black for the favorite films of his career, he was fast to name Wild West as his least favorite. Look at his full remarks underneath:
For whatever might be most ideal, I think it is a tie between the principal Men in Black and The Pursuit of Happyness. For various reasons, those are the two almost amazing movies.
Worst? I don’t have a clue, Wild West is only a persistent issue for me. To see myself with chaps…I don’t care for it.
With more than 30 film credits to his name, spanning three decades, it is probably inevitable that any working actor with that degree of involvement will have a couple of films they don’t think back too kindly upon. Regardless of Wild West’s disappointing film industry performance and poor critical reaction, it doesn’t appear to have dampened Smith’s star force or audience appeal. With his next film, King Richard, seeing him portray Richard Williams, the father of tennis legends Serena and Venus Williams, already garnering positive surveys ahead of its release in theaters and on HBO Max in November, apparently the previous Wild West star actually has a lot to offer.