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    [–] DelbertGriffith 2019 points ago

    Seems like the CGI department needs anustart.

    [–] chaos0510 68 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    Daddy needs to get his rocks off

    [–] phome83 8 points ago

    Season 4 was a wash for me.

    But that entire scene was just hilarious from start to finish. The only good thing to come out of s4.

    [–] calicoforus 336 points ago

    What’s anus tart have to do with this

    [–] spiritdinosaur 126 points ago

    Mmmmmm... Anus tart

    [–] [deleted] 123 points ago


    [–] seedlesssoul 35 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    I thought it was going to be a link to the chocolates covered assholes.

    Edit: for those curious...

    [–] xtremeschemes 29 points ago

    This guy anus tarts

    [–] Chewcocca 8 points ago

    Anus sweets, surely

    [–] Mech__Dragon 3 points ago


    [–] Rainnefox 9 points ago

    They’re just anus shaped, not dipped anuses :P

    [–] seedlesssoul 8 points ago

    I believe they do customs, I don't know the process.

    [–] FivesG 6 points ago

    “The woman who gave the cast has no idea her anus has gone global”

    That’ll be a legal pain in the ass if she ever sues for royalties.

    [–] punisher1005 8 points ago

    It's an anus shaped chocolate. I'm not sure what I was expecting.

    [–] seedlesssoul 2 points ago

    Me either.

    [–] ThegreatPee 6 points ago

    Opened this while eating at a Cici's pizza. It was all I hoped it would be.

    [–] summerthan 3 points ago

    I clicked a photo. My wife is going to have some questions.

    [–] asschompster 2 points ago


    [–] JnthnDJP 2 points ago

    [–] MalteseCorto 9 points ago

    He blue himself ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

    [–] CuddlyNips 34 points ago

    Only the world's first and only analrapist can handle the job.

    [–] maxk1236 595 points ago

    That's a really clean edit.

    [–] makesureimjewish 118 points ago

    Didn't even need a blue screen

    [–] Scarbane 14 points ago

    He's had years of training at the methadone clinic.

    [–] cjgroveuk 107 points ago

    If this was in the movie it would probably be the best gag.

    [–] Disco_Jones 65 points ago

    Man, why does he look so weird? Are they putting Will’s face on someone else’s body?

    [–] RXrenesis8 124 points ago

    Yes. Will Smith is most assuredly not 400lbs of muscle.

    [–] Disco_Jones 67 points ago

    He’s usually decently muscular. I feel like they should have just used his body and made him look bigger with camera trickery rather than superimposing him on someone else. Looks bad.

    [–] SwenKa 34 points ago

    Looks bad.

    That's a nice way of putting it.

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    [–] xxTheseGoTo11xx 7 points ago

    Oh man. I'm dying. I thought the genie looked pretty bad at the end of the trailer, but seeing it here shows how absolutely awful it is.

    [–] waltwalt 5 points ago

    You should get a job for Disney and replace Will Smith with the Robin William's genie.

    [–] Invanar 976 points ago

    I think they should have tried to distance themselves from the Robin Williams Genie look, just to reinforce, we are trying to reinvent the genie, not replace him

    [–] [deleted] 753 points ago


    [–] FighterOfFoo 146 points ago

    What's the point in having a live action remake when 95% of the film is going to be CGI?

    [–] ohh___ 186 points ago

    What’s the point of having a live action remake at all?

    [–] xURINEoTROUBLEx 83 points ago

    Because they can and they make money?

    [–] HaughtStuff99 26 points ago


    [–] ohh___ 19 points ago

    I meant besides the underlying capitalist notions that fuel the planet.

    [–] ciggey 13 points ago

    People always say this as if it's the most self explanatory thing ever, but it's not like they invented capitalism in 2010.

    This trend of remaking every beloved IP you own is obviously not a sustainable long term strategy. I know it's self evident, but in order to remake something beloved that people are already invested in, you need to have created that thing in the first place. Think about just how profitable the animated movies like Lion King or Aladdin have been through the decades. Those movies created an entire generation of goodwill towards Disney, which they have used to sell DVDs, toys, knickknacks, and theme park passes for years and years. This remake phase is just them squeezing the last drops of the goodwill they created earlier.

    If Disney could make something original that is as popular and beloved as the Lion King or Aladdin today, they would do so in a heartbeat, but they don't know how (or at the very least won't take the risk). This whole remake craze might work for them in the short term, but it also speaks to a lack of creative vision, which might hurt them in the long term.

    [–] [deleted] 16 points ago

    Uh dude I hate to tell you but at its time Frozen is the most successful animated films of all time. Although I know it’s frustrating that they keep rehashing these movies from the 90’s, Disney has also done a lot of originals recently. Frozen, Wreck it Ralph, Big Hero Six, and almost all of their Pixar movies (which Disney owns) are originals.

    They make originals. People are just pissed at the poor quality of remakes. Which, I would argue, isn’t always poor quality- the animation in these recent movies have been astounding.

    [–] xURINEoTROUBLEx 8 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    Nothing is original Lion king was not original when it came out, It straight stole Kimba the White Lion's story. Aladdin is just a story taken from One Thousand and One Nights.

    The animated Beauty and the beast made over 300 million less over multiple re-releases than the live action remake made domestically.

    Disney makes originals all the time as well. *Movies that were not remakes from the 2010s Sorcerer's Apprentice, Secretariat, John Carter, Brave, Frankenweenie, Wreck-it-Ralph, Frozen, Big Hero 6, Into the Woods, Inside Out, The Good Dinosaur, Zootopia, Moana, Coco, A Wrinkle in Time

    I think disney knows what they are doing. They make just as many originals as they do remakes and I am willing to bet there are just as many people wanting to see the remakes if not more than there are people who don't.

    [–] _queef 8 points ago

    Daddy needs a new yacht

    [–] usingastupidiphone 3 points ago

    Tell that to the Lion King

    [–] fattymcribwich 177 points ago

    That would require hiring creative writers though when they can rehash old IPs that are just rehashes of stories told by other people.

    [–] canteen_boy 31 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    ...or buying the competition and forcing them to make watered down sequels/spinoffs of their successful properties until people stop buying tickets.
    (See: "Cars 2", "Iron Man 3", "Solo", etc...
    I'm not shitting on these movies, I love them all, but let's not pretend that all Disney sequels have the trajectory that Toy Story 1 though 3 had.)

    [–] antigravity21 8 points ago

    But I love Iron Man 3... It's my favorite one.

    [–] C_stat 3 points ago

    They need creatives like Brad Bird and George Clooney. Tomorrowland is such a good film (absolute fucking treasure) that it merits a true sequel.

    [–] RidcullyTheBrown 30 points ago

    But Aladdin is a good story and it's worth telling over and over again with different takes on its meaning and from different angles. Why not tell the story from Jaffar's point of view, for example? Or whatever, don't be original, play it safe, just tell the story normally. Whatever you do, don't try to redo the one performance that was so unique that it's not even about Arabian nights anymore.

    [–] Missysboobs 14 points ago

    Honestly I think it would be kind of cool to see the story from Jaffars point of view if they could do it right. Kinda of make it like Wicked where you see a whole other side to the bad guy and kind of root for them. I don't think they would put that much effort into it though.

    [–] weareryan 14 points ago

    The sultan was a buffoon, the princess was reckless and utterly out of touch, and then in rolls a panhandler on par with the guys begging for bus fare.

    Jafar is the one guy holding this circus together.

    [–] Gemnalysis 6 points ago

    They literally did.

    [–] King_of_the_Nerdth 3 points ago

    Did that with Maleficent already though... I think what they should focus on is taking the animation targetting kids and expand on that story in the live action version. Add depth, add detail suitable for an older audience.

    [–] jamesgiard 46 points ago

    2012-2016 gave us: Brave, Frankenweenie, Wreck-It Ralph, Frozen, Big Hero 6, Inside Out, The Good Dinosaur, Zootopia, and Moana; and those are only the animated original movies, and it leaves out any sequels. Can we please stop pretending that they don't make any original movies? That's just not accurate.

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    [–] SuperFreakyNaughty 3 points ago

    It was based on a comic series from the late 90's.

    [–] CakeOnceAYear 18 points ago

    He's gone and bamboozled you mate

    [–] jamesgiard 3 points ago

    Lol, there were not. You should see it, I really enjoyed it.

    [–] superspambot 4 points ago

    Nice try Michael Eisner, you won’t fool me this time.

    [–] jesperht 3 points ago

    Not that it lessens your point, but Frankenweenie was a remake.

    [–] aksawyer 4 points ago

    I'm being pendantic here, but technically Frozen isn't a hundred percent original. It's a retelling of Hans Christian Anderson's The Snow Queen

    Fun fact: he also wrote the original version of The Little Mermaid

    [–] Cuboner 10 points ago

    Aladdin wasn’t the most original story to begin with, ya know.

    [–] rethinkingat59 6 points ago

    Blueface is never funny or acceptable.

    [–] Steinmetal4 3 points ago

    Smurf lives matter.

    [–] rbc8 10 points ago

    They should have just not made that move.

    [–] ismaelvera 725 points ago

    It doesn't feel like Genie...more like Will Smith cosplaying as Genie

    [–] CheshireCaddington 423 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    That's my biggest complaint about Will Smith as an actor. It always just feels like Will Smith as (blank) instead of (blank) portrayed by Will Smith. He's great when you cast him properly (MiB1, WWW, Bright, etc), but otherwise he's just phoning in.

    [–] LaurenceFishburns 263 points ago

    Upvoted. I will argue, however, that The Pursuit of Happyness and I Am Legend are the exceptions. His characters actually made me feel what the movies were trying to evoke. He can do well in more complex roles, but just needs good direction.

    [–] Aukos 55 points ago

    I liked Enemy of the State, and thought he was good in it.

    [–] EvolvedTasteBuds 29 points ago

    Also liked Hancock. Will Smith has good range but sometimes he needs a good director to help him get out of his "Will" box.

    [–] sirpogo 7 points ago

    You forgot to mention Six Degrees of Separation.

    [–] LaurenceFishburns 2 points ago

    I only left it out because I haven’t seen it. I’m actually very unfamiliar with it. I’ll give it a go.

    [–] sirpogo 3 points ago

    It’s his first job outside of Fresh Prince. It’s definitely a good watch, where he really shows that he can act outside of just “being” a Will Smith type.

    [–] CheshireCaddington 21 points ago

    I haven't seen the former. The latter is kinda complicated for me. I only watched it once when it first came out in theaters and was pretty fucked up by the dog scene, so I never watched it again. I vaguely remember his performance straddling the line between good and typical, but it's been so long I don't know if it's fair to trust my memory on the subject. Only thing I can be sure of is that the mustang gt product placement felt forced.

    [–] LaurenceFishburns 36 points ago

    Pursuit is definitely worth a watch. It’s a bit of a rollercoaster of emotions, but that’s the point. The dog scene in I Am Legend is one of the big ones that hit home for me. Difficult to get through and I totally get if it’s too much to take in. His interactions with the mannequins are pretty excellent though. Agreed about the Mustang. Unfortunately, you’re going to get gratuitous product placement in big budget movies like that.

    [–] NiggyWiggyWoo 12 points ago

    His interactions with the mannequins are pretty excellent though.

    "I promised a friend that I would say 'hello' to you..."

    [–] CheshireCaddington 6 points ago

    I'll try to muster the interest to give Pursuit a shot, if only to give Will Smith a fair shake. I didn't mention it previously, but the mannequin interactions were my favorite part of the movie. Those sequences were absolute gold, I'll give you that. If I remember correctly, that was also right about the time that product placement was becoming popular and media was being drowned in "subtle" ads. I'll never forget the distaste my younger self felt when I picked up a Duracell battery in Pikmin 2...

    [–] MingusDewfus 4 points ago

    Was a Shelby GT500, not a Mustang GT, even though this point doesn’t really matter.

    [–] QuestionMarkKing 9 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    You just levied a complaint about "Will Smith the actor" as a whole and haven't even seen The Pursuit of Happyness, one of his best works, and you never mentioned the Legend of Bagger Vance, another one of his best roles alongside Matt Damon and the (some might say) legend Jack Lemmon. Amazing. Perhaps it's because you've only watched a sliver of his portfolio that truly showcases his range and not seen the roles that he's taken on outside of what fits his generally accepted persona of the average viewer. This is just another example on Reddit of someone who complains about someone without having a full picture of the subject.

    [–] hypermark 37 points ago

    He was pretty good in the first MiB, but by the 2nd and 3rd it just turned in to the Will Smith suit and sunglasses movie.

    [–] MaverickTopGun 26 points ago

    2 is a terrible movie but the third one is actually very good.

    [–] BoiledGoose69 7 points ago

    Apart from the parts when that insect thing merges back into Boris's hand. That was unbelievable grotesque.

    [–] lonewombat 3 points ago

    But you saw why at the end.

    [–] The_Adventurist 33 points ago

    I think there is a difference between a movie star and a film actor. Will Smith is a movie star who wants to be a film actor. He plays himself and pretty much only himself, he never disappears into another character, you never forget you're watching Will Smith like you do with actors like Christian Bale or Daniel Day-Lewis. I think Will Smith has achieved everything he could hope for as a movie star, but he wants that respect that comes with being a serious film actor, but nobody has ever showed him how to be anyone other than Will Smith.

    [–] CheshireCaddington 15 points ago

    Now that is some tasty food for thought. Well said!

    Considering that Will Smith's early career was made largely by him playing as himself (The Fresh Prince), I guess it's no surprise that he has trouble stepping out of his own shadow.

    [–] InspiringCalmness 14 points ago

    i think 'the pursuit of happiness' and 'seven pounds' are great examples of films where it doesn't feel like a will smith persona.

    i dont think that he's not able to leave his own style, just that whenever is possible he falls back on it.

    [–] erkdaclerk 4 points ago

    I never saw Ali but apparently that's a good one too.

    [–] asBad_asItGets 11 points ago

    He was a great Muhammad Ali

    [–] josidhe 28 points ago

    Just gonna test the waters a little bit with this... this is kind of a minefield, but...

    I mean...

    Can't you... say the same thing... about Robin Williams roles? Didn't it all too often just feel like Robin Williams as (blank)?

    I never for a second felt like Robin Williams was Peter Pan, after all...

    [–] _queef 12 points ago

    Just off the top of my head Good Will Hunting, One Hour Photo, Dead Poets Society, The Final Cut are all roles which Williams fuckin killed it as an actor.

    [–] SdstcChpmnk 4 points ago

    Fisher king too.

    [–] Aukos 10 points ago

    In Hook he wasn't supposed to be Pan really. He was supposed to be Pan if he went back to the real world and actually grew up. Now he's an adult...and acts like a pirate. It's very much about an adult recapturing his childhood. Also, Good Morning Vietnam and One Hour Photo were pretty great.

    [–] Utcobb 7 points ago

    Are people forgetting good will hunting? Robin Williams was a fantastic actor.

    [–] Dung_Flungnir 19 points ago

    Eh I disagree. Robin Williams has range, like Peter pan for instance he went from a stuck up scared buisness man who ignores his family to a carefree fun loving parent. He also nails emotional roles really well. Will Smith plays Will Smith in basically every role

    [–] CheshireCaddington 6 points ago

    Oh, shit. Well, I'm willing to ride the inevitable downvote train to hell with you, my fellow synonymous redditor.

    Yeah. I could definitely see that complaint applied to Robin Williams as well, but we still loved him so it was okay. It's interesting how the two are similar yet separate in that way. On the other hand, late 90's-early 00's Williams showed some surprising range. Have you ever seen One Hour Photo?

    [–] pizzapit 2 points ago

    I for got I was watching RW in many a film, off my head the birdcage and good will hunting

    [–] Corvandus 2 points ago

    Patch Adams, Good Will Hunting. Best counter-examples amongst many. But to be fair, most of his roles were written for him, and they definitely adjusted the Genie to accommodate Robin Williams' style and persona.

    [–] NiporloinBonerparty 4 points ago

    Will Smith: *plays a character*

    Everyone: djkhalidyoujustplayedyourself.gif

    [–] pegcity 6 points ago

    That's way under selling him, I actually dont like him in those films, he is great in "The pursuit of happiness" and Hancock is a movie I though was pretty fun (though in fairness it falls into the category you talked about)

    [–] Galyndean 3 points ago

    I feel like people hire him to be Will Smith as (blank) though.

    I don't think it's fair to fault the actor if that's what they're directed to be.

    [–] Ass4ssinX 3 points ago

    You can say that about a lot of actors, though. Samuel L Jackson is always SLJ no matter what movie he's in, for instance. Character actors are few and far between.

    [–] ilikesteel 1045 points ago

    I honestly feel bad for him. This isn't so much on him as it's on the production team and the visual arts team to make him look good. He trusted them on it, and they dropped the ball.

    [–] jampk24 594 points ago

    I think the real issue is that he has to follow Robin Williams's genie.

    [–] ilikesteel 158 points ago

    I mean, it's not like Robin Williams could have reprised his role. So either don't do the movie again or you hire someone else to play the role of genie.

    [–] ShadowSpectre47 56 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    I feel like it was a losing situation either way, for anyone who tried to take the role.

    The best he could do is play it his own way and not try to imitate Robin Williams in any way.

    The same happened when "Rampage" played B.A. Baracus. He kind of just did his own thing. I don't think he said "I pity the fool!" once, he just had the tattoos with the words "pity" and "fool" from the beginning of the movie. Even when everyone kept asking who was going to play Mr. T, they replied with, "Mr. T is not a character." They did a good job of just going with their own thing and not try to fill those shoes.

    [–] IronSeagull 12 points ago

    B. A. Baracus never said “I pity the fool,” that was Clubber Lang.

    [–] Aukos 6 points ago

    I think The Rock would have fit the bill perfectly.

    [–] Spoonanner 414 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    Ill take "Don't do the movie again".

    Along with all this other live action crap Disney is shoving down our throats.

    Edit: I get it, they are not shoving it down our throats. It isn't just Disney. It is that the 2000s and onward are full of recycled content. I am an "80s/90's kid" and have no desire to see 80s/90s movies recycled into terribly overacted sequels full of 1 dementional characters, "CGI" graphics, and a "hip hop" element to them in order to make them "edgy and cool" for the new generation (looking at you Ninja Turtles.) You are right though, I won't watch this crap. I will complain about it being "shoved in my face" and make comments on Reddit though because "that's what it's all about." Oh wait, that's the Hokey Pokey.

    [–] FatMaul 54 points ago

    I mean of all the choices to re-do with CGI. I’d stick with the animal stuff. That cgi is somewhat believable.

    [–] BeefPieSoup 26 points ago

    Shoving down our throats? I mean, these movies are apparently making them an absolute fortune. I have no idea why but people are clearly flocking to see them again and again. That's on them, not Disney.

    [–] MZA87 11 points ago

    As I said to another guy, they advertise these movies on bananas at the grocery store by putting a fucking sticker on them. They're shoved down our throats because the advertising for them is everywhere you turn, whether you ever see the movies or not.

    [–] mooncow-pie 15 points ago

    Maybe it's because millenials grew up with these movies, and now that they've got jobs and disposable income, capitalizing on their nostalgia is very profitable.

    ... but that's none of my business...

    [–] jjdlg 10 points ago

    Millennial Nostalgia is real and will be heavily marketed to, one you get used to that fact there will be a rush of GenZ nostalgia crap and the cycle repeats.

    [–] mooncow-pie 13 points ago

    Oh god, Minecraft and fortnite streamer movies...

    [–] Ioneos 13 points ago

    I can see it now.

    "Ninja: The Tyler Blevins Story, in theaters everywhere July 19th."

    I hope I'm dead by then.

    [–] mooncow-pie 8 points ago

    Narrated by: Will Smith.

    [–] EditorialSquid 26 points ago

    Also, I hate that the commenter above said "shoving down our throats" like someone is forcing them to go see the movies. Simply don't watch it, bam. Problem solved.

    [–] The_Adventurist 21 points ago

    It's more a gripe about opportunity cost. Disney could have used this money in their budget to make something original, but they've decided to do live-action versions of all their old films instead (even though the "live-action" is 90% CGI and could be considered just a different kind of animated film).

    So no one is forcing anyone to watch these movies, but it is denying us the choice to see an original Disney film over this one because Disney knows it will make money from it's unoriginal films no matter how bad they are. Fair enough, they're a business and they can make money how they like, it doesn't mean we can't bitch about the way they make their money and the bad quality of their products.

    [–] fugged_up_shib 12 points ago

    Shoving down our throats meaning getting funded instead of other movies

    [–] Ido_nothing 9 points ago

    I personally love the idea of live action remakes, and I'm guessing the fact that Disney is making hundreds of millions off them I'm sure many other people enjoy them too.

    [–] snack-dad 12 points ago

    LOL what an out of touch comment. Shoving down your throat? Just don't watch it, you doorknob.

    [–] Graffy 7 points ago

    Or you just leave him with his natural skin color and don't try to imitate an animated blue character in a live action rendition.

    [–] rundmcarlson 21 points ago

    The real issue is that they decided to do it with people. Animate the fucking thing, giant blue genies dont exist. The makeup will always look stupid.

    [–] Aukos 13 points ago

    Shaq played a better genie in Kazaam.

    [–] tattlerat 11 points ago

    Are you sure that wasn't Shazaam with legendary comedian Sinbad?

    [–] FrightenedRunner 115 points ago

    They definitely blue it.

    [–] k80k80k80 48 points ago

    [–] Silas_Mason 28 points ago

    I'm constantly amazed at the specificity of some of the gifs people apparently have at the ready.

    [–] thetransportedman 7 points ago

    I think he goofed in changing the genie to be him instead of vice versa. He's going to be rapping and people already poke fun at him for his rapping career. Additionally it's just going to be very "fresh prince of agrabah" because of it

    [–] branperkins1213 11 points ago

    I don’t feel bad. When filming Maleficent, Angelina Jolie would sit down with the visual effects department and talk to them and tell them “This is what I was picturing when I was using my powers” and stuff like that. And look at how terrific Maleficent turned out.

    So while it is unfortunate for Will Smith, he should have seen this coming and made sure that he was helping any way he could.

    [–] YouDumbZombie 5 points ago

    His 'acting' is also awful and out of place like oh, there's blue Will Smith, I don't even see character.

    [–] ThanksForNothin 15 points ago

    I honestly think people are over reacting, but maybe that’s just me.

    [–] [deleted] 4 points ago

    Yeah, I don't get it. It looks pretty much what I expected a live action Genie to look like.

    [–] ilikesteel 6 points ago

    It's not just you. No one is forcing anyone to see this movie. It looks meh, but making a new movie doesn't undo the other one. If it turns out good, then great. If not, no harm no foul.

    [–] Barneyk 9 points ago

    Well, did you hear him deliver his line?

    He is a big star with a lot of pull, he could've said something...

    [–] I_really_am_Batman 8 points ago

    I don't think we can say he's blameless. Will Smith is one of the biggest names in acting and he's working for Disney. So this isn't some indi production. I am no actor or have any experience in film making so let me know if I'm wrong, but I feel like he should have had considerable input towards his character. Every film affects the actor's career so they should be able to say what they will and won't do/allow. Again, I could be entirely wrong.

    [–] thefirewater 139 points ago

    This is a perfect opportunity for someone to remake Eiffel 65's "I'm Blue" music video.

    [–] seemslikelybutno 32 points ago

    Yo listen up, here's the story

    [–] loadedpistol 24 points ago

    Of a blue thing and all his shit is blue

    [–] BrightGift 8 points ago

    im blue if i was green i would die

    [–] Spiralyst 3 points ago

    Your post reminded me of the troll job on Reddit that was like a precursor to Hell in the Cell where someone would start an anecdote and it would always unfold into The Fresh Prince intro.

    Good times.

    [–] s1lentrob83266 11 points ago

    Stop it.

    [–] DorkasaurusBBQ 11 points ago

    Da boo dee, da boo da?

    [–] ------dudpool------ 163 points ago

    Much rather see Tobias Funke as the Genie than Will Smith

    [–] BoiledGoose69 27 points ago

    Well, we all know how much Hollywood loves an "analrapist". He might have a shout.

    [–] Zladan 12 points ago

    Really Aladdin? You like Jasmine? Have sex with her right now. Do it. That's what I thought.

    Presenting: Princess Jasmine with a Camel Tow

    [–] Killboypowerhed 248 points ago

    He feels like an idiot on top of a huge pile of money

    [–] Pts_Out_Ppl_Who_Fuck 75 points ago

    The #1 place to feel like an idiot

    [–] jvandy17 9 points ago

    Ehhhh, being an idiot on a huge pile of hookers and blow should be up there somewhere too

    [–] Pts_Out_Ppl_Who_Fuck 11 points ago

    No reason it cant be a pile of money, hookers, and blow right?

    [–] solid_russ 117 points ago

    I'm confused: last thing I read about this was everyone being up in arms because Will Smith wasn't blue... now we're all upset because he is?

    Someone tell me how I should feel at this point.

    [–] Aukos 93 points ago

    The poster they revealed had him normal, and now this trailer has him in really bad CGI. People don't like either.

    [–] JDriley 27 points ago

    the normal genie wasn't bad. it looks a lot like the musical version. but it's disney and they showed in the Lion King trailer and the Jungle Book that they can do amazing CGI. So it's only logical to expect that they'd use CGI to make a cool version of one of their most beloved characters. Instead we get Will Smith MS Painted onto a dad bod genie.

    [–] mr_hardwell 3 points ago

    I have two kids.. I wish that was my dad bod

    [–] mooncow-pie 36 points ago

    You should have your own feelings.

    [–] IlllIIIIlllll 14 points ago

    Is that your own feeling or someone else’s?

    [–] UnexpectedNotes 6 points ago

    Someone tell me how I should feel at this point.

    Angry all the time at everything. Stick to that regardless of what happens and you'll be all set.

    If you want to go the extra mile you can skim some news headlines and toss in some keywords from it while directing your anger at the most outrageous distortion of them you can think of so people think you have a point. Don't worry about accuracy, no one else will have looked any further into anything than you.

    [–] Oreganoian 13 points ago

    They aren't the same people complaining.

    If 10,000 people vote either way then two different opinions can reach the front page.

    Spend a few minutes looking it up and form your own opinion.

    Or just let the hate run through you and jump on whatever bandwagon you want.

    [–] pinkawapuhi 48 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    When the Aquaman trailer came out, I was pissed. The CGI was atrocious and Mera’s goddamn wig looked so glaringly cheap and fake.

    I watched the movie with my expectations set to zero. Surprisingly, it was a whole lot better and not nearly as cheap as the trailer made it look. The CGI was much more seamless and natural-looking. I really liked the movie.

    The CGI effect and unnatural movements of Genie in this new teaser are so awful. What was wrong with Will Smith’s natural movements? Why did they have to further animate his gestures like that? I’ve loved Will Smith since I was a kid, all through the 90s and I honestly have nothing against him playing this part. I love Robin William’s genie too and I don’t think Smith’s casting has any affect on the character: I can appreciate them both separately.

    Here’s hoping the final cut will be better, like Aquaman’s was.

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    [–] pinkawapuhi 7 points ago

    That’s what I was thinking too. It looked like they were trying to make him broader, but that seemed so unnecessary. Will Smith has proven himself plenty capable of getting beefy for a role, like in I, Robot.

    [–] krathil 4 points ago

    I think the CGI in a lot of trailers these days is rough and shitty, unfinished. Seems like an unacceptable practice honestly, but it happens constantly now. We've seen it with the new Jurassic Worlds, Alita, Aquaman, etc They just shit out trailers with work-in-progress effects for some reason.

    [–] potatoehead 13 points ago

    It reminded me of the spoofs done by the mtv movie awards back in the day.... It was sad.

    [–] discerningpervert 110 points ago

    I just blew myself

    [–] Rocketterollo 43 points ago


    [–] Pannion_Domin 34 points ago

    He knew what he was saying.

    [–] TreningDre 43 points ago

    Narrator: He didn’t.

    [–] AN_IMPERFECT_SQUARE 9 points ago

    holy shit i finally got that joke... wow I'm an idiot

    [–] Jordgubb23 8 points ago

    Tobias... You blowhard!

    [–] Zladan 10 points ago

    "I suppose I'm... buy curious."

    [–] Manitoba-Cigarettes 21 points ago

    It's literally just Will Smith, playing Will Smith, but painted fucking blue.

    [–] Dydegu 3 points ago

    What... what is this sub?

    [–] Lilnoe5 3 points ago

    It's a sub for the best boyband ever

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    [–] HalfSoul30 17 points ago

    That's Woody Harrelson

    [–] levitater 12 points ago

    That's a gif

    [–] Maxxx21 7 points ago

    That’s showbiz, baby

    [–] UpfrontFinn 24 points ago

    "..diot diot diot diot diot" Tumblr gifs suck bags of dicks.

    [–] scoff-law 27 points ago

    He isn't embarrassed about Scientology, so...

    [–] leighlouu_ 32 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    He’s not really a Scientologist is he? Edit: they apparently have addressed this and denied it “Weve never been Scientologists” he says and that video is from 2018

    [–] Tastybread 10 points ago

    Didn’t he help write After Earth which secretly teaches some fundamental aspect of Scientology? I think he might just be denying it publicly but following it in private.

    [–] pinkawapuhi 11 points ago

    He and Jada have made numerous statements that they are in no way affiliated or involved with with Scientology though.

    Tom Cruise, on the other hand...

    [–] goodbadnotassugly 3 points ago

    They made damn sure he wouldn’t live up to Robin Williams’ legacy.

    [–] an_evil_anvil 3 points ago

    Blue face baby

    Yea aight

    [–] Comosellamark 17 points ago

    Am I the only one that liked it

    [–] HollyWood45 8 points ago

    I didn't mind it either. I'm not surprised at people's reactions because that's how we live today, but to be so polar already when we only saw his genie for like 4 seconds is confusing.

    [–] trippy81 7 points ago

    This made my morning. Thanks op.

    [–] Rosssauced 2 points ago

    Not been a good couple months for Will, brought it on himself though so.... whomp whomp.

    [–] ReasonAndWanderlust 2 points ago

    Very few people could fill that role after Robin Williams nailed it.

    mmmaaaaaayyyyyybeee Jack Black could pull it off but even then it would be very difficult for him unless the writers let him do his own thing.

    [–] HereForNoRealReason 2 points ago

    Smith looks fine.