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Will Smith Reveals His Reasons For Not Taking The Lead Role In 'Django Unchained'

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by Tambay A. Obenson
June 14, 2012 10:30 AM
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On the heels of Adam's post discussing Will Smith's non-controversial role choices, seemingly as a strategy to maintain a certain image, comes this revelation courtesy of the latest issue of Empire magazine (via The Playlist)...

There is a feature on Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained in the current issue of Empire, which includes a conversation with Will Smith about his decision not to star in that film.

You'll recall last year, when news of Tarantino's slave revenge flick surfaced, and all the speculation on who would star as the title character, with Will Smith being Tarantino's very first choice for the part. At the time, Tarantino said that he planned to cast "top shelf" for the film; and it certainly didn't get more "top shelf" than Big Willie.

At the time of that post, Will Smith had received the screenplay, but hadn't yet signed on to play the part.

Of course, he later decided not to star in the film; and while we weren't necessasrily surprised by that, we did wonder why he decided against it.

A year later, in the latest issue of Empire magazine, Will said the following when asked why he didn't take the part:

"I came really close, it was one of the most amazing screenplays I had ever ever seen... I was in the middle of 'Men In Black 3' and [Tarantino] was ready to go, and I just couldn't sit with him and get through the issues, so I didn't want to hold him up. That thing's going to be ridiculous. It is a genius screenplay."

Uh-huh.

Of course I'm looking long and hard at the part of his response where he says "I just couldn't sit with him and get through the issues."

So I'm reading this as: while he boasts the screenplay he read as "amazing" and "genius" he obviously had enough "issues" with it that a sit down with Tarantino was necessary.

I know he's a busy man, but I'd think that if he REALLY wanted to do it, he'd have found the time to work things out with Tarantino, MIB3 or not. 

There's also the question of how much Tarantino would have been willing to compromise.

What's your read on this folks?

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64 Comments

  • sunly moise | August 26, 2012 3:27 PMReply

    i also want to be in that film

  • Ava | June 15, 2012 8:43 AMReply

    Will is being diplomatic. He doesn't need to explain anything, though.

  • mrselle | June 14, 2012 8:48 PMReply

    Dear Misha,

    Your a damn bully! Go SAT (like old folks say) down somewhere! #thatisall.

  • Janice | June 14, 2012 7:35 PMReply

    I don't like Taratino's films. I'm glad Will didn't do it.

  • MITCH | July 7, 2012 5:30 PM

    Well Janice. You suck.

  • Sebastian | June 14, 2012 5:51 PMReply

    I understand will smiths reason but looks like he really was keen on getting Men in black 3 on bieng a success, cant wait for I, Robot 2

  • Katie | June 14, 2012 5:16 PMReply

    I think it's great that he didn't take this controversial role. He really is too good for this role. I also have to agree with others, if he wanted to be in this film, he would have MIB3 or not.

  • Kim Casper | June 14, 2012 4:59 PMReply

    Most likely there are some things Will Smith is uncomfortable with but may not want to start a public negative issue with the movie; as a courtesy to Tarantino.

  • CareyCarey | June 14, 2012 4:38 PMReply

    A star's commitment to a film is nothing to take lightly. Django is still shooting and this is where it all started back in FEBRUARY: Shooting schedule for Django --> http://www.onlocationvacations.com/2012/02/25/quentin-tarantinos-django-unchained-begins-filming-at-the-evergreen-plantation-in-louisiana-on-monday/

  • Dankwa Brooks | June 14, 2012 4:35 PMReply

    Too much drama. I'm out.

  • Donella | June 14, 2012 3:41 PMReply

    Will Smith has arrived to at a place in his career where he doesn't allow himself to be intimidated or pressured or shamed into doing something he'd rather not do. Good for him.

  • TRUTHBETOLD | June 14, 2012 3:10 PMReply

    Mountain out of a molehill. Must we tear apart and analyze every morsel of this topic?? Is it a slow newsday?

  • Donella | June 14, 2012 4:03 PM

    Apparently, we must do this every three days.

  • Umm... | June 14, 2012 1:56 PMReply

    Who knows what, exactly, he meant by issues. I do think you're speculating too much. Anytime a giant star attaches to a project, they have notes and story points that they bump on. It's just how development works.

  • Phil | June 14, 2012 1:44 PMReply

    Jeez, talk about trying to make something out of nothing. For whatever reason, Will decided not to take the part. He's being respectful to everyone involved with the film by saying the script is great. I guess it's true what they say, 'damned if you do, damned if you don't...'

  • Jug | June 14, 2012 1:22 PMReply

    People do know he had "issues" with the script for his own movie MIB3, right? Stopped in the middle of production to do re-writes and BALLOONED the budget. When Will Smith says "I have issues with the script", that means "I want to rewrite it because I'm the star". Same with Denzel in BOOK OF ELI, same with Tom Cruise in EVERY movie he's in, Russell Crowe in ROBIN HOOD etc etc. It's not necessarily that he hated it, or that it's bad-it's often "I want it to fit ME." It could be bad, could be Will had problems with it. I'm just saying that Will wanting to do revisions doesn't instantly mean "Oh Tambay was right because he reviewed DJANGO, it's slavery bullshit & Will is a lying muthafucka." LOL Btw, Sony & 20th Century Fox had Will over the barrel for MIB3 or CITY THAT SAILED. Period. He wasn't doing DJANGO even if he wanted to. So for the "Oh, he's Will Smith he can bend schedules" talk well, their (Overbrook) ENTIRE TV Development dept was closed (when TV dev is JUMPING) because they couldn't get a show on the air besides HAWTHORNE...and for all the original projects Will is attached to, he had to go to an existing franchise & wring the last bit of blood from a turnip. A Star is a Star is a Star, but this is still a Business and shit doesn't always happen like you want it.

  • Xi | June 15, 2012 5:37 PM

    [judges deliberate...] "We're calling this one for Jug...mainly for providing a sound and thoughtful argument on why Will Smith may have turned down the role. Extra points for being a voice of reason in an argument (a foul-mouth voice, but one of reason nonetheless lol). Honorable Mention to CareyCarey for keeping it concise and leaving out the theme songs that usually accompany his posts. Lol! I can't decide what's more entertaining: the posts or the comments. Gotta love my people, man.

  • misha | June 14, 2012 5:41 PM

    LOL! You can't be serious with that ridiculous rant, Jug? I find it fascinating that I'm the one who hates you or takes any of this personally when I've never offered up a post that remotely resembles the nonsense you stated below. I hate you because you know what you're talking about? HA! What bullshit. After all, what is there to hate about one who espouses such a narrow-minded point of view on damn near everything? I call you out and mock your condescension because you make it so easy to do so. And trust when I say that it isn't personal for me. Perhaps if you offered a compelling argument while patronizing everyone else, I'd take these back and forths as personally as you do. But you don't, so I'll continue pointing out how weak your arguments are and laugh as you get your panties in a bunch because you can't respond with a proper rebuttal. Good day! :)

  • Jug | June 14, 2012 4:50 PM

    Look Misha, you really are a stalker. If I upset you so bad, why do u always have to talk to me? See, I finally got it. You hate me because I know what Im talking about. Or at least know more than enough citation for my position & put it out there to learn from others. You'd like it more if raged at the machine like an asshole. I used to do that. Thought everything was racist or some cosmic injustice. Everyone & everything was out to get Black folk and that the only way was "our" way-or more to the point "My Way" Then I grew the fuck up. I started thinking before I spoke. Listened instead of talked. And learned this phrase "Never let what you do know be overshadowed by what you dont". People with something to offer will offer it, but you must be ready, you must open & you have to stay within yourself. You, You're insecure. You always think something is about you or out to denigrate you. Sorry to disappoint you but you're not that important. And neither am I. I'm just some dude. But I'm a dude that tries to think critically about things precisely because I AM so passionate about shit. You feel I condescend to you, then so be it. I'm not apologizing for your short-comings. You're becoming a waste of mine & everyones time. You're a contrarian with little to add to any discourse. SO either raise up with good game, a logical argument, some facts (Google is your friend) or like I said before-Shut the Fuck Up.

  • misha | June 14, 2012 4:06 PM

    "Misha, what exactly are we speculating about? If you read and understood what I'm saying you'd know I don't feel a certain way about it in either capacity. I could care less why Will didn't take the role" >>>Well, firstly, it's "I couldn't care less." Sorry but people using that phrase incorrectly is one of my pet peeves. :) Secondly, if you couldn't care less, then why are you up in here calling out the "naysayers" and listing reasons as to why he may not have taken the role? Oh, that's right! You're in the business of schooling us ignorant folk with your insider knowledge of the goings on in Hollywood. LOL Seriously, if you aren't speculating, then what do you call this? "He wasn't doing DJANGO even if he wanted to." And..."I wouldn't be surprised if Will really wanted to do the movie." Unless you're psychic or BFFs with Will and can tell us exactly what Will is/was thinking, then you're merely speculating like the rest of us. Lastly, I'm coming at you and Carey cause ya'll are using your brains...unlike the rest of us? LOL! Your condescension never ceases to amaze!

  • Jug | June 14, 2012 2:54 PM

    Misha, what exactly are we speculating about? If you read and understood what I'm saying you'd know I don't feel a certain way about it in either capacity. I could care less why Will didn't take the role-but I'm not up in arms screaming "he's a liar" and "bullshit" because I know that sometimes "shit happens". What I do know, both by what has been released as a matter of Industry news and a matter of knowing someone who worked at Overbrook (and was let go when they downsized) is that because of business-not because of a perceived deity-like omnipotence-things fall apart. Like I said, Will COULD have thought the script was shit. He COULD have thought it needed major work. OR, like THE MATRIX, he could have not understood it & since they were approaching him he wanted to tailor to fit his acting style (a la Denzel in BOOK OF ELI). If YOU have a beef with the script, then YOU have a beef with the script. Or Tarantino. Or Will Smith. Or whomever. But don't sit here and come at me or Carey because we like to use our brains & think for a minute and not being reactionary every time something pops off. Relax Yo Delf.

  • misha | June 14, 2012 2:22 PM

    Carey, I find it funny that you feel compelled to call out those who are being "presumptious" when you"totally agree" with Jug, who's doing as much speculating as anyone here. LOL Ya'll are hilarious!

  • CareyCarey | June 14, 2012 1:58 PM

    I totally agree Jug. If it's bad, if it's bad, if the script is bad, the star has the right (and the responsibility) to say so. So stars do have the luxury to call shots and their careers may not hinge on being involved in a flop or 2, but the wise actor ( I would believe) keep a keen eye on how each performance/film will affect his future. Like it or not, accept it or not, that's the way it is. Denzel (you mentioned him) did the same thing with the script for Safe House. He read it, didn't like it, and so changes were made. If changes were not made, it's highly possible he might have moved on. So again, I agree, it's awfully presumptious (not to mention short-sighted) to proclaim Will didn't join the Django project because it's a slave flick! Oh the horror of it all! When someone brings me a quote from Will saying exactly that, I'll say I was totally wrong. Until then, I'd suggest those who are implying that Will is "lying" (as if he even has to) should check themselves. Granted, everyone has a right to voice their "opinion" but it's also right to bare the responsibility of supporting one's "opinion" with a few facts.

  • Jug | June 14, 2012 1:26 PM

    And I wouldn't be surprised if Will really wanted to do the movie. People forget he is from West Philly and after seeing him slap that reporter in Europe, dude can get raw when he wants to LOL. Seriously, dude has always said he follows models and as much as we hate it, the model for Black actors to get some serious trophy love is to play a slave/criminal/maid (Denzel and that "one tear" scene fucked it up for everybody LOL) I'm with Nicole, I wonder what the "issues" were too.

  • Nicole | June 14, 2012 1:15 PMReply

    Didn't I read somewhere that the producers of Hunger Games 2 pushed the start date back to accomodate Jennifer Lawrence's schedule? She's no where near the star-power of Will Smith so I would think he could have gotten the same consideration if he had pushed it. *shrug*

    And Tarantino knew that Will would be in the middle of MIB3 when Django began shooting, right? So why would he(Tarantino) ask someone who is already committed to one film to stop in the middle and do his? Or does "Tarantino was ready to go" mean that he was ready for Will to make a decision and commit to the role and he didn't have time for Will's "issues"?

    Hmmmm........................
    Anyway, I wonder what the "issues" were?

  • I'm Glad Will Didn't Do It | June 14, 2012 1:02 PMReply

    I don't blame Will for not wanting to play a slave, essentially. We all know a role like that is meant to put a black actor of his caliber in his place. Plus, I'm sure we all know he would have gotten an Oscar nod and probably won for the garbage, thus sending the message to black actors that to win an Academy Award you gotta play a slave, maid, ext. Will is nobody's fool. Good choice bro.

  • YEP | August 13, 2012 11:04 PM

    Correction: AJ gets it too.

  • Yep | August 13, 2012 11:03 PM

    "I'M GLAD WILL DIDN'T DO IT" actually gets it. The rest of you are mark-ass clowns. I still don't really like Will Smith, but nice job sidestepping this trainwreck, Mr. Smith.

  • AJ | July 13, 2012 12:56 AM

    Totally agree with "I'm glad Will Didn't Do It". Although Jamie Fox can act, he has proven that he doesn't mind being a bufoon, or in denigrating roles. Will Smith is not like that - he has standards, which is why he is still the top Black actor in the industry. Thanks Will for not helping Tarantino make a mockery out of the Black, 400-year holocaust.

  • JMac | June 14, 2012 9:09 PM

    That depends on the slave he portrays. Either way, I don't see him as being as unapologetically aggressive as most blacks would want him to be in a slave revenge flick regardless of the screenwriter.

  • JB | June 14, 2012 1:01 PMReply

    He would have been miscast anyway. Not enough edge IMO.

  • Charles Judson | June 14, 2012 12:51 PMReply

    Like Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt or Edward Norton, Will Smith is known as a hands on actor when it comes to crafting films to fit him, regardless of where in the process they come on board. Tarantino is not against working with an actor like Uma Thurman in creating a film like KILL BILL. It sounds exactly as it reads to me, Will wanted to work through the script, but the timing was off. MIB3's development has been up and down for years and even stopped filming halfway through for script rewrites.

  • Darkan | June 14, 2012 12:17 PMReply

    So what?! He didn't want to do the film, who cares it still got made. I'm tired of people who feel the need to judge him because he won't do "risky" or "edgier roles", go grown your own career so you can do the "risky, edgy" stuff but I guarantee you would never grow to his or Denzel's status and A-list level. And whoever said that Jaimie Foxx is a BETTER actor than Jamie needs to have their neck held down by the foot of the Hulk. I'm not even a big fan of Will but even I can see that he's done better in his films than Jamie. SMDH!

  • CareyCarey | June 14, 2012 4:13 PM

    "BY Forcing" "not voicing"

  • CareyCarey | June 14, 2012 4:11 PM

    Misha, you're becoming a blog streaker. Well... at least over the last week or so you've ran across the screen as one who's hell bent on changing the game. You've been muddling the conversations by voicing your opposing voices to correct something you totally misconstued. Case in point, YOU said: "He (Will) said himself that he didn't have to time to "get through the issues" with Tarantino. Idris Elba has said he had disagreements with Tarantino over the material. So it couldn't have been as great as you or Will says, now could it?~ Misha". See Misha, already you've muddled the field. The word "disagreement" speaks to what? The script, the pay, the shooting schedule, minor character devolopment, what? Listen Misha, your comment forced Bondgirl to try to bring you back --> (("Why bring up Idris when the context of this convo is Will and his mindset, except to skew the narrative that the film is still offensive? C"mon now, Misha")). But Misha my friend, you continued your mission of clouding the issue a feigning ignorance. YOU said: --> (("Why bring up Idris? have you already forgotten that YOU were the one who inserted "Michael K Williams and others" into the conversation when you accused others of making incorrect assumptions as to why they bowed out?" ~MIsha)). Now Misha, how soon you forgot exactly why Bondgirl mentioned Idris. Take a look in case you forgot. Bondgirl said: --> "Why bring up Idris... EXCEPT to SKEW the narrative THAT THE FILM IS OFFENSIVE!

  • bondgirl | June 14, 2012 2:45 PM

    Okay, you got me...I did open the door to others being used as a reference:/

  • misha | June 14, 2012 2:19 PM

    "Why bring up Idris when the context of this convo is Will and his mindset, except to skew the narrative that the film is still offensive??" >>> Bondgirl, have you already forgotten that YOU were the one who inserted "Michael K Williams and others" into the conversation when you accused others of making incorrect assumptions as to why they bowed out? Don't call foul because I challenged you on that. :)

  • bondgirl | June 14, 2012 1:05 PM

    Oh sure, plenty have alluded to Will turning it down as being a moral decision based on not choosing to be in a white savior film. I didn't really mean on this particular thread. Why bring up Idris when the context of this convo is Will and his mindset, except to skew the narrative that the film is still offensive? C'mon now, Misha.

  • misha | June 14, 2012 12:44 PM

    Once again, Bondgirl, I call BS. No one has said anything about Will being "honorable." He said himself that he didn't have to time to "get through the issues" with Tarantino. Idris Elba has said he had disagreements with Tarantino over the material. So it couldn't have been as great as you or Will says, now could it?

  • bondgirl | June 14, 2012 12:26 PM

    Yes Darkan, and it's allowing people to believe (based on their *feelings*) that the movie is f*cked up since an honorable man like Will turned it down. That's the underlying feeling, and why people keeping making incorrect assumptions as to why Michael K Williams and others bowed out. I would hate to see some of these folks as jurors on a murder trial, my goodness.

  • bondgirl | June 14, 2012 12:17 PMReply

    I love how people ignore the fact that he said it was the most amazing screenplay he'd read (i agree-God knows there are stinkers out there that make it to Oscar), yet black people stil can't believe the truth when it smacks thm in the face. "Oh, he really didn't mean it" Yeah, sounds like a woman when she finds out her man cheated. He could've just stopped at scheduling , but no, he added his own feelings of how the script was. LOL@ the denials.

  • django_1 | June 15, 2012 11:55 PM

    @Misha, John Travolta had issues with Vincent's drug use in Pulp Fiction, and he and Quentin Tarantino had a sit down (hang out time) and Travolta was able to play the role EXACTLY as Tarantino wrote. Brad Pitt had issues with the tone (a disturbing revisionist history) of Inglourious Basterds, and he and Quentin Tarantino had a sit down (hang out time) and Pitt was able to the play his role in the movie EXACTLY as Tarantino wrote. I believe whatever issues Will Smith had with elements in the script, if he and Tarantino had the time for a sit down (hang out time), Smith would have played the role EXACTLY as written by Tarantino. Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar. Tarantino was ready to go, and Smith was still very busy in the throes of work on MIB 3 (I know you remember that huge "star's" dressing trailer in NYC; it was like a luxury apartment on the streets.) So there is absolutely no reason not to believe what Will Smith said.

  • bondgirl | June 14, 2012 12:50 PM

    @Misha: Yet, if he said the screenplay didn't fit with him, you'd believe that to mean he didn't like it, right? Again, I'm suggesting that people wouldn't believe him if he were hooked up to a lie detector because they've already made up their minds. And no, even big stars like Will can't get out of scheduling UNLESS the other director of those films that he's committed to can accomodate. Rarely happens.

  • misha | June 14, 2012 12:33 PM

    LOL I didn't ignore his statement. I just think it's a bunch of BS. Again, if Will thought so highly of the material, I see no reason why he and Tarantino couldn't have worked things out. And it is supposedly "truth" because Will said it and you agree with him? LOL Please. He likely turned it down because the material wasn't befitting of a movie star of his calibre. I mean, why on earth would he want to play the sidekick in a film revolving around slavery? I don't see any payoff there. Of course Will ain't gonna admit such a thing. No, he's way too PC for that. But it's the "truth" as I see it.

  • Janie | June 14, 2012 11:48 AMReply

    Will saying something is "amazing, genius and ridiculous" is what he says about every movie including Bagger Vance.

  • misha | June 14, 2012 11:27 AMReply

    "Ridiculous." "Genius." "One of the most amazing screenplays I had ever ever seen" And you basically turn Tarantino down over scheduling? HA! As someone else said, if Will really wanted to do the film, I'm sure Tarantino would have been more than willing to push back the date, especially since he supposedly wrote the script with Will in mind.

  • bondgirl | June 14, 2012 12:21 PM

    @Adam: Bend shooting schedules? Uhh, I don't think so. Better ask Brad Pitt about that. It's why he says he doesn't sign on to more than 1 movie at a time, where others (like Will ) sign 3 movies at a time, thereby locking them down.

  • Adam Scott Thompson | June 14, 2012 12:03 PM

    Exactly. Will Smith is one of a few actors on the planet who can bend shooting schedules and release dates to his will.

  • alix | June 14, 2012 11:18 AMReply

    Will Smith said a long time ago that he wanted to be a movie star, the number 1 top grossing movie star. Movie stars very rarely take on controversial roles.

  • johnalynn | June 14, 2012 11:09 AMReply

    His main issue might have been Overbrook Pictures wasn't producing it. What ever the issue is its his prerogative not to do it.

  • reg | June 14, 2012 11:06 AMReply

    note: i am not a will smith fan. sight unseen (and now we'll never know) but i go in thinking quentin lucked out: foxx is ten times the actor smith is, imo. (though, i still say he would have done even better with chewital ejifor (c'mon, who can spell that guy's name?!).)

    that said, who knows what the issues really were. he could be lying about even liking the script in the first place. maybe he wanted jada to play k. washington's part, but just not get raped so much. who knows? my question is: why does anyone care what will smith does? maybe, i would care if he made more interesting (risky) choices. maybe he knows his limitations and sticks to what got him where he is. and, truthfully, i don't really mind that: bad performances in risky movies are no better than so-so performances in the usual crap. in fact, they may be worse, as something that could be special is ruined by a star who doesn't have the chops to bring it off. no, stick to your comfort level, will, and i'll stick to avoiding your movies until they come on TBS. everybody's happy.

  • Adam Scott Thompson | June 14, 2012 12:02 PM

    I don't know about better, but despite my article I actually think Jamie Foxx "fits" the role better than Will Smith. "Wild Wild West," as a precedent, doesn't help Mister Smith. lol

  • misha | June 14, 2012 11:37 AM

    "foxx is ten times the actor smith is, imo." Uh, nope! I can't agree wiith that. Foxx is a great comedian and damn good at impersonations but when it comes to making original characters his own, I haven't been all that impressed. And I wasn't impressed with his acting in the early trailer for this film. Now, I'm not a huge fan of Will but there is no denying that the man has tons of charisma and screen presence and he probably would have been great in this role...if it were truly material for a leading man/movie star.

  • Adam Scott Thompson | June 14, 2012 10:55 AMReply

    Maybe he should've played Neo; he dodged that question like "bullet time." LOL

  • troy | June 14, 2012 1:32 PM

    Hows Keanu's career?

  • Matt | June 14, 2012 10:54 AMReply

    I just don't see Smith in a Tarantino movie. Much happier with Jamie Foxx, he's a much more adventurous actor.

  • Ted | June 14, 2012 10:53 AMReply

    It probably is a diplomatic way of saying he like the idea of the script, but probably found several key points problematic (you don't drop a project over minor issues). Tarantino's ego is so hyperinflated (go watch any interview with him) I'm fairly confident he is not the type of person to compromise about anything.

  • Mstradford | June 14, 2012 12:21 PM

    Ted, I think you're probably spot on. I haven't read the script, but as I understand it, the film is largely the white bounty hunter's for the first half and Django is relegated to almost a sidekick roll while he learns the ropes. Will Smith is at a point in his career that being a second to an (admittedly fine) actor who isn't carrying the same commercial weight was probably and justifiably problematic. With that being the case, I couldn't imagine Tarantino making any adjustments to his script for the reasons you stated above.

  • Vanessa | June 14, 2012 11:19 AM

    Co-sign with Ted.

  • illthoughts | June 14, 2012 10:52 AMReply

    Movie stars worry about image and actors act. Will is a movie star and that's not a bad thing.

  • the black police | June 14, 2012 10:51 AMReply

    LOL He's so funny. I like him! Always so diplomatic.

  • MASTER BLASTER | June 14, 2012 10:45 AMReply

    if Big Willie wanted to do it, it would have been done. MIB 3 or not. "issues" or not. they would have pushed back the dates of the Django shoot to make it happen.

  • YEP | August 13, 2012 11:34 PM

    Agreed. Surely Tarantino would've known about the 3rd MIB movie if he was targeting Smith with this script. The fact that he approached him with the ball starting to roll on MIB kind of hints to his willingness to make the dates work, IMO. Sounds like Smith just didn't want to do it. And who could blame him? It's tripe. S#!t disguised as chocolate. So few have taste these days...

  • troy | June 14, 2012 1:29 PM

    He wouldnt change his script or schedule for Will or anybody

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