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Will Smith Makes History with Hancock

The King of the Fourth of July box office has become the first actor in Hollywood history with eight straight movies to rake in more than $100 million.

In his latest effort, the 39-year-old Oscar nominee plays an ambivalent superhero in Hancock, which made $107 million in the U.S. and another $78 million internationally.

“I don’t feel like there’s anything I can’t do, no movie I can’t make,” Smith told USA Today in June. “I feel like the next 10 years are going to be my sweet spot.”

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  1. Mika Ventura

    Will Smith is awesome – I still love him in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air -but more importantly -WHERE IS CARLTON?!! How come he doesn’t get his movie star thing going?

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Will Smith Makes History with Hancock

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The King of the Fourth of July box office has become the first actor in Hollywood history with eight straight movies to rake in more than $100 million.

In his latest effort, the 39-year-old Oscar nominee plays an ambivalent superhero in Hancock, which made $107 million in the U.S. and another $78 million internationally.

“I don’t feel like there’s anything I can’t do, no movie I can’t make,” Smith told USA Today in June. “I feel like the next 10 years are going to be my sweet spot.”

Categories: Movies.

Comments

  1. Mika Ventura

    Will Smith is awesome – I still love him in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air -but more importantly -WHERE IS CARLTON?!! How come he doesn’t get his movie star thing going?

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