Will Smith reunites with Sony Pictures for ‘Resister’

Will Smith is back with Sony Pictures for ‘Resister’, story is ready, search for director is on.

Will Smith has once again collaborated with Sony Pictures. The actor will be seen in the sci-fi thriller ‘Resister’ in the upcoming days.

Will Smith is currently cashing in on the success of his film ‘Bad Boys: Ride or Die’. Meanwhile, an interesting update has also come out on the actor’s upcoming film. Will is once again set to work with Sony Pictures. His next film will be ‘Resister’. This sci-fi thriller is based on Daniel Suarez’s 2014 novel ‘Influx’.

Will Smith reunites with Sony Pictures

The film stars Todd Black, Jason Blumenthal, Steve Tisch and Tony Shaw, who have been developing the project for years with Smith and John Mone through Westbrook. Dave Wilson is the producer of the film. At the same time, Heather Washington is the executive producer. The screenplay of the film was first written by Jack Olkewicz. At the same time, it has recently been reworked by Eric Warren Singer.

‘Resister’ director search continues

‘Resister’ is in the works and a director is currently being sought. The story of the film is a secret. However, talking about ‘Influx’, it takes place in a dystopian society in which the government uses questionable tactics to stop technological advancement. Smith’s latest endeavor with Sony Pictures, the fourth installment of the action comedy franchise ‘Bad Boys’, grossed over Rs 800 crore at the domestic box office and over Rs 1600 crore globally.

‘Bad Boys 4’ success gives new flight

Smith has a long-standing relationship with both Sony and Todd Black which includes ‘Seven Pounds’, ‘The Pursuit of Happyness’ and most recently the civil war thriller ‘Emancipation’. At the same time, ‘Bad Boys’ is now a billion dollar franchise. The box office results of ‘Bad Boys: Ride or Die’ marked a major win for Smith, whose career was in jeopardy after he slapped Chris Rock on stage at the Oscars.

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