Pulling Out The Big Guns! Will Smith Bares His Strong Arms As He Strolls Around The Set Of His New Movie Focus In New Orleans

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Callum Smith will face former Prizefighter champion Patrick Mendy for the English super-middleweight title in Liverpool on September 21. Smith has impressed with his last wins all coming via first round stoppage, and after just seven pro fights has been catapulted into a title shot. “He’ll fancy his chances of beating me but I’m flying at the moment and I’m ready for the longer fights.”” Callum Smith The 23 year old boxes on Merseyside for just the second time in his burgeoning career, and says he is ready to step up to title action against the Reading man. “It’s brilliant to be fighting for my first title in front of a Liverpool crowd,” said Smith. “The Olympia is a great venue for the fans and I’m sure they’ll get behind me and roar me on. “Patrick has been around for a long time even though he’s younger than me, so he’ll fancy his chances of beating me but I’m flying at the moment and I’m ready for the longer fights.” Mendy became the youngest winner of Prizefighter in 2010 but his career has failed to progress, with a current tally of 14-6-1 with just one win via stoppage. Stalled Nonetheless his greater experience means Smith will be stepping up in class. “This is a really tough fight for Callum but he’s definitely ready for it,” said Hearn. “He’s been blowing fighters away in the first round but he’s worked hard in the gym and ten hard rounds is not a problem for him. “Patrick’s career has stalled slightly since winning Prizefighter but he’s only 22 and he’s got a lot of experience for someone so young and it’s a great chance for him to get back on the map – it should be a cracking fight.” The fight is one of four title contests on what promises to be an exciting night of action at the Olympia. Rocky Fielding faces Ghanaian Mohammed Akrong for the Commonwealth super-middleweight title after vacating the English strap. Derry Mathews defends his Commonwealth lightweight title on home turf against Curtis Woodhouse, while Liam Smith and Erick Ochieng clash for the vacant British light-middleweight title.

In his best athletic gear! Will Smith walks the sunny set of Focus in New Orleans, Louisiana on Thursday

Yet Will Smith looked as fit as he’s ever been as he walked a film set on Thursday in New Orleans, Louisiana. Will was in the Big Easy to shoot scenes for his upcoming film Focus, which follows a con man (Smith) who falls for a rookie (Margot Robbie) right as he’s planning an elaborate theft. In his best athletic gear! Will Smith walks the sunny set of Focus in New Orleans, Louisiana on Thursday The actor looked athletic as he wore a sleeveless black shirt, matching athletic shorts and a pair of bright blue running shoes on set. The tank top revealed Will’s thick arms, which look like they’ve been toned through dedicated workouts. Will also appeared to be sipping on a drink as he strolled across a sun-drenched parking lot. On Focus, Will stars opposite Rodrigo Santoro, who plays a powerful auto racing team owner who wants Robbie’s affections for himself. Write caption here But Focus isn’t the only project Will’s set to begin work on – he has a slew of confirmed and rumoured projects in the horizon, including some big-budget sequels. Will has been confirmed for the title role of Hancock 2, which follows a ne’er-do-well superhero who walks the line between savior and destroyer. He is also rumoured to reprise previous roles for sci-fi thriller I, Robot 2 and buddy-cop action pic Bad Boys 3. Flopping? His last film, After Earth, was the worst domestic summer box-office opening for Will in 20 years Will no doubt wants redemption in the aftermath of summer domestic box-office flop After Earth, in which he starred alongside son Jaden. Though the film fared much better on the international stage, its $27 million on the first weekend was the worst opening for a summer event film in two decades for Will, according to Entertainment Weekly.

Will Smith might do two ‘Independence Day’ sequels, after all

Night Shyamalan abomination, After Earth, it appears that Will Smith might end up doing two Independence Day sequels, after all. Will Smith might do two ‘Independence Day’ sequels, after all Mike Bertha Posted: Friday, September 6, 2013, 10:23 AM After tricking $60 million-worth of American moviegoers into forking over their hard-earned money to see that M. Night Shyamalan abomination, After Earth, it appears that Will Smith might end up doing two Independence Day sequels, after all. Previously, director Roland Emmerich was quoted as saying that Smith was “too expensive” to reprise his role as Captain Steve Hiller. But, with After Earth and the whole passing on Django Unchained thing on everyone’s mind, it appears that it might be a little too early to count Smith out of ID Forever Part I and ID Forever Part II. The German director, whose latest action movie White House Down makes explicit reference to Independence Day’s destruction of the presidential building, said: “I sometimes say no, Will Smith will not be in it because he didn’t want to do it at first. Now we have a meeting planned, we want to talk about it again. Anything can happen.” Bill Pullman and Jeff Goldblum have already confirmed their return for the sequel because they’re true American heroes and/or had nothing better to do. (Insert Law & Order appearance joke here.) The speculation is good news, but Smith himself has previously suggested that you shouldn’t get your hopes up about seeing him in summer blockbuster/alien adventure movies because he plans to vere off of that path. iiiSpeaking exclusively to Digital Spy about After Earth, Smith said: “It’s been an absolute necessity that the movie be a blockbuster, but I think I’m going to start moving out of that and finding more danger in my artistic choices.” In case you were wondering, IMDB already lists I, Robot 2, Hancock 2, and Bad Boys 3 as “announced” on Smith’s personal page . Robot movie sequel.

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