It seems like Will Smith cannot really steer clear of controversy! Tue actor has again made headlines and this time for a lawsuit issue! The actor and some other studios are facing severe allegation charges. What is the fiasco all about? Let’s find that out.
It Seems Like Actor Will Smith’s Is Facing Severe Lawsuit Deal! Here’s What We Know.
Apparently, there’s an ongoing lawsuit going on against the actor as TW3 Entertainment and Power Move Multi Media have filed a breach of contract complaint against Smith’s company, Richard Williams, his son, and even studio giant Warner Bros as well. The allegation is made over the motion picture right claims on the upcoming biography.
The Actor Along With Warner Bros. Are Facing The Lawsuit Over The Film Rights Of King Richards!
The lawsuit is about the film King Richards. However, while the lawsuit was an ongoing thing it is reported that it has reached a conclusion as the parties have finally reached a deal. The film is expected to hit the big screens in 2021. Suicide Squad star Will Smith is expected to play the leading role in the biography.
#KingRichard, starring Will Smith as the father of Venus and Serena Williams, marks the actor's first film paired with a black director. Why that's a notable milestone: https://t.co/uGfpnOPHZs pic.twitter.com/aZI6MyQ8aY
— IndieWire (@IndieWire) June 14, 2019
The film will surround the legendary figure of Serena Williams and Venus Williams’ father, Richard Williams. The main reason behind the conflict is regarding the legal rights over the film issues. Who is the key holder of these rights is what the conflict is it all about?
The Conflict Is Not Resolved As Of Yet. When Will The Film Release?
According to the claims made by TW3 Entertainment, they have brought the motion picture rights on any film made on Williams’ 2014 memoir “Black and White: The Way I See It. However, it came off a huge shock when they were asked to produce some kind of another type of media. Now with Warner Bros. producing the film, it has become an issue of breach of contract, and that why the former studio is making the charges against them.