Actor Will Smith, who is currently filming his brand new movie Gemini Man in Savannah, Georgia, had a very important message for residents of the Peach State.
Smith uploaded a video to fans during his first day on the movie set with an interesting explanation for the netting wrapped around his entire head: bugs.
If there is one things southerners know, it’s that mosquitoes and gnats are a part of life.
You can spray them away, light candles, or hang up netting, but somehow, someway, those pesky little bugs find their way into your personal space.
The south longs for the first frost that sends bugs to their graves.
But they also know that with spring comes the time of the year they discover that bugs are invincible — not even the forces of death seem to be able to stop them.
“I love Georgia, I really do. But ya’ll gotta do something about the bugs,” Smith said in his video.
The south knows, Will. They know.
Leave it to Will Smith, who has been cracking people up since the 90s, to turn an unpleasant situation into an opportunity to bring a smile and laugh to the faces of others.
His fans surely did just that… and have been all day long.
The video racked up over 3 million views and is still counting for obvious reasons – the guy is hilarious!
But don’t take it from us, you be the judge!
In Gemini Man, an action-thriller, Smith stars as Henry Brogan, an assassin who suddenly becomes the target of a younger, mysterious hitman. Somehow, this hitman can predict his every move.
The film will be directed by the Academy Award-winning filmmaker Ang Lee and produced by Berry Bruckheimer and David Ellison who have worked on the movies Top Gun, Pirates of the Caribbean, Mission Impossible, and more.
The movie hits theatres October 4th of 2019. Even though the movie is more than a year away, there’s no doubt that countless fans would buy their tickets now if they could.
Let us know what you think of Smiths video in the comments!
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