Despite scathing reviews, the Will Smith action fantasy drew massive audiences to the streaming service over first three days.
Edgerton credits an “incredible” team for bringing his character Nick to life, all via a process that required him to endure three hours of makeup work each day.
Will Smith has played a cop onscreen so many times now he could probably legally arrest someone. “I feel like I can,” Smith told Yahoo Entertainment (watch above) at the Los Angeles press day for Bright, Netflix’s new sci-fi thriller that takes place in an alternate world where the LAPD deals with not only human lawbreakers, but orc, elf, and fairy troublemakers as well. Prior to Bright, which teams Smith’s patrolman with the department’s first orc (Joel Edgerton), Smith flexed a badge in two Bad Boys movies, I, Robot, and the Men in Black trilogy.
Netflix dropped a new Bright trailer on Tuesday, showing off Will Smith in the midst of a street-level skirmish involving fantastical creatures and a glowing wand that’s also a wish-granting weapon of mass destruction.
Will Smith teams up with LAPD's first orc officer (Joel Edgerton) in the new trailer for Netflix's sci-fi spin on the mismatched cop genre that premiering in December.
Top Comic-Con trailers include Wonder Woman’s return, a sequel five years in the making, and a Netflix film that will have everybody talking.
Comic-Con 2017 panels give fans a chance to get the early inside word about the movies we’ll be lining up for in the next year. If you couldn’t make the trip to San Diego this year, here’s a photo tour of some of the casts of the biggest movies making their pitch to the assembled. Check out pics of the stars ofThor: Ragnarok, Black Panther, Justice League, Blade Runner 2049, Ready Player One, The Lego Ninjago Movie, Kingsman: The Golden Circle, Brigsby Bear, and Netflix’s Bright.