Bel-Air, the 'reboot' of the Prince of Bel-Air, already has a protagonist. It is Jabari Banks, an actor who will debut with this project on television. Will Smith was in charge of communicating that he had been chosen for the main role in this new fiction.
In a video shared by Peacock, US platform in which the series will be released, you can see how the star surprises the young man through a video call and gives it the good news: "It is a pleasure to meet you. From the depths of my Heart I want to congratulate you. You have the role of Will in Bel-Air ".
Banks tells that his father was the first person who told him about the project and told him he should be in him. "This is a dream come true ... the way in which this 'show' has caused impact on my life and it is incredible," says the interpreter. He even teaches a picture of the friends of him and he at the Institute characterized as the cast of the Prince of Bel-Air.
The interpreter comes from west of Philadelphia, as well as the character to which he will give life on the small screen. He studied musical theater and graduated at the University of Arts of Him in 2020. In addition to acting, he sings, rape and compose songs.
The 'Reboot' of the Prince of Bel-Air is based on an unofficial trailer created by Morgan Cooper and who became viral in 2019. His work showed a reinterpretation of the plot of the characters of the popular series of 90 from a Most dramatic point of view.
He will be director, scriptwriter and executive producer of the project. Chris Collins, who worked at The Wire (under listening) and children of anarchy, will accompany him with the work of him in the scripts. Will Smith and his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, are also involved in the title.
The drama, at present, will explore how the young Will goes from the streets of West Philadelphia to the luxurious mansions of Bel-Air. The official description of it indicates: "With a reinvented vision, he will deepen inherent conflicts, emotions and prejudices that were impossible to explore completely in a 30 minute sitcom, while still offering winks to the original series" .
Peacock has given green light to two seasons, which will have one hour chapters. It is expected to arrive in Spain through the 'Streaming' SkyshowTime platform, which will be launched in 2022.Updated Date: 04 September 2021, 18:46