Will Smith Cheers for King Bach’s New Movie as It Goes up on Steaming Platforms

Published 05/01/2023, 8:00 AM EDT

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Will Smith in his long-spanning Hollywood career has seen a lot. Despite being fairly twenty feet away from controversy up until recent years, the actor seems to know very well how to work his way around the Hollywood elites. More than people, Smith has lived an entire lifetime at the box office where while some of his movies broke the roof with their brilliance, others were terrible low-ringers.

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All this experience has made him the man he is today. Someone who uses his massive stardom to guide the people to the right path. And sometimes the right path happens to be King Bach or Andrew Bachelor as Benny’s latest horror flick, Fear.

Will Smith celebrates as Fear is up for streaming

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Smith was among the first pioneers of the industry who recognized how important it is to have a social media presence. And now he is using his well-established social media presence to give a shout-out to buddies Deon Taylor, King Bach, and T.I. As the movie posted about its availability on Amazon and Apple, Smith wrote an excited congratulation for the cast and crew and posted it on his story.

Horror is a boundless genre. It is almost always a sleepover pick. And a horror flick that talks about a vacation gone wrong serves not only as the perfect motivation to get you back to work after the weekend but also as a well-rounded supernatural tale.

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Unfortunately for Fear, it was released in the busy month of January when the audience still had a sweet tooth for heartwarming movies. However, a shout out from Will Smith and availability on new platforms has given the movie a second chance.

What is Fear all about?

While Smith has only posted about it now, the horror movie has already built a loyal fanbase. The movie was originally titled Don’t Fear before ultimately going for a mononym. An exciting plot that touches on everyone’s personal fear from claustrophobia, and drowning, to not breathing is not all the movie entails.

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It also has an exciting cast consisting of Joseph Sikora, Andrew Bachelor, Annie Ilonzeh, Iddo Goldberg, Ruby Modine, Jessica Allain, Terrace Jenkins, and T.I. Despite flopping with $2 million collection at the box office, it is sure to turn the tides on OTT. Fear is also up for renting and buying on all platforms.

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Will you be watching the Will Smith-approved horror flick? Let us know in the comments below.

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Aliza Siddiqui

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Meet Aliza Siddiqui, a Hollywood News reporter at Netflix Junkie. Her love affair with Hollywood began with Anne Hathaway and The Princess Diaries, but it was the thrilling climax of Don’t Look Up that cemented her infatuation with the industry and its filmmaking. Aliza's journey into entertainment reporting began with her time at Otakukart, where she wrote over a thousand articles.

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