Two new Hancock movie pictures have shown up on the interweb that show a different look for Will Smith's title Hancock character. These pictures show Will Smith / Hancock in some kind of costume which probably ties into the idea of the character trying to change his public image. So far these two images show Will Smith with a much cleaner look than is shown so far in the early Hancock movie poster or in the first of the new Hancock movie trailers.

Here you go...

HANCOCK MOVIE: Closed (Mind) Set?

Bad publicity storm clouds on the horizon for Will Smith new movie Hancock?

Will Smith, the star of the upcoming Hancock movie, may soon be getting some rather unwanted publicity just in time for the debut of his new summer film. A new article suggests that Smith and his wife, Jada Picket-Smith, are both recent converts to Scientology: a fact that it appears Smith would prefer to keep under wraps:

"Is he or is he not?

BY Janelle Oswald

Speculation about Hollywood couple Will Smith and wife Jada Picket-Smith becoming converts to Scientology has become more intense in recent months especially after Smith gave out material connected to the group on a film set.

The ‘I Am Legend’ star gave out cards for a complimentary Scientology personality test to crew members on his latest movie, Hancock.

Talk about the couple joining the new found 20th century ‘religion’, or as some say 'cult', which believes humans were descendants of an exiled race from outer space called Thetans, has also been made in the blockbuster new biography about Tom Cruise – Tom Cruise: An Unauthorised Biography by British author Andrew Morton.

Morton, whose book won’t be published in the UK due to strict libel laws, is reported to state in his book that Smith and his wife joined the Scientology congregation when he claims that the married couple of eleven years were targeted by Cruise because of their stature in African American community."

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Okay, I just want to say this for the sake of getting it out there: who cares?

I know you probably came here because you were searching for some up to date info on the new Hancock movie, but I feel that I really have to say this here:

Really, who cares if Mr. Smith and his wife are Scientologists?

So what if they really both believe mankind has some kind of celestial ties to an alien race? So what if they find people on the Hancock movie set gullible enough to actually believe that a complimentary personality test is only a gift and not a recruitment tool? The last time I checked, there were no laws on the books that said I was not allowed to enjoy an actor's work in film if I didn't agree with his political or religious beliefs. I am not a follower of the Scientology movement but i think that Mr. Smith is batting over .500 when it comes to my enjoyment of any films of his that I have seen.

I am also not a right wing conservative, but that has never really stopped me from enjoying the work of Mr. Schwarzenegger - the only thing that actually has stopped me from enjoying some of his films is his sometimes questionable choice of movie roles, but I digress.

Anyway, until Will Smith goes and does something crazy, like jump madly up and down on Oprah's sofa to promote his next movie or forcefully hold his wife by the back of her neck in public as a sign of affection, I really will feel no different about him; he is simply an actor, an actor who does his job well and more often than not leaves most of us sitting in a darkened movie theater feeling that we have been thoroughly entertained.

Oh, and for the record? I also think that Mr. Cruise is batting over .500 for his movie work, too, but that's just for his movie work, okay?

Smith & Theron Shut Down Hollywood

Smith & Theron Shut Down Hollywood
11 September 2007 (WENN)
Will Smith and Charlize Theron's new action film continues to wreak havoc on Los Angeles traffic after taking over a block of Hollywood Boulevard for the upcoming Hancock movie. After causing major traffic disruption late last month when producers shut down a large section of the 105 freeway to shoot a chase sequence, the film, Hancock, has moved to the heart of Hollywood. The famous boulevard was shut down for three days early on Monday - and that was bad news for busy commuters who use the area for work. One angry driver tells WENN, "It's bad enough when there's a major premiere on Hollywood Boulevard - that snarls up the traffic. But for three days! Not evryone in this town is a tourist or a member of the film industry."


Everybody knows that half the battle in getting a positive 'buzz' going for a movie is in making sure that the earliest trailers for that movie are good; that they are put together well enough so that the earliest audiences who see them start to get excited about the project. Okay, I know: duh. It isn't rocket science, but you would be surprised how often a movie trailer is put together and... sucks. Just plain sucks. It boggles the mind that if you have one job to do for a film and that is it, why can't you do a decent job? Of course, sometimes the job is done too well from the audience standpoint, and the eventual final product ends up being so disappointing compared to the earlier trailer which was soo entertaining. lol.

Okay, okay, I went on a rant and I apologize. I guess what I should say is that the new Hancock movie trailer is one of those that falls into the category of showing just enough to get me interested; it has piqued my curiosity.

So, to view the newest HANCOCK MOVIE TRAILER, just look below:


It's actually actor Will Smith on set during the filming of his new Super Hero movie, Hancock. I am just left wondering now if the inevitable onslaught of Hancock-related merchandise will include Hancock movie action figures? If it does, will we see one which features Hancock with 'car lifting action'?


I am going to guess that more people have probably actually seen the new Hancock movie trailer than seen the latest Hancock movie poster at this point; it is just the nature of the beast really. In a world where it is easier to go and search the interweb for information, I am more likely to find links to a new movie's trailer as I am to find links to the official movie posters. Videos have more sizzle, I guess, and are considered an effective way to pull people to a website.

Regardless, I still usually like to check out the official movie poster for a film before it comes out to get an early idea of how a film is going to be promoted visually. Okay, that sounded pretty high-fallootin, but I thibnk you can see where I'm coming from. Here now is a sneak peek at the new Hancock movie poster:

Okay, after looking at this does anybody else feel like this poster image is very similar to one of the main posters released for Spider-man II a few years back? Basically, the visual of will Smith's eye-wear reflecting what is ahead of him. In the Spider-man II poster, we could see from Spidey's eye covers that he was coming face-to-face with Doctor Octopus. This isn't a complaint, mind you, just an observation. Overall I think that this poster works.

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