The Trailer Of “Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air” Reboot Dropped and Some People Are Confused


It has been introduced that “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” Will Smith’s beloved sitcom from the Nineties, will return on NBC’s Peacock streaming service as “Bel-Air,” not too long ago aired for six seasons.

Although followers of the unique present might count on one thing completely different, the brand new present seems fairly completely different. Bel-Air, a drama reimaging the unique story with darker overtones, replaces the half-hour present with an hourlong manufacturing.

Viewers Are Confused With The Reboot Trailer

Viewers have identified that there are some variations. One notable distinction is that Uncle Phil and Aunt Viv appear a lot youthful within the new sequence. On Twitter, one person commented that his largest criticism with the reboot was that Uncle Phil was too small. And one other mentioned that Uncle Phil isn’t even fats. “f*** this show”.

they massacred it

— #1 mikey🅿️ worshipper #🅿️EACEANDLOVE☝🏻 (@pp1nkmatter) January 10, 2022

People won’t wish to watch this reboot if Uncle Phil is a spry, wholesome older man as a substitute of a sturdy one.

As the brand new patriarch of the household, Adrian Holmes replaces the late James Avery. Some have questioned the casting of Adrian Holmes. 

In Olly Sholotan’s portrayal of Cousin Carlton, he isn’t the identical nerdy Alfonso Ribeiro with a token humorous dance. With biceps which can be toned and a buddy circle that features lacrosse gamers, he seems cool sufficient.

New trailer: What’s in it?

Will Smith’s sitcom “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air”, which aired for six seasons within the Nineties, is being rebooted as “Bel-Air” on Peacock, the streaming service from NBC. Streaming of the sequence is ready to start on February 13, in line with Peacock. The sequence’ first trailer was launched on Monday.

In the trailer, Will is given some recommendation about his new life in Los Angeles. This city will attempt to make you overlook who you’re and the place you got here from,” his finest buddy Jazz says. “Don’t let it do that.”

“The reboot reimagines the famous comedy The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air with a new, dramatic take on Will’s journey from the streets of West Philadelphia to the gates of Bel-Air in modern-day America,” in line with the present’s YouTube abstract.

In a world that’s far completely different from the one, he has grown up in. Will grapples with the conflicts, feelings, and biases of a second probability he by no means may have imagined.

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Viewers’ Reactions To The Upcoming Reboot

Someone tweeted that they’re a bit of conflicted about this. “It seems fascinating however I preferred the enjoyable nature of ‘Fresh Prince.’ 

They may have chosen to take advantage of 2020s factor they might have executed by taking a liked, lighthearted, comedy from the 90s and remodeling it right into a darkish, edgy remake.

One of the reviewers mentioned that ‘Fresh Prince’ handled some heavier materials every so often, however primarily, it was about household.

Looks fascinating, however I get ‘first few episodes of OC’ vibes from it..#BelAirPeacock

— Russ (@rousselmania) January 10, 2022

do not reboot outdated sitcoms into dramatic cleaning soap operas, reboot outdated dramatic cleaning soap operas into sitcoms

— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) January 10, 2022

Uncle Phil ain’t fats?

— Brother Sunflower (@UncleElroyJones) January 10, 2022

Uncle Phil must be an enormous fats man. Dead critical. We should not accepting a hotwashed Uncle Phil.

— Aaron “Steak And Taters” Cook (@CookedOnPhonics) January 10, 2022

man takin all the enjoyment out of the present was a lot enjoyable a good suggestion and making uncle phil a cosby sort particular person ain’t vibing with me however it’s the primary few episodes

tho …i’ve concept what they’ll do with this

— 🇵🇷❓❓❣Moomoof❣❣❓‼ (@moomoof) January 10, 2022

Ankita Khanrah

Ankita Khanrah is a second-year pupil of the Master of Communication and Journalism (Integrated) programme on the School of Mass Communication, KIIT Deemed University, Bhubaneswar.

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