Taking part in the new viral challenge, the ‘Bad Boys for Life’ actor reveals that his version pays homage to his iconic Agent J character from the ‘Men in Black’ film series.
- May 21, 2020
Will Smith has made merry the viral “Wipe It Down” challenge. Just days after JoJo Siwa showed off her alter-ego while participating in the new TikTok trend, the “Bad Boys for Life” actor treated fans to his version, but joked that he has no recollection of making the video.
On Wednesday, May 20, the 51-year-old Hollywood star posted a clip of him cleaning a mirror along to BMW Kenny’s “Wipe It Down” on the video-sharing platform. Paying homage to his “Men in Black” film series, he brought back his iconic character, Agent J, twice. The first one saw J with his arms crossed, while the last one presented him holding a Nerualyzer.
In the caption of his video, the husband of Jada Pinkett Smith poked fun at the function of Nerualyzer to erase memory. “I don’t remember making this…?” he wrote before adding a tag at comedian and visual effects artist Chris Ashley, who might have helped him with the mirror effects.
This “Wipe It Down” trend was first started by comedian Lauren Compton. In the video which has collected more than 20 million views, she transformed herself into Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn character from “Suicide Squad” and “Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn“.
Internet star JoJo, in the meantime, excited many when she uploaded her version on Monday, May 18. Famous for her high ponytail and large bows, she presented an alter ego by letting her long blonde hair down in loose waves and trading her sequin puffer jacket with a casual black T-shirt.
In regards of Smith, the “Aladdin” star last reprised his role as Agent J in “Men in Black 3“. He starred opposite Tommy Lee Jones, who slipped back into his Agent K charactere, and Josh Brolin, who portrayed a younger Agent K. Released in 2012, this third installment movie itself. collected $179 million domestically and $624 million worldwide.
Published at Thu, 21 May 2020 13:30:01 +0000