Will Smith starts filming ‘Gemini Man,’ complains about Georgia bugs

Will Smith is filming his new action-thriller "Gemini Man" in Georgia. File Photo by Keizo Mori/UPI

March 1 (UPI) — Will Smith has begun filming new action-thriller Gemini Manin Georgia, Paramount Pictures announced this week.

Set for theatrical release Oct. 4, 2019, the movie casts Smith as Henry Brogan, “an elite assassin, who is suddenly targeted and pursued by a mysterious young operative that seemingly can predict his every move,” a news release said.

Ang Lee is directing the movie, which will co-star Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Clive Owen and Benedict Wong.

“First week on my new film Gemini Man!! Ang Lee got me out here fighting the wildlife,” Smith captioned a 30-second, social media video he narrated while wearing protective netting over his face.

“I love Georgia, but y’all gotta do something about the bugs! Georgia is gorgeous … but you’ve gotta rock this [expletive] to be out here,” he said pointing to the netting in Tuesday’s clip.

He went on to complain about how he tried using spray repellents, but claimed the insects were drawn to it like honey.

“I make my living with my face, so somebody do something about it. Quick,” he said.


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