Friday, January 14, 2022

Player recreates iconic "Will Smith" intro

Who doesn't know Will Smith from films like Independence Day, Bad Boys, Aladdin and other blockbusters these days? But his career actually started with a successful 90s sitcom, the intro of which was reproduced in impressive quality in Animal Crossing.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons

You have to let the community do it, especially in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, she comes up with a lot of exciting things. Among other things, one player opened a garden service in the game and another proved how beautiful the game could look in photo-realistic quality.

A no less elaborate project recently published Reddit users HomemadeMartian in the form of an amusing video that was on a successful 90s sitcom based.

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Will Smith's impressive career began in the 1990s. In the sitcomThe Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, he played young Will from Philadelphia. He misses a throw during a basketball game and the ball lands in a group of aggressive types. There is a fight. Fearing for her son, Will's mother Viola sends him to Los Angeles to live with his wealthy aunt Vivian and her husband, the lawyer and later judge Philip Banks, so that he can graduate from there.

Probably everyone will have come across the intro for the sitcom at some point and many of you will be able to sing and hum along with it. But the intro also has its very own charm with “Animal Crossing” characters.

For comparison, we include the original intro for you:

(embed) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-_S3h2BVsQ (/ embed)

What do you say about this work? Do you already know the sitcom? Which film with Will Smith do you particularly like? We'd love to hear from you in the comments below.

Jasmin Peukert
Jasmin Peukert, GIGA expert for games, anime, Final Fantasy 14 and League of Legends.

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