Zoë Kravitz regrets Will Smith comment, opens up about Channing Tatum
Zoë Kravitz regrets her public criticism of Will Smith slapping Chris Rock at the 2022 Oscars.
After the event in March, Kravitz shared an Instagram post of the bubblegum pink dress she wore for the red carpet, captioning it: “Here’s a pic of me in my dress at the show where we’re apparently attacking people on stage now. “
When a commenter asked if Kravitz supported Smith’s decision to defend his wife Jada Pinkett Smith after she was the target of a joke about his bald head, the “Batman” actor replied, “No. ” Kravitz has since deleted the post.
“I’m torn about what to say right now because I’m just going to talk about it; I have very complicated feelings around it,” Kravitz said in an interview with the WSJ. The magazine’s fall 2022 women’s fashion issue was released on Tuesday. “I wish I had handled it differently. And that’s okay.”
The social media backlash to Kravitz’s post was intense, though the “Big Little Lies” star isn’t worried about her internet approval rating and is instead focusing on upcoming projects.
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“I was reminded that I’m an artist. Being an artist isn’t about everyone liking you or everyone thinking you’re hot. It’s about expressing something that hopefully sparks a conversation or inspires people,” she said. give or make them feel seen.” . “I think I’m at a place right now where I don’t want to express myself through captions or tweets. I want to express myself through art.”
Kravitz, who is set to make his directorial debut with Naomi Aki and Channing Tatum-led “Pussy Island,” said the Internet is not a good place for discourse.
“It’s a scary time to have an opinion or say the wrong thing or create controversial works or statements or thoughts or whatever,” says Kravitz. “It’s mostly scary, because art is about conversation. In my opinion, that should always be the issue. The Internet is the opposite of conversation. The Internet is people taking things out and not putting anything in.”
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Zoe Kravitz enjoys working with Channing Tatum on ‘Pussy Island’.
Kravitz and Tatum, whose production company Free Association is working on the film, did not know each other before “Pussy Island.”
“When we first came across the film, it was very different from what it is now, but the themes were the same,” Tatum said. “Honestly, all the iterations it’s been through, it’s been pretty punk rock.”
Kravitz, who has been rumored to be dating Tatum, kept his comments about the actress to a minimum.
“Do I want to get into that? I guess what I’m trying to say is that when you make things with people, it’s a very sacred space, and when you’re creatively compatible with someone, often other channels open up because of kindness,” Kravitz said. I’m really grateful that this movie brought him into my life in this way.”
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