The forthcoming superhero flick "Hancock" has been previously hit with an upsetting report insisting that the world premiere event for the action movie has been canceled and thus sparking speculation that the movie may not be finished on the time of its theatrical debut on July 2. But, apparently the film's in-jeopardy speculation may not be proven anyway, especially with the holding of the movie's premiere in Paris, France.
On Monday, June 16, night, the film about the misunderstood hero rolled down its the red carpet at the L'Olympia Hall in Paris to celebrate its special screening. Though the special event was thrown far away from Hollywood, it was still attended by its key people, including Will Smith, Charlize Theron, Jason Bateman and director Peter Berg. Moreover, the event also saw several celebrity guests from the city of light, such as comedian Dany Boon, singer Ophelie Winter, professional basketball player Tony Parker, as well as from the U.S., namely Eva Longoria.
"Hancock" follows the story of a drunken superhero who has fallen out of favor with the public due to his wretched attitude. But, his encounter with a PR executive whom he saves one day opens his eyes about his weakness. Now, he is faced with his greatest challenge yet as he has to prove to everybody that he is a change man. Directed by "The Kingdom" helmer, the movie has been pushed forward for July 1 release.