'All Eyez On Me' Producer Dismisses Jada Pinkett Smith's Criticisms About Film


Taking to social media, the actress stated her "relationship to Pac" was "too precious" for the scenes in the film to "stand as truth".

Actress Jada Pinkett Smith has attacked the filmmakers behind new Tupac Shakur biopic "All Eyez on Me" for the way they have depicted her relationship with the late rapper. She calls the re-imagining of their relationship in the movie "deeply hurtful".

L.T. Hutton told TMZ he was "disappointed" that Pinkett Smith was hurt by the scenes, many of which she claimed never happened. One of the most vocal opponents of the project was Jada Pinkett Smith, who felt like the depiction of her and "Pac's relationship was way off". "It all came from the truth, and places and moments of her actual dialog and ideas that 'Pac actually had", Hutton explained. "I created this film in what you call the Holy Trinity - who Tupac was, who he wanted to be, and who he had to be to survive the world he was introduced into".

Directed by Benny Boom, and starring Demetrius Shipp Jr.as Shakur, the film grossed $27.1 million from 2,471 theaters, surpassing expectations, according to the Hollywood Reporter. I've never been to any of Pac's shows by his request.

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"I found interviews that she gave us in a very true form", he continued.

The actress, who is now married to Will Smith, was close friends with Tupac and said numerous scenes in the film never happened. "You both did a attractive job with what you were given".

"Everything seen, said and done ain't meant to be in a movie".