The re-launch of Peacock Bel-Air re-imagines the real series in a dramatic way, bringing with it many personality differences between The Fresh Prince’s Will Smith and the new character. Even though actor Will Smith no longer plays the main character, the main character of Bel-Air is still called Will Smith, who has a beautiful portrait now presented by new artist Jabari Banks. Considering Will Smith’s real interest is no longer visible to the character, the new Bel-Air Will will look very different, but Banks brings his own beauty with some of the same character traits.
Bel-Air Has Changed The Personality Of New Prince Characters
Bel-Air is now an hour-long, shocking, critical joke about the 1990 Fresh Prince comedy, in which a fresh start is immersed in conversations that would not have taken place in a 30-minute sitcom format. The Banks family is back with a big rift with Will, although a surprising rethinking has made many characters almost invisible. The evolution of the strange characters in Bel-Air is Uncle Phil and Carlton Banks, who do not really differ or share the same caring personality as their real Fresh Prince counterparts. Statistics are too high for the Bel-Air resume, and Fresh Prince characters have changed accordingly.
Although characters like Uncle Phil and Carlton do not reveal they are true figures, the character Fresh Prince best translated into a remarkable format is Will Smith. Having said that, Bel-Air’s Will Smith is significantly different from the real Will Smith fictional character, with a little sarcasm, happy opposition to his family, and arrogance. New Will Smith is more emotionally vulnerable and more complex than the Fresh Prince version and is prone to anger and hostility.
In the first episode of Bel-Air alone, Will Smith engages in a dangerous fight with a drug dealer that ends up with Will pulling out his friend’s gun. To complete the first episode of the Bel-Air game, Will gets into a public fight with his cousin Carlton, even though Carlton is responsible for the violence. Although Will Smith of Fresh Prince was arrogant and self-confident, he had no sympathy that could lead to such emotional outbursts. Will Smith at Bel-Air seems even more insecure and on the edge, though he still maintains an outward sense of confidence.
Although Jabari Banks is slightly older than the real Will Smith at the time of Fresh Prince’s first, Bel-Air’s Will feels immature, albeit devoid of sarcasm and old-fashioned ways. Will Smith of Fresh Prince was not mature with his humor and general beauty but he felt older than his age. At Bel-Air, Jabari Banks ’Will feels emotionally advanced but still emerges as a 16-year-old who can no longer take care of himself.
This may be due to Fresh Prince’s Will receiving many offers based on his undeniable love and affection for other students and teachers, while Bel-Air’s Will must work hard to enter and overcome Bel-Air’s bias. he. More than a real character, Bel-Air’s Will Smith really feels like a child with a lot of resistance.
The real characters of Bel-Air and Fresh Prince are different in their amazing personality, but both Wills still share several similarities in the way they express themselves. The new Will still has a contagious beauty on her, albeit to a lesser degree, which helps to love Lisa at school.
Will will always play an extremely romantic role for women, he just stands out with his style, coming out of all situations, a basketball player. In addition to the amazing changes, Bel-Air has made to Will’s character, Jabari Banks is able to recreate Smith’s beauty with his style that made him attractive on his high-profile journey.