Smith believes it’s important ‘to speak out about the insanity’ surrounding the U.S. presidential race.
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Will Smith was in the United Arab Emirates promoting the movie "Suicide Squad" Sunday, and he said his time in Dubai is also a chance to counter an increasingly anti-Muslim climate surrounding the U.S. presidential race.Smith has been vocal about issues of race and discrimination in Hollywood.Geared to become Smith's highest-grossing film at the box office, "Suicide Squad" has been pummeled by critics. The film is the next step in the DC Comics and Warner Bros. expanded universe and cost around $175 million to produce.Smith acknowledged that some of his movies might be critically acclaimed and others might be box-office hits, and some will just be flops like the 1999 action-comedy "Wild Wild West".
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