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Hollywood superstar Will Smith is not bringing his talent back to the DC Cinematic Universe. The award-winning actor has reportedly pulled out of an upcoming Suicide Squad sequel.

According to reports, Smith’s availability has ultimately determined his fate in the highly-anticipated follow-up to the 2016 blockbuster.

Even though his return had not been made official, sources tell Variety that Will Smith, who played Deadshot in the original, is not expected to return for the studio’s upcoming sequel. Sources say scheduling was the ultimate factor and that the decision was made on amicable terms between both sides with no hard feelings. Though the studio has never confirmed who would be returning for “The Suicide Squad,” insiders say the studio has always wanted its biggest stars like Smith and Margot Robbie, who played Harley Quinn in the first pic, to return while figuring out other casting decisions along the way. (Variety)

Big Willy is currently gearing up to star in this year’s Aladdin movie.

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Last month, Will shared a first look at his upcoming BAD BOYS FOR LIF3 movie character.

Days prior, the Philadelphia native jumped on Instagram with a hilarious must-see clip plugging the upcoming action movie.