Read on to see what LT Hutton and Kat Graham had to say about Jada Pinkett Smith blasting All Eyez On Me…
LT Hutton weighed in to TMZ saying that he’s hurt and disappointed Jada decided to blast ‘Eyez’ for including conversations and situations that never happened in real-life.
Hutton also said he and the filmmakers took a few liberties because they were trying to show who Tupac was, who he wanted to be … and who he had to be.
We understand that is was a creative choice, but you don’t fabricate untruth’s in a biopic. We’re NOT buying his excuse.
Hutton was under the impression that Jada Pinkett Smith was all good with the film. He claims that he studied Jada’s own words about Pac in interviews, and feels she was fairly represented. LT had no intention of hurting her.
Maybe he should have spoken to her and had Jada tell him what happened so the movie would have had real scenes, not fabrications. We thought this wasn’t going to be another Notorious.
“When I first got the role, I reached out to [Jada] a year and a half ago…the point of reaching out to her, as well as the other producers on the film, was to insure the integrity of the story and the character.”
The 27-year-old actress also claims:
“I even spoke to her last week and she had nothing but support…I have a lot of love for her. I hope people just see the movie and make the choice for themselves.”
That was before the movie released and Jada saw her scenes. Let’s not forget 50 Cent made some harsh accusations about the movie