‘I hate this..’: 7′2″ Lakers legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar openly criticizes millionaire Hollywood actress Nicole Kidman for her latest $25m project

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar recently made headlines that are going crazy around the world. The 7’2″ Los Angeles Lakers legend has openly slammed millionaire actress Nicole Kidman for her latest $25 million project. In explaining his reasons, Abdul-Jabbar made some bold statements.

In the aftermath of the pandemic, most aspects of daily life have changed. This is especially true when it comes to going out for something.


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As usual, many people are choosing to do things online, and the impact is clearly visible in the marketplace. For this reason, it is mainly cinemas that have been affected. AMC Theatres, the nation’s largest movie theater chain, thought working on the issue would help resolve the situation.

A check for $25 million was issued by the company to take action to prevent this from happening. One of the main objectives of this event was to raise awareness about films and theaters. The promotion was limited to only movies before.

Laker assistant coach and Hall of Famer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar speaks with reporters at Staples Center on Friday. (Photo by Wally Skalij/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)

In this, Nicole Kidman played an important role, trying to convey the idea through crowd-pleasing films, dark thrillers and tears like “Moulin Rouge”, “Eyes wide closed”, and “Hours.”


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According to Billy Ray, the screenwriter behind Kidman’s famous AMC ad, a sequel is on the way. I got a text from the president of AMC about a month ago asking if I would write the next one, and of course the answer to that question is yes. Ray revealed. “It’s already written.”


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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar reacts to AMC’s proposed $25 million project

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar spoke on the matter, noting how great AMC’s measurement is and that they cast a great actress for the role. Nonetheless, he also pointed out what he didn’t like about the ad with his statement. I hate this ad. I was shocked to read that they spent $25 million, that it has a rabid following, that people didn’t call for its removal.

Plus, the great Los Angeles Lakers mentioned what really bothers him: “The pedigree is excellent, but the content is not. There has already been a lot of buzz on social media about it. Fans can find both positive and negative comments about the announcement online.


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