Actor Jamie Foxx’s co-stars for his new film ‘They Cloned Tyrone” were full of well wishes and support at the film’s premiere as he continues to heal from his recent health scare. After months of confusing reports regarding the state of Foxx’s health, his costars clarified the situation. The Netflix sci-fi drama just premiered in Miami Beach, Florida. On the carpet, actor John Boyega offered a statement to ET. Boyega said “I wanted him to show up here but you know, I know he’s dealing with what he’s dealing with, and we just wish him all the best.”
Additionally, his other co-star Teyonah Parris recalled fond memories of her on-set experience with the actor.”We had so much fun and he’s just such a lively person and he brings such an energy to the set.”I wish Jamie all the recovery and healing. He’s just so amazing,” Parris told ET.
News of Foxx not appearing at the premiere re-ignited the rumor mill of the internet, with many continuing to speculate on the actor’s health. The actor was hospitalized in April for an undisclosed medical condition. His daughter later confirmed that he was on the mend, even participating in pickle ball games at physical therapy in Chicago, Illinois. Previously, conspiracy theorists spread a rumor that Foxx had a stroke as a result of taking the COVID-19 vaccine. His representative clarified that this rumor was false.
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— The Independent (@Independent) June 9, 2023
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As fans of the actor continue to send their well wishes, Netflix’s latest trailer for “They Cloned Tyrone” is making waves across social media. Many viewers already vow to tune to the film this summer.
This looks like it's gonna be a fun watch
— Jeph Jackson (@jephter_jackson) June 13, 2023
The film, directed by Juel Taylor, follows an unlikely trio as they accidentally discover an underground lab in their town is cloning several of their friends and neighbors. They then embark on a quest to stop the experiments. “They Cloned Tyrone” comes to Netflix on July 21.