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Will Smith Disappointed 'Concussion' Didn't Have More Impact On NFL

Actor Will Smith had expected the 2015 film “Concussion,” in which he plays a pathologist who exposes the truth about traumatic brain injuries in National Football League players, would lead to serious change in the sport. Instead, alarming scientific research that the movie highlighted went largely overlooked, which Smith said came as a surprise, he told Vanity Fair. “I thought ‘Concussion’ would have a bigger impact,” Smith told the magazine.
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