Will Smith hit back at claims that there is a lack of diversity in the film industry, last night.
Speaking at the Focus premiere in London, the actor hit back at claims and said: "I didn't even think about that really, I can't say I feel negatively about it. I don't really think that it's too much of a problem."
And when asked what he thought of Oprah Winfrey's film Selma - which has received a number of poor reviews - being snubbed at this year's award ceremonies, the 46-year-old said: "Really, my brain doesn't even work like that.
"In terms of what's snubbed and what's not snubbed, people vote for the movies that they want to vote for and they have that right."