Fan-made trailer reinvents 'The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air' as a dramatic film

An impressive fan-made trailer imagines what The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air would look like if it crossed over from the world of sitcoms to that of dramatic films.Cinematographer and director Morgan Cooper says he grew up in the nineties watching the show starring Will Smith and "always thought there was more to the story" – hence his decision to reinvent it in his own trailer.The almost four-minute clip uses the same basic narrative elements as the sitcom , but adds a dramatic undertone absent from the beloved show.From extras.In Cooper's version, just like in the TV series, a young man named Will gets sent to live with relatives in Bel-Air, Los Angeles, after getting into a confrontation in his native West Philadelphia.The trailer, however, has Will arrested for carrying a gun – a narrative arc not featured on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air .Will can then be seen for the rest of the clip attempting to adjust to his new home.Cooper said on social media that more than 100 people worked on the trailer, both in front of the camera and behind the scenes.