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A hard-living superhero (Smith) who has fallen out of favour with the public enters into a questionable relationship with the wife (Theron) of the public relations professional (Bateman) who's trying to repair his image.
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Boasting a lack of motivation, a week's worth of stubble, and the ability to fly, Hancock struggles with his superhero status even though his talents are needed.
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|Baltimore Sun Michael Sragow The first half is diverting and inventive. But the filmmakers use the second half as a box-office insurance policy. They fill it with the conventional super-heroics and heartbreak that they spend the first 45 minutes gleefully deconstructing.|
|The Globe and Mail (Toronto) Rick Groen The promise is dangled yet never developed. Rather, the narrative slips into a backstory that alternates between confusing and contradictory.|
|Philadelphia Inquirer Steven Rea A rollicking tale of rehabilitation and redemption, rife with cool special effects, Hancock is smart and surprisingly raunchy.|
|The New Yorker David Denby Hancock suggests new visual directions and emotional tonalities for pop. It's by far the most enjoyable big movie of the summer.|
|The A.V. Club Tasha Robinson It's a daring, even mildly challenging mixture for a superhero film, and while the pieces don't entirely add up, the puzzle is at least original.|
|Rolling Stone Peter Travers Bateman doesn't make a false move, and a stellar Charlize Theron springs her own bolts from the blue as Ray's wife. As for Smith, he's on fire. There's nothing like a star shining on his highest beams. You follow him anywhere.|
|The New York Times Manohla Dargis Hancock makes for one unexpectedly satisfying and kinky addition to Hollywood's superhero chronicles. Touching and odd, laden with genuine twists and grounded by three appealing lead performances.|
|Portland Oregonian M. E. Russell In a film marketplace where even the best superhero movies tend to do a lot of the same stuff, I really admire Will Smith and bad-boy director Peter Berg for trying something different.|
- The original title of this movie was Tonight, He Comes, which was then changed to John Hancock, before being shortened to just Hancock.
- Will Smith is a huge fan of professional wrestling and describes Hancock as being like one of his favourite wrestlers, Steve Austin, with super powers.
- Daeg Faerch, who plays Michel, played 10 year old Michael Myers in Rob Zombie's Halloween remake.
- Dave Chappelle was seriously considered for the role of Hancock, but when Will Smith expressed interest in the role he was immediately cast.
- Jason Bateman, who plays Ray, found fame at an early age starring as James on the television show Little House on the Prairie.
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