Jamie Foxx at the "Day Shift" premiere
ManOfTheCenturyMovie News Jamie Foxx has been released from hospital due to medical complications

Jamie Foxx has been released from hospital due to medical complications

Jamie Foxx at the "Day Shift" premiere

Jamie Foxx was released from hospital following a “medical complication” in April 2023.

The Oscar winner has been “out of the hospital for weeks” according to his daughter Corinne Foxx. During the production of Netflix’s ‘Back in Action’ with Cameron Diaz, Foxx was hospitalized.

“We wanted to share that my dad, Jamie Foxx, had a medical complication yesterday,” Corinne wrote on Instagram on April 12. “Fortunately, thanks to the quick action and great care, he is already well on his way to recovery. We know how much he is loved and we appreciate your prayers. The family requests privacy during this time.

On May 12, Corinne shared on Instagram Stories, “Update from the family: Sad to see how the media goes wild. My father has been out of the hospital for weeks, recovering. In fact, yesterday he was playing pickleball! Thank you for everyone’s prayers and support!”

Corinne joked, “We also have an exciting job posting coming up next week!”

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Fox Entertainment has announced that Nick Cannon will take over hosting duties on Foxx’s ‘Beat Shazam’ while the actor is on the mend. A statement was shared on Foxx’s Instagram account the same day on May 3, “Appreciate all the love!!! Feel blessed. Appreciate you my boy @nickcannon. We will see each other soon.

Foxx is listed on IMDb with 10 upcoming projects in the works other than ‘Back in Action’, with the ‘Strays’ release date having been pushed back.

In April 2022, Foxx tackled his shelved directorial debut ˜All-Star Weekend’, starring Robert Downey Jr., Benicio del Toro, Gerard Butler, Jeremy Piven and Eva Longoria. “All-Star Weekend” was filmed in 2016 and centers on two best friends who win tickets to the NBA All-Star Game, but their travel plans are derailed by a group of outrageous (and mistaken) characters. of breed).

“It’s been tough with the lay of the land when it comes to comedy,” Foxx said CinemaBlend at the time of the now potentially problematic comedy. “We’re trying to break the sensitive corners where people laugh again. We’re hoping to make them laugh and take them straight into “All-Star Weekend” because we were definitely trying hard.

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