The six-episode series will follow the veteran entertainer as he faces extreme challenges in an effort to conquer his fears. Read more…More about Facebook, Mashable Video, Will Smith, Facebook Watch, and EntertainmentView More Will Smith launches “Will Smith’s Bucket List”
Another teaser for the live-action version of Aladdin dropped during the Grammys on Sunday, giving us more of a look at the much-anticipated film.
Fans saw more of Mena Massoud as Aladdin, but we also got to see Will Smith take on the important role of Genie. A very blue Genie.
A glimpse of Smith on the front cover of Entertainment Weekly was published back in December, leaving fans thinking that was the final look for Genie, and for some, perhaps wondering “why isn’t he blue?”
Will Smith is a cool dad, but he’s not above trolling his own celebrity children on social media.
The 50-year-old actor has quite the hilarious Instagram presence, and he gave his 27.5 million followers a real treat on Friday when he uploaded some archival footage of his son Jaden.
You see, back in 2005 when Jaden was six years old, he did what so many kids before and after him have done: He cut his own hair.
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Disney’s live-action Aladdin is one of the most anticipated movies of 2019, and now we have our first look at Guy Ritchie’s adaptation of the animated classic.
In exclusive first photos, Entertainment Weekly reveals Aladdin (Mena Massoud) and Jasmine (Naomi Scott) on the streets of Agrabah, and Will Smith as a, uh…very different genie than what we’re used to.
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There’s no easy way to say this: YouTube Rewind 2018 was … pretty cringey. But YouTuber Jacksfilms made the best of it and created a surprisingly good song out of Will Smith’s bizarre grunting. The resulting musical homage to Smith — The Fresh Prince of Bell-Air star, award-winning actor, and most recently, vlogger — is an absolute bop.
“YouTube’s hot, but he made it hotter,” Jacksfilms raps, with a lighthearted jab at the awkward fact that YouTube Rewind 2018 is the second most disliked video in the site’s history.
But maybe not for long: It’s well on its way to beating Justin Bieber’s “Baby” in dislikes. At the time of writing, a live count of the two videos shows YouTube Rewind 2018 just over 260,000 dislikes behind “Baby.” Read more…View More Rap made from Will Smith’s grunts in YouTube Rewind is better than YouTube Rewind
Can you believe it’s already the end of 2018? YouTube is celebrating its biggest creators with a collaborative video featuring over a hundred vloggers in YouTube Rewind.
The video opens up with Will Smith at the Grand Canyon, a throwback to…
Will Smith revealed the first poster for DIsney’s live-action Aladdin remake in a Facebook post on Wednesday. It features the film’s iconic lamp and a secret about what awaits inside it, as well as the warning “Choose wisely.”
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Will Smith went full vlogger and bungee jumped into the Grand Canyon.
The four-time Grammy winner and man Newsweek once declared “Hollywood’s Most Powerful Actor” has picked up a new hobby: YouTubing. He’s vlogged about his date with a robot, calling the international space station, and recently celebrated a YouTube milestone: one million subscribers.
To ring in the big 5-0, Smith took his vlogging to a whole new level — specifically, to the bottom of the Grand Canyon.
He packed his wife and three kids into the RV he once drove from Philadelphia to Los Angeles and rolled up the Grand Canyon to confront his fear of heights. As they waited at the edge of the canyon, Smith strapped into a helicopter and prepared for the jump. Read more…View More Vlogger Will Smith bungee jumped into the Grand Canyon for his birthday, and livestreamed it
Ethos, the company that bills itself as making life insurance accessible, affordable and simple, has officially come out of stealth with an $11.5 million investment led by on of the world’s top venture firms, Sequoia Capital, and additional participation from the family offices of Hollywood’s biggest stars and an NBA all-star. Jay Z’s Roc Nation, […]View More Celebrity funds from Jay Z, Will Smith and Robert Downey Jr. are backing a life insurance startup
If you thought you knew the story of how the Fresh Prince of Bel Air really came to be, forget that tale immediately. Will Smith has just given us all the real scoop of exactly what went down before he landed the iconic role that changed his life…View More Will Smith finally tells the wild story of how he became the ‘Fresh Prince of Bel Air’
Budding YouTuber Will Smith isn’t afraid to churn out some weird content on his channel, including an attempt at getting frisky with a humanoid.
In his most recent clip, Smith sets himself on a date in the Cayman islands with Sophia the robot, a …
Besides hours of entertainment, TV has also blessed us with some pretty great and catchy theme songs.
To pay homage to this great history, Will Smith and Jimmy Fallon sang some of television’s most iconic themes on The Tonight Show Thursday.
Starting out with the classic intro to Golden Girls, the duo belted along to other theme song classics, including Good Times, I Dream of Jeanie, and Full House.
And of course, they ended with a bang—rapping the intro of Smith’s legendary 90’s sitcom, The Fresh Prince of Bel Air.
Try getting this out of your head. Read more…View More Will Smith helps Jimmy Fallon relive the rich history of iconic TV theme songs