Obviously, the actor wants to be a bit more involved with his wife's popular talk show "Red Table Talk."
The actor is the face of luxury brand Moncler's "Genius Is Born Crazy" ads.
"The way that you've grown in the past few years is what parents hope for."
"You were the spark that ignited my Dreams," the "Aladdin" star wrote.
The actress said she took her genie-transformed husband to a movie theater to witness the positive response to the film, despite some unfavorable critic reviews.
Jaden Smith was so late that the Smiths ended up taking a family photo in an alley behind the movie theater.
Naomi Scott and Mena Massoud also joined "The Late Late Show" host James Corden for the comedy bit.
Shining, shimmering and way less creepy!
The actor revives Disney's beloved Genie, first played by Robin Williams. Beware: You can't unsee the results.
To play the Genie, the actor told Ellen DeGeneres he referenced Robin Williams' artistic process, but his interpretation was different.
The highlights include a terrifying Octavia Spencer, Awkwafina's first lead role, Leonardo DiCaprio's grooves and a very blue Will Smith.
Willow Smith also proudly admitted that she was a Will Smith-groupie “deterrent” on the latest episode of “Red Table Talk.”
"I love this man right here," the Fresh Prince said of his son.
The "Fresh Prince" actor was shooting some b-ball outside the set of "Bad Boys for Life" -- instead of school.
"Y’all Call me when you’re ready to shoot the video," the actor wrote on Instagram.
The first full-length trailer for Disney's live-action adaptation finally lets Will Smith's genie out of the lamp.
"I turned 50 and I decided I was gonna do EVERYTHING I’ve ever wanted to do," the actor wrote on Instagram.
The teaser featuring a blue Smith dropped during the Grammy Awards, and people on Twitter had all the jokes.
The two have been married for more than 20 years.