Will Smith is entering a new phase of his career and wants his fans to join him on it in ways they haven’t before.
Powering his reinvention? A quest for authenticity. Authenticity, he delivered in a remarkable interview with TIDAL’s Elliott Wilson about , Donald Trump, Drake, his masculinity and why he is no longer married to Jada Pinkett-Smith.
We don’t even say we’re married anymore. We refer to ourselves as life partners, where you get into that space where you realize you are literally with somebody for the rest of your life. There’s no deal breakers. There’s nothing she could do—ever. Nothing that would break our relationship. She has my support till death and it feels so good to get to that space.
My father died on Nov. 7 and Trump was elected on Nov. 8. I literally don’t know which one of those was worse for me. That time was a deep changing for me in my life. My father dying sort of released me to be me.
Smith’s live action remake of ‘Aladdin’ impacts theatres next year.