Jada Pinkett Smith supports her husband, Will Smith, in every role he takes, whether or not it turns out to be a successful film. However, over their 23 years of marriage and two years of dating, Jada has one favorite career. She is not usually upset about what the critics say about her husband ‘s films, but this time she did.
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Since 1992, Will Smith has appeared in over 35 films and made almost 20 more non-appearances. He remains one of the most successful actors of his generation and still pursues both major hits and smaller projects.
In 1995, Smith appeared Bad boys along with Martin Lawrence and immediately began to take control of the box office. Fans started looking forward to his films, which were released every summer – Independence Day, Men in black, Enemy of the State, Ali.
He was the only actor to have eight consecutive films packed with more than $ 100 million in the domestic box office, starting with Men in black II in 2002. In the early 2000s, every film in which Smith was famous was famous; Bad boys II, I Robot, Shark story, Hitch, Pursuit of Happiness, I am a myth and Hancock. Although the last film received rave reviews from critics, it became its eighth consecutive hit of $ 100 million, with more than $ 624 million worldwide, according to IndieWire.
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After Hancock, Will didn’t hit every year now, but he continued to rule. He signed the Golden Globe for Conclusion in 2015. The following year, it appeared Suicide squad, which raised more than $ 745 million worldwide.
In 2019, Will surpassed all of his albums by appearing as the Genie in the animated version of the 1992 Disney movie Aladdin. The film is Will’s highest ever rating, with a box office worldwide worth over $ 1 billion.
“I was so happy, I was, especially since the critics weren’t so good,” Jada expressed her views on Aladdin Jimmy Kimmel Live.
“Smith, with the impossible task of keeping up with the performance of Robin Williams’ distinctive voice, is easily doing his part,” he wrote. Hollywood Reporter. “His infectious personality shines through, and he even manages to infiltrate his cow-swilling Genie with moving emotional moments. ”
The reviews were mixed, but overall the film was a worldwide success and will remain Jada’s favorite role in her husband’s 30-year career.