Will Smith and son Jaden Smith have done it again and as they hope to break box office records with their latest film ‘After Earth,’ the father/son duo have been heavily promoting non-stop. From traveling to Taiwan for a sit down with the show’s popular host Woody where Will was challenged and succeeded in planting a kiss on his son Jaden. Will who recently while on The Ellen DeGeneres Show attempted to kiss his son but failed as Jaden was able to dodge him but succeeded while doing an interview for a popular Taiwan show. The father/son duo have traveled everywhere and done some major press as father/son for their film ‘After Earth’ but for the ‘After Earth’ New York premiere the entire Smith family showed up in full force including Will’s elder son from his first marriage, Trey who is also known as Ace in the DJ world. The Smith family is not shy when it comes to supporting one another as they have all shown up to support one another in their solo ventures as well as ventures as a family.
This time it is Will and Jaden getting the support from wife and mom Jada along with daughter and little sister Willow and son and big brother Trey as the family posed happily at the New York ‘After Earth’ premiere. The ‘After Earth’ premiere also brought out some other big name stars such as the always stunning Vivica A. Fox, Russell Simmons along with date Hana, Wyclef Jean with his family, Victor Cruz, rapper 50 Cent, as well filmmaker Spike Lee and his family.
The promotion of Will and Jaden’s film ‘After Earth’ has brought some controversey to the Smith family as rumors peaked that Jaden was leaving the Smith home to live on his own. However, Will through a pubicist has denounced the rumors and in a few interviews recently, including in a recent sit down with Global Grind the young star again denounced the rumors of him moving out on his own. Jaden also discussed his and his dad’s film ‘After Earth,’ along with wanting to skate with Lil Wayne and his dad’s anger management. Watch the full interview here:
After Earth opens in theatres worldwide May 31.
-Kelly J Newson