Will Smith is about to be the King of the Internet! He’s some what of a dare devil and he has a new Facebook Watch show called Will Smiths Bucket List.
According to The Source.com:
America’s favorite Instagrammer, Will Smith is taking a page out of his wife’s Jada Pinkett Smith’s book and is launching his own Facebook Watch show called Will Smith’s Bucket Listwhich showcases Will embarking on different journeys to face his fears.
Wednesday Smith shared the trailer for his show via Instagram, with the caption “Okay for the last few months, I’ve been shootin a show called @WillSmithBucketList. I turned 50 and I decided I was gonna do EVERYTHING I’ve ever wanted to do- swim with sharks, do stand up, and make @JadapinkettSmith jump out of an airplane(which is what happens in the first episode.) Which is STREAMING NOW on @FacebookWatch. Link in my bio check it out.”
The first episode in which the Smith Family took on Dubai opens with Will saying “my wife made the mistake of telling me she would do whatever I wanted for my birthday and then I told her what I wanted was for her to skydive with me.” We then hear Jada regretfully say, “this is a horrible plan just know that.” The cameras follow them around as they gear up for the ultimate sky diving experience. On the actual day of the sky diving takes place, Jada admits, “I was pretty much zen the whole time. I just had a moment right at the door before I was about to jump and a moment that I was free falling that I could have gone into a panic but I do. So, I’ve got to realize how much my work is helping me master my mind.”
I guess it’s safe to say that Will Smith enjoyed his birthday.
You can catch new episodes of Will Smith’s Bucket List airing every Wednesday on Facebook Watch.
On another note Will Smith will not be returning for the “Suicide Squad” sequel
According to Variety:
Even with the studio dating the next installment in the “Suicide Squad” franchise, Warner Bros. may already be losing one of the film’s biggest stars.
Even though his return had not been made official, sources tell Variety that Will Smith, who played Deadshot in the original, is not expected to return for the studio’s upcoming sequel. Sources say scheduling was the ultimate factor and that the decision was made on amicable terms between both sides with no hard feelings.
Who will take Will Smiths Place?
Michale B Jordan?
We shall see!