Will Smith is able to open up about his life story in his memoir referred to as “Will.”
Penguin Press introduced Sunday that Smith will launch the memoir on Nov. 9. The actor-rapper, 52, shared a photograph of the e book’s cowl artwork to greater than 54 million of his followers on Instagram, pointing out that the portrait by visible artist Brandan “B-mike” Odums is made up of 5 layers.
“There’s levels to it,” wrote Smith in a post, alongside with a video of the artist’s course of. “Each repping a different stage of my life.”
Smith stated he’s “finally ready” to launch the memoir after engaged on the e book for 2 years. His e book might be revealed by Penguin Press, an imprint of Penguin Random House and co-authored by Mark Manson, the creator of “The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F(asterisk)ck.”
“It’s been a labor of love,” Smith stated in his announcement video. “It is finally ready.”
Smith may even narrate the audiobook of “Will” from Penguin Random House Audio.
“Will” appears to inform a narrative about Smith’s life and profession. The e book will delve into him being raised in West Philadelphia to getting into superstardom as an actor and rapper with TV’s “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” “Bad Boys” and “Men in Black.”
Smith is a two-time Academy Award nominee and gained a four-time Grammy winner.
Smith has been a busy man this Father’s Day weekend, taking on internet hosting duties for his spouse, Jada Pinkett Smith, in a particular Sunday episode of Facebook Watch’s “Red Table Talk.”
On the episode, Smith and “Fatherhood” star Kevin Hart opened up about their largest parenting errors and life lessons they’ve realized from their households.
Hart mirrored on his 2018 scandal during which he got here beneath hearth for initially refusing to apologize for previous homophobic tweets, which he stated his 16-year-old daughter, Heaven, discovered notably upsetting as a result of “she couldn’t process how people could think this about her father.”
“It was so tough, because this is when I started to realize how my fame has an impact on my household,” Hart stated.
Smith stated he and his spouse realized they should inform their youngsters “everything” themselves in terms of web gossip in regards to the well-known couple.
“We just try to get out ahead of it so the kids know before the world knows,” he added. “We’ve had a couple that get to the kids before we had a chance and that’s excruciating.”
Contributing: Associated Press, Hannah Yasharoff