The on and off-screen father and son suited up to promote their latest film, in which they play Cypher and Kitai respectively, in Moscow on May 27.
Will Smith and son Jaden Smith arrived in Moscow, Russia on May 27 for promoting their upcoming sci-fi film "After Earth". Greeting fans lining up in Gorky Park on Monday afternoon, Will sported black suit over a navy blue shirt while his son opted for a white hoodie under his suit. Both actors were all smiles posing on the wing of Russian spacecraft Buran.
"After Earth" marks the second time Will and Jaden are featured as co-stars. Set 1.000 years into the future, the latest flick from director M. Night Shyamalan centers on a young boy named Kitai who navigates an abandoned and sometimes scary Earth to save himself and his estranged father Cypher after their ship crashes.
Sitting down with Vulture, Jaden revealed that after having taught him the know-how in the film industry, his dad started looking at him as "an actor." "So it [starring in 'After Earth'] was like a collaboration, you know what I'm saying?" the 14-year-old actor and rapper said.
Asked whether he would love to act opposite his dad in another film, Jaden answered, "I definitely would do another one, absolutely. You know, how Johnny Depp and Tim Burton always do movies together, Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio? We'll have a relationship like that."
Also supported by Zoe Kravitz and Sophie Okonedo, "After Earth" will arrive in theaters across the nation on May 31.