The documentary captures the star in the midst of awards buzz over the 2019 film 'Hustlers.'
"My deepest hope is that these two intelligent, capable men have an opportunity to heal, talk this out and reconcile," Pinkett Smith said.
The 'America's Got Talent' host said he has no recollection of Meghan Markle during her stint as a "briefcase girl" on the game show, 'Deal or No Deal'.
"Best looking lead I've ever seen," a top comment read.
After Chappelle was approached by an alleged attacker at Los Angeles' Hollywood Bowl on Tuesday, Rock likened the incident to Smith's Oscars slap.
"I've always wanted to do that," Chappelle joked at the beginning of a long riff on the incident.
"I feel really bad that he never apologized," said Rosalie Rock of Will Smith, one month after he slapped her son onstage at the Oscars.
This is Jada's first direct statement about the Oscars incident in which husband Will Smith slapped host Chris Rock.
"Divorce can't be an option. With Jada, I stood up in front of God and said, 'Til death do us part,'" Will Smith told MTV News in 2006.
When Jada Pinkett Smith started dating Will Smith in 1995, she was allegedly concerned it would anger Tupac Shakur, despite the two being just friends.
Before he returns as NoHo Hank in Season 3 of "Barry," Anthony Carrigan spoke to Newsweek about his reaction to Chris Rock's joke about Jada Pinkett Smith.
Amy Schumer took a shot at DiCaprio's reputation for dating women much younger than him.
Kenny Rock has said that he and the Rock siblings are still not over the infamous Oscars slap.
Roman Polanski won an Oscar in 2003—25 years after he fled the U.S. to avoid a prison sentence for a guilty plea for unlawful sex with a 13-year-old girl.
"I said some things that hurt people, and I feel terrible about that," Elliott said at a panel hosted by Deadline.
"All right, so a dramatic thing happened, but I just think we've got to get our priorities straight," Michael Bay said of the controversy about the slap.
"If you have to talk to me like that, we can't be together," Will Smith recalls telling Jada Pinkett Smith after she admonished him in front of 20 party guests.
Will Smith "can even go to the afterparty" despite the ban for slapping Chris Rock on stage, SNL "Weekend Update" cohost Colin Jost said.
The veteran actor wrote Saturday that "the only person who can redeem the integrity of the Oscars is Smith himself."
The comedian previously said he was "still processing" the moment he was slapped by Will Smith on stage at the 2022 Oscars ceremony.
The comedian posted the comment to Twitter on Friday.
The actor released a brief statement following the announcement that he's banned from the Academy Awards for 10 years.
The ban includes Smith attending any events virtually.
"We need to recognize that women are the weaker sex, and men are stronger than us," Marjorie Taylor Greene told Matt Gaetz amid her feud with Jimmy Kimmel.
"Violence begets violence," Will Smith said in a resurfaced interview. "I just couldn't connect to violence being the answer, Love had to be the answer."
"Many people living with the condition are suffering, and we must do better to support this community," the National Alopecia Areata Foundation told Newsweek.
Will Smith shared in 2016 that after a girlfriend cheated on him, he decided he would prevent it from happening again by "being the biggest actor on Earth."
"Don't just start filming me without asking me if you can film me," Will Smith is seen telling Jada Pinkett Smith, as she attempts to discuss their marriage.
Ricky Gervais, who previously said he wouldn't have joked about Jada Pinkett Smith's alopecia at the Oscars, has mocked those referring to it as a disability.
The actor told "GQ" in late 2021 he's given himself this permission, but it's resurfaced after "the slap heard around the world" at the Oscars.