Will Smith’s life could also be getting flipped-turned the wrong way up once more.
The actor, who’s producing a reboot of the “Contemporary Prince of Bel-Air,” joked a few potential return to California — however not because the troubled teen all grown up.
“Man, I might must be Uncle Phil in that one. I might be 50,” the “Shiny” star mentioned on “The Graham Norton Present.”
“Like, ‘c’mon, Aunt Viv, I am 50! I can not exit alone?’”
Rumors of a “Contemporary Prince” revival started circulating in August, however little particulars have been launched but.
‘Contemporary Prince of Bel-Air’ – The place are they now?
The unique NBC sitcom ran from 1990 to 1996, starring Smith as a West Philadelphia native despatched to Bel-Air to reside together with his aunt (Janet Hubert-Whitten, then changed by Daphne Maxwell Reid) and uncle (James Avery).
Avery died in 2013.
Smith did have some harsh phrases for the sitcom, although.
“It was my very first position, and I used to be very, very targeted on being profitable, so I realized the entire script and everybody else’s strains,” he mentioned on the present.
“When you watch the primary 4 or 5 episodes, you possibly can see I’m mouthing different individuals’s strains. It’s horrible and I can’t bear to observe it.”