Will Smith of Hollywood has announced that on November 9, he will receive his first Memoir.
Penguin Press, an impression of Penguin Random House, will publish the book Smith co-written with Mark Manson.
Via video announcement in Instagram and the book website, Smith shared the cover art and published his memory date. The actor revealed that for the last two years he has worked on this book.
Smith said in the video, “It’s been a love labour. The memoir is “the result of a deep journey of self-knowledge that takes you to account for what you want to be and what you can leave behind,” according to a press release on the website.
It traces the learning curve of Smith to a place where external success, internal happiness and human connection are harmonised. New Orleans based visual artist Brandan ‘BMike’ Odums has made the cover art of this book.
Smith donated $4,600 for Democrat Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign. In celebration of Obama’s prize-winning, on 11 December 2009, Smith and his wife hosted the Nobel Prize in Oslo, Norway. Smith said in 2012 that he supported the legalisation of homosexual marriage.
In 2021 Smith announced that his upcoming film Emancipation, which he sees as a restrictive vote, is pulled from Georgia due to the recently enacted Election Integrity Act of 2021.
Smith and Antoine Fuqua, Director, issued a joint statement, “The government with regression-based voting laws designed to restrict it cannot be supported financially by good conscience.