Will Smith Supports Wife Jada Pinkett Smith’s ‘Black Panther’ Inspired Project as It Lands on Netflix Globally

Will Smith Supports Wife Jada Pinkett Smith’s ‘Black Panther’ Inspired Project as It Lands on Netflix Globally

Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith are a power couple in Hollywood. Along with pushing each other to be the better version of themselves, they both fully support each other’s work. While the Oscar-winning actor made a comeback with Emancipation, his wife also came with exciting docuseries that just landed on Netflix globally.

As social media platforms are the easiest ways to reach a larger audience, Smith used the platform to support and appreciate the work of his wife. Narrated by Jada Pinkett Smith, Netflix released African Queens: Njinga docuseries on 15 February 2023. To support the work of his wife, the I Am Legend actor posted stories on his Instagram handle. Posting the trailer and poster of the docuseries, he expressed his love and support for his beloved better half.

While being excited about his own upcoming movie sequels, the Emancipation actor didn’t forget to recognize the work of his wife, too. The Netflix Original docuseries is about the reign of Queen Njinga of Angola. It follows the story of the Queen amidst the betrayal by the family and her political rivalries.

The docuseries took inspiration from films like Black Panther and The Woman King. The 54-year-old actor also shared the screenshot of an article that The Hollywood Reporter published about his wife and her work.

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What is the article that Will Smith shared about?

The Hollywood Reporter posted a detailed review of the docuseries. It reported that the voice of the host of the Red Table Talk compelled the viewers to watch more of the story. The docuseries served as an epic drama to the fans. 

As the source pointed out, the story touched upon the personal aspects of the African Queen and their involvement with various political events. While the docuseries would leave you on the edge to know more and more about it, it gives the viewers an exciting experience.

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Have you watched African Queens: Njinga, yet? It is now streaming on Netflix. Watch it and share your reviews with us in the comment box below.

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