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Will Smith Movies Quiz

Will Smith has starred in 27 movies. How many can you name?
Voice only in parentheses
Credited roles only. Through December 16, 2016
Last updated: December 06, 2016
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Year
Co-Star
Movie
2016
Keira Knightley
Collateral Beauty
2016
Margot Robbie
Suicide Squad
2015
Alec Baldwin
Concussion
2015
Margot Robbie
Focus
2014
Colin Farrell
Winter's Tale
2014
Will Ferrell
Anchorman 2:
The Legend Continues
2013
Jaden Smith
After Earth
2012
Tommy Lee Jones
Men in Black III
2008
Rosario Dawson
Seven Pounds
2008
Charlize Theron
Hancock
2007
Alice Braga
I Am Legend
2006
Jaden Smith
The Pursuit of Happyness
2005
Eva Mendes
Hitch
(2004)
Robert de Niro
Shark Tale
Year
Co-Star
Movie
2004
Bridget Moynahan
I, Robot
2003
Martin Lawrence
Bad Boys II
2002
Tommy Lee Jones
Men in Black II
2001
Jamie Foxx
Ali
2000
Matt Damon
The Legend of Bagger Vance
1999
Kevin Kline
Wild Wild West
1998
Gene Hackman
Enemy of the State
1997
Tommy Lee Jones
Men in Black
1996
Jeff Goldblum
Independence Day
1995
Martin Lawrence
Bad Boys
1993
Donald Sutherland
Six Degrees of Separation
1993
Whoopi Goldberg
Made in America
1992
Dermot Mulroney
Where the Day Takes You
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level 5
May 26, 2012
Good Quiz. Although I did Bad :)
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level 81
May 27, 2012
Wow, this guy doesn't work much, does he?
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level 75
Jun 6, 2013
an average of about 1 film per year. Pretty nice life. But not necessarily a bad thing from a career standpoint. Don't want to saturate the market with yourself the way Katherine Heigl or Seth Rogen have. People will get tired of seeing you.
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level 81
Jun 6, 2013
It's just uncommon to see a high-caliber box office draw making so few films. Compare his resume to Brad Pitt's or George Clooney's. Each has made about twice as many movies in about the same timeframe.
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level 71
Jan 21, 2016
Yeah, it used to be Brian Dennehy or Louis Gossett Jnr. Seemed for a while that no movie was made without at least one of those two in it.
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level 81
Dec 10, 2016
The point wasn't to compare him to guys like the above who make a ton of movies (generally smaller roles). The point was to compare him to other A-list "movie star" lead actors (at least as of a few years ago) who make as much bank as possible while they are still considered "hot". I would be tempted to label this as his being selective in the roles he takes, and I guess most of these meet the qualification of being either good movies or big moneymakers. Still, though, Wild Wild West and After Earth? Maybe they're the exceptions that prove the rule.
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level 66
Jun 3, 2012
At $20m per movie, plus royalties from all of the music and reruns. Who needs to work a lot? Not to mention that his wife and kids all make mad dough too.
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level 75
Jun 6, 2013
When did he have a magic touch? Wild Wild West and Shark Tale weren't exactly Oscar worthy, and pretty much tanked at the box office as well. Hancock makes it on to my Worst Highest-Grossing Movies of All Time quiz. Even ID4 was a turd, in spite of its commercial success. The original Men in Black was fun, Ali was okay, I Am Legend was okay even though they messed up the ending, and I, Robot was pretty good. Not exactly a spotless resume. After Earth wasn't as bad as Bad Boys II.
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level 75
Jun 6, 2013
okay I take that back. I didn't realize that After Earth was a Shyamalan movie... I just read that and now I believe the 12% fresh score at Rotten Tomatoes. One of the few directors in Hollywood that can rival Michael Bay's badness...
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level 20
Feb 1, 2014
personally i thought ali was a class film but yeah.. agree mostly with the others, haven't seen after earth, just hear his son ruins it basically
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level 44
Aug 14, 2014
"He is the only actor to have eight consecutive films gross over $100 million in the domestic box office, and 11 consecutive films gross over $150 million internationally and the only one to have eight consecutive films in which he starred open at the number one spot in the domestic box office tally." That would be the magic touch. It has nothing to do with what the critics think or the Academy or any other anecdotal spin you want to put on it.
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level 75
Mar 14, 2015
$100 million isn't that much these days especially given the type of heavily-promoted widely distributed movies that Smith tends to make.
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level 51
Jun 19, 2016
ID4 was a quintessential 90s movie you monster. And even though you took it back, shame on you for propping up After Earth above BBII. smh.
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level 75
Aug 3, 2018
Terminator 2 > Independence Day. The 90s could and did do better.
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level 16
Feb 1, 2014
Fell at Where the Day Takes You :(
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level 44
Aug 14, 2014
I'm just struck by the fact that I've only seen 2 of his movies, Bagger Vance and Six Degrees, which aren't even the films he's known for.
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level 31
Oct 3, 2014
You spelt happiness wrong
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level 66
Nov 2, 2018
That's how it's spelled in the movie title.
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level 70
Mar 14, 2015
Seven Pounds and The Pursuit of Happyness were both pretty good. Bagger Vance as well, the others...not so much.
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level 50
Mar 14, 2015
he didn't star in anchorman
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level 75
Mar 14, 2015
Yeah that was really just a cameo. Also, every time I try typing in "ID4" for "Independence Day"... but it never works except the one time it was an answer on one of my own quizzes.
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level 80
Feb 18, 2016
I expect ID4 to be accepted too. It was marketed under that name.
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level 80
Dec 6, 2016
It is accepted now. Yay!
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level 45
Apr 17, 2016
I was trying suicide squad for ages for margot Robbie then remembered she was in focus with him as well
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level 60
Jun 8, 2016
Suicide Squad can be added soon.
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level 70
Nov 28, 2017
My favorite was "Enemy of the State", but that may have more to do with Gene Hackman being in the movie than Will Smith's talents. Still, he was fine in that.

"Seven Pounds" is a close 2nd, then "I, Robot" (which I was pleasantly surprised by), and "I Am Legend".
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level 70
Nov 28, 2017
Which reminds me....is Gene Hackman considered JetPunk-worthy? Or is he too old to have his own Movie quiz?