What question should I ask Will Smith?
January 5, 2005 7:40 AM   Subscribe

I need a question to ask Will Smith via Q Magazine. It would get me £25 and fulfil a long held ambition to see my name in the magazine. You can ask whatever you want. Why you would give me the question and not go the extra step of submitting it yourself I don't know.
posted by kenaman to Media & Arts (14 answers total)
Will Smith? Ask him about Tucks.
posted by mendel at 7:44 AM on January 5, 2005

the likeliness of your question being published seems dependent on a good answer, so ask about something he enjoys talking about and will give a good response to.
posted by poipill at 8:18 AM on January 5, 2005

mendel's question wins.
posted by birdherder at 8:20 AM on January 5, 2005

Response by poster: The Tucks angle is great, just that it is an English magazine and I don't they are tuck-aware. Squeezing in an explanation would be difficult.
posted by kenaman at 8:33 AM on January 5, 2005

Ask him what the hell happened to DJ Jazzy Jeff.
posted by scarabic at 9:49 AM on January 5, 2005

Ask him what he would do if his kids got pulled over for speeding in his fancy car.
posted by drezdn at 9:50 AM on January 5, 2005

Ask him if he really said this.
posted by Caviar at 10:14 AM on January 5, 2005

Ask him how he sleeps at night, knowing (as a self proclaimed geek) that the media he produces pays for both the MPAA and RIAA to stamp all over the concept of copyright in the name of big business.
posted by seanyboy at 10:21 AM on January 5, 2005

Ask him to give you some money. That's always a valid question.
posted by mr_crash_davis at 10:29 AM on January 5, 2005

Ask him what classic movie he would most like to remake and star in.
posted by Sidhedevil at 10:36 AM on January 5, 2005

Does he see himself more as a comedic actor or an action movie star?
posted by robocop is bleeding at 10:55 AM on January 5, 2005

This is something I've been wondering about with regards to acting in general, but it certainly could be tailored to Will specifically. The question: When you're on the set of a light comedy like Wild Wild West or Men in Black, when the camera is off , do you actually joke around more and have more fun than when you're shooting a more depressing film like, say, Where the Day Takes You? Or, to put it another way, does the tone of the story or the temperament of your character affect your mood as a person? [Could be phrased better, but hopefully I'm getting the idea across].
posted by Clay201 at 11:50 AM on January 5, 2005

He carries those big guns in Bad Boys & Bad Boys II and yet he doesn't shoot that hopeless no talent clown Martin Lawrence? What's up with that? That's what I want to know.
posted by NekulturnY at 12:42 AM on January 6, 2005

Response by poster: Thanks a million guys I will sumit all of them and see how it goes. If any of them get printed I will contact you through mail to celebrate....
posted by kenaman at 3:17 AM on January 6, 2005

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