The youngest Keeping Up With the Kardashians star is very supportive of her rumored boyfriend’s Jaden Smith latest film- After Earth.
Kylie Jenner and Jaden Smith have been spotted around town doing shopping together. Expectedly the juvenile thing to do these days is to hit the streets in an Iron Man costume.
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Jaden Smith and Kylie Jenner have been seen walking about in London even having a sweet lunch date at Caffe Nero and attending a Kanye West concert.
The teen powerhouses were spotted kissing at Sophie’s Steak House in Covent Garden on the night of March 1. Looks like Will Smith’s boy is smooth with the moves.
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Posted by Vivi Baldoza as Celebrities at 10:30 AM UTC on Nov, 21 2012
Jaden and Willow Smith went out of Los Angeles to catch some killer waves in Hawaii.
Since the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards caters to the younger market, you’re sure to spot a number of stylish and wardrobe-experimental dudes on the red carpet, or in this year’s case—the orange carpet.
(L-R) Musicians Kevin Jonas, Joe Jonas, and Nick Jonas of The Jonas Brothers suited up in different designer labels. Kevin’s suit and shoes were by Black Fleece by Brooks Brothers; Joe wore a Hugo suit and Sperry Topsider shoes; while Nick opted for a D&G suit.
It’s in the kicks, I’m tellin’ ya! Singer Justin Bieber spruces up what would have been another monochrome outfit with his neon green sneaks.
I was never fond of nepotism. I hate how relatives of celebrities and socialites are given more favorable opportunities in the entertainment industry just because they carry the famous last name. Most of them are terrible in acting, singing, or whatever it is that they’re temporarily interested in—and yet they land the good jobs.
But there are a few “privileged children” who prove their mettle. One is Jaden Smith, 11-year-old son of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett. He’s wrapping up the remake of The Karate Kid, made famous by Ralph Macchio and the late Pat Morita in the ’80s.
Jaden landed the lead role of Dre Parker, an American boy who is forced to move to China with his mom. There, he finds trouble in the neighborhood and learns Kung Fu from Mr. Han, played by Jackie Chan. Mr. Han, the maintenance man, is secretly a master of Kung Fu.
My doubts about this flick were erased when I saw the trailer. The movie didn’t exactly ride on the “wax-on, wax-off” formulas that worked in the ’80s, but there are familiar Mr. Miyagi moments that both the old and young generation can enjoy.
Jaden also shows impressive acting chops and martial arts know-how. He was so good that Jackie Chan was blown away during their shoots last year. “He put my son to shame!” Jackie said in an interview. “I provided my son with the best martial artists in the world, and he could not be persuaded to try it. In just two months, Jaden had learned so much. He is truly a talented boy,” he said.
The film is currently in post-production and I cannot wait to see it in June!