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WATCH: Will Smith skydives in Dubai on pilot episode of new web series

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Mar. 03, 19 | 5:20 am

Hollywood actor Will Smith showed the beauty of Dubai in the pilot episode of his new web series titled “Will Smith Bucket List”.

Smith has previously said that Dubai is his “favorite city on earth”, so it only seems fitting that the first episode of his web series shows him tapping his adventurous side and skydiving in the emirate.

Posted on February 27, the 22-minute video shows Smith and his entire family channeling their inner daredevil as they jump off a plane and glide with parachutes midair.

Since the video has been posted, it has already gained more than 35 million views.

The caption of the video says: “Will Smith has one wish for his 50th birthday – that his wife Jada Pinkett-Smith goes skydiving in Dubai. Will he be able to convince her? And if not, will his sons Trey and Jaden Smith step up to the task of getting Jada to take the ultimate plunge?”

Smith also posted a video on his Instagram to share a short backstory of their skydiving experience.

“Jada’s afraid of heights, she doesn’t like flying, and she never ever would think that jumping out of a plane would be fun… but she agreed to do it. That’s love and this is my Bucket List,” he said.

Aside from his skydiving experience in Dubai, the series synopsis also revealed that the sixth episode will show him and his son trying out f1 racing in Abu Dhabi.

“A little healthy competition? Smith and older son Trey head to Abu Dhabi for a one-on-one, winner-takes-all F1-style race. And who better to help than F1 champion Lewis Hamilton?” the synopsis of the sixth episode, which will also be the finale, reads.

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