The One Thing Arnold Schwarzenegger Told Will Smith That He'll Never Forget

Will Smith is currently on a press tour traveling the world promoting his new Netflix film “Bright”. During his time on tour, Smith sat in several interviews to answer questions about the film for its premiere in Mumbai, Tokyo, and other major cities across the world. When he wasn’t promoting the movie, he spent his off time reading and trying to improve the lives of others because he believes he made his career while on press tours, which he compares to a political campaign.

For a good ten years, Smith and Tom Cruise battled during their press tours to see who could stay on the red carpet longer answering questions, signing autographs, and taking pictures. During one of these tours, Smith found himself in a room with Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, and Sly, so asked them how to become the biggest movie star in the world. Speaking with a nearly perfect Schwarzenegger impression, Smith recreated the moment, “If your movie is only big in America, it doesn’t matter. You’ll be a movie star only when you’re a movie star in every country in the world. You have to travel, you have to go, you have to meet the people.” After Schwarzenegger offered this advice, Smith wanted to be in every country in the world, which he has now achieved.    


While most trends seem to move towards safer and more well-protected activities for children, this might be the wrong approach when it comes to playgrounds. At least, that’s what a recent video from Vox’s By Design series, which explores the concept of “adventure parks,” argues. "They can play with any dangerous tool, they can take really dangerous risks and overcome them, and this builds up a tremendous sense of self-confidence in themselves," Marjory Allen, landscape architect and the person most responsible for popularizing the adventure park concept, said in an archival interview.

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