Will Smith is warning kids not to commit suicide in a new series trailer.
His “Wild Wild Country” docuseries dropped on Netflix last month, with the latest set to premiere Sunday. In the trailer, a teenager cries as he talks about his family history of suicide.
“It’s crazy that everybody has siblings that are like, ‘I want to be like my sister,’ or ‘I want to have a brother like my brother,’” he says. “And then after your sister and your brother, you just decide, ‘It’s just not going to work. I don’t want to have you. I don’t want to do this. I don’t want to have you. I don’t want to have children like you.’ And then something gets you, something happens, and you just have to overcome it.”
“Wild Wild Country” explores the rise of the couple controlling a small community outside of Bountiful, Utah. He-Man and a bunch of helpful horses nearly broke out of the compound.
Will Smith’s father committed suicide.
The wild bike trip across America with his dad and sister just ended.