Hollywood heavyweight Will Smith has been preaching the message of his latest film role - by urging fans to help others in everyday life.
The I,Robot star was on a promotional tour of Minneapolis, Minnesota for latest movie Seven Pounds when he made the plea to local newspaper The Star Tribune.
He says, "If there's a message, it's, 'you gotta help somebody. Even if it's somebody's car breaking down, use your cell phone. Something little like that. We gotta help one another to get the quality of life we're all striving for."
Smith also reflected on his superstar status - and believes he has lost touch with reality.
He adds, "It's cool to have the goal of being the biggest movie star in the world. But why? It's been revealed to me that the question is, 'Whose life is better because you woke up today?'
"I sat with my children and my 16-year-old son couldn't understand how I didn't know (the U.S. Presidential election) was over already. He was like, 'You're out of touch.'"