Will Smith rocks a black-on-black look as he brings his sci-fi thriller Gemini Man to Japan

Will Smith is taking his new sci-fi thriller Gemini Man to Japan, rocking an all-black look on the red carpet.

The 50 year old actor was all smiles on the red carpet at the Gemini Man premiere held at Toho Cinemas Roppongi in Tokyo, Japan.

The film opened in North America last weekend, and it's slated to open in Japan on October 25, its last international market.

Will in Japan: Will Smith is taking his new sci-fi thriller Gemini Man to Japan, rocking an all-black look on the red carpet

Will in Japan: Will Smith is taking his new sci-fi thriller Gemini Man to Japan, rocking an all-black look on the red carpet

Smith was wearing a black sweater with a sparkling black suit coat and black pants for his red carpet look.

He completed his look with a pair of black shoes as he greeted fans and took the stage with director Ang Lee and producer Jerry Bruckheimer.

Gemini Man earned $20.5 million in its opening weekend, with its current domestic haul at $26.9 million with $72.1 million worldwide, from a $138 million budget. 

Black on black: Smith was wearing a black sweater with a sparkling black suit coat and black pants for his red carpet look

Black on black: Smith was wearing a black sweater with a sparkling black suit coat and black pants for his red carpet look

Cast and crew: He completed his look with a pair of black shoes as he greeted fans and took the stage with director Ang Lee and producer Jerry Bruckheimer

Cast and crew: He completed his look with a pair of black shoes as he greeted fans and took the stage with director Ang Lee and producer Jerry Bruckheimer

Gemini Man follows a man named Henry Brogan (Will Smith), an aging assassin who finds himself going up against a clone of himself.

Smith stars alongside Clive Owen, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Benedict Wong and Douglas Hodge.

Ang Lee (Life of Pi) directs from a script by David Benioff (Game of Thrones), Billy Ray (Terminator: Dark Fate) and Darren Lemke (Shazam!).

Story: Gemini Man follows a man named Henry Brogan (Will Smith), an aging assassin who finds himself going up against a clone of himself

Story: Gemini Man follows a man named Henry Brogan (Will Smith), an aging assassin who finds himself going up against a clone of himself

Smith is coming off one of the biggest box office hits of the year, Aladdin, which has earned $355.5 million domestic and $1.05 billion worldwide.

He also voices super spy Lance Sterling in the upcoming animated comedy Spies In Disguise, alongside Tom Holland, in theaters Christmas Day.

The actor also reunites with Martin Lawrence for the highly-anticipated Bad Boys For Life, in theaters January 17, 2020.

Big hit: Smith is coming off one of the biggest box office hits of the year, Aladdin, which has earned $355.5 million domestic and $1.05 billion worldwide

Big hit: Smith is coming off one of the biggest box office hits of the year, Aladdin, which has earned $355.5 million domestic and $1.05 billion worldwide

Smith is also attached to star in the biopic King Richard, portraying Richard Williams, the father and coach of tennis phenoms Venus and Serena Williams.

He has also recently come aboard to star in The Council, playing New York gangster Nicky Barnes for director Peter Landesman.

The actor also has a sequel to Bright in development, along with a fourth Bad Boys movie.

Ang arrives: Ang Lee hits the red carpet at the Japanese Gemini Man premiere

Ang arrives: Ang Lee hits the red carpet at the Japanese Gemini Man premiere

Jerry: Jerry Bruckheimer hits the red carpet at the Gemini Man premiere

Jerry: Jerry Bruckheimer hits the red carpet at the Gemini Man premiere

Director: Ang Lee steps out on the red carpet at the Gemini Man Japan premiere

Director: Ang Lee steps out on the red carpet at the Gemini Man Japan premiere

Will Smith rocks a black-on-black look as he brings his sci-fi thriller Gemini Man to Japan

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