Will Smith and his wife Jada Pinkett Smith have been together for nearly two decades, and after all those years the couple still show each other the kind of affection and attention usually reserved for newlyweds.
The pair walked the red carpet at the Hollywood premiere of Will's new drama Focus, and they stopped to talk to ET about their love, their family and the possibility of working together in the future.
ET's Nischelle Turner started out by speaking with Jada, when Will surprised his wife by sneaking up and planting a few soft kisses on her neck.
When asked about the obvious strength of their love, Will revealed that their relationship works because they put in the effort to make it thrive.
"We've survived. That's the thing that's difficult, that people don't understand about love, you think it's all flowers and everything. But love gets created by making it together," Will, 46, said.
Aside from working together to make their relationship flourish, the couple revealed that they may soon start working together on a film project. Specifically, they might adapt a comic book Jada, 43, wrote when she was 20 called Menace.
"Jada has got so much stuff, and she's always like, 'Babe, it's not ready yet,'" Will joked. "I'm just gonna grab your stuff one day and just put it out."
"We really might do something with Menace, for sure," Jada added.
Check out the video for more from the Hollywood power couple, including which of their kids are better con-artists, and what Jada thought of Will's steamy role in Focus.
Focus hits theaters February 27.