Will Smith Jokes He and Jada Are Shooting for 'at Least 20' Years of Marriage

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ET caught up with Will Smith at the Palm Springs International Film Festival, where the Golden Globe nominee joked that he and wife Jada Pinkett have nearly completed their marriage.

"We have 18 years this year," the Concussion star said of their wedding anniversary.

"We decided we're going to go for at least 20," he added with a laugh.

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The happy couple celebrated their 18th wedding anniversary on New Year's Eve, but Smith had another milestone to celebrate on Sunday. He was honored with the Creative Impact in Acting Award at the PSIFF.

Other notable honorees include, Johnny Depp and Cate Blanchett (Desert Palm Achievement Award), Matt Damon (Chairman's Award), Brie Larson (Breakthrough Performance), Saoirse Ronan (International Star Award) and Rooney Mara (Spotlight Award).

The awards gala, which took place Jan. 2, was hosted by former ET host Mary Hart, who was overwhelmed by her pal, Johnny Depp, backstage.

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"I love the fact that we've done these interviews over the years," he said. "From the second that I started out, you were right there, and I was always happy when I knew it was going to be an interview with you."

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