With the rest of the family running things in their respective corners, it's time for Mr. Smith to step back into the limelight. Will Smith is set to play the villainous lead in "The Legend of Cain" based on the Biblical story of Cain and Abel... Here's what you had to say: Niecy commented via Facebook: "It's hard to picture him as a villain just like it was hard to imagine Denzel Washington as a villain in "Training Day.'" Ronald wrote via Facebook: "I can picture this one simply because Will has that edge. We got a glimpse of [his] bad side in 'Hancock.'"

Essence.com
Jul, 19, 2010

His wife is running things as lead actress and executive producer of "Hawthorne" on TBS. His son Jaden is a child action hero thanks to his remake of "The Karate Kid." His daughter Willow is a budding fashionista. It's time for Will Smith to step back into the limelight. This time, he's coming back as the bad guy. The "I Am Legend" actor is set to play the title role in "The Legend of Cain," his rep told Entertainment Weekly. "Cain" is based on the Biblical tale of Cain and Able, in which Cain kills his brother, Abel -- only this story includes vampires. Before he takes on the Bible, Smith will face-off with more aliens as Agent J in "Men in Black 3," which is expected to be released in Summer 2012, according to Access Hollywood.