Jada: Working with Will is tough!
Jada Pinkett Smith has revealed things can "get a little sticky" when her husband Will gets involved in her work projects.
The actress, who currently stars in and executive produces the TV medical drama Hawthorne, said she valued the Men In Black star's input on the show - but admitted it wasn't always easy to take his advice.
"It's not easy working with your husband, I'm going to be straight up about that! But when we work together, we always get great product," Jada said.
"It's not easy in the process and as we go along it gets easier, but yeah, it's sticky, it gets a little sticky."
Jada was full of praise for her Oscar-nominated husband's suggestions for the show, which will air in the UK on Sony Entertainment Television from April 7.
"My husband is a big-time ghost producer... he is a master-structuralist as far as story is concerned. There's no one better in the business than him in my opinion," she added.
"He understands the pulse of what people want to see, how to create the maximum emotional impact, you know, in act breaks. He, starting last year, was very very involved in Hawthorne and so he's been my knight in shining armour as far as the show's concerned."