Jaden Smith Reviews 'Doctor Strange': 'I'm Going to Dedicate the Rest of My Life to Those Practices'

Jaden Smith
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Jaden Smith poses for a portrait backstage at  Day 2 of the Fader Fort presented by Converse at Converse Rubber Tracks Studio on Oct. 24, 2014 in Brooklyn.

The young actor may be ready to be the next Sorcerer Supreme.

His father might play a DC villain, but Jaden Smith is firmly on team Marvel for this one.

The young actor shared his thoughts on Doctor Strange late Thursday (Nov. 3), and he's taking the movie's message of studying the mystic arts quite seriously. In fact, he may have ambitions to be the next Sorcerer Supreme, judging by his review.

"Just Watched Doctor Strange, Im Completely Blown Away, And I'm Going To Dedicate The Rest Of My Life To Those Practices. Thank You," he tweeted Thursday.

Director Scott Derrickson and the official Marvel Studios account were among those to retweet Smith, whose father Will Smith played Deadshot in this summer's Suicide Squad.

Smith, 18, has been known to lend support to DC heroes, appearing at this summer's Suicide Squad premiere and dressing as Batman for prom in 2015. But it seems Benedict Cumberbatch et al. have cast a spell on him.

Doctor Strange is in theaters now.

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