Martin Lawrence and Will Smith, two prominent Hollywood actors, have announced their collaboration for a new installment in the Bad Boys series. On Tuesday, Smith shared a video on Instagram where he could be seen driving up to Lawrence’s house and declaring the official news. “It’s about that time. Bad Boy! It’s official. You know what it is. Bad Boys Four life baby,” they said.
However, no further information regarding the start of production or cast details have been made public yet. The Bad Boys franchise, a cop comedy, first hit the screens in 1995, directed by Michael Bay and went on to earn $141 million worldwide.
The sequels, Bad Boys II and Bad Boys for Life, released in 2003 and 2020 respectively, received an even bigger response with a combined gross of over $273 million. The movie follows the lives of two American narcotics police officers who strive to put an end to the drug lords’ reign in their city.
The previous installment saw the two officers face off against a mother-son duo of drug lords causing chaos in their city. According to Deadline, the new film is currently in its early stages of pre-production. The directors of the third film, Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah, are also set to direct the fourth installment