Bad Boys For Life. Will Smith & Martin Lawrence’s Franchise Gets New Editions

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In the 20th anniversary year of Will Smith and Martin Lawrence’s Bad Boys film, fans have more than nostalgia to look forward to. Sony Pictures has confirmed box office dates for 20 films, as reported by Variety. Within the extensive lineup, a February 2017 box office date has been set for Bad Boys 3. This follows the initial 2004 sequel, which used original director Michael Bay and additional ’95 cast members. If that was not enough, Sony also gave the green-light to Bad Boys 4, due out a four-year-degree away, in July, 2019. However, the publication is unable to confirm if Lawrence or Smith are attached to either picture.


Within the announcement, Sony plans to add sequels for Underworld and Resident Evil, along with a remake of Robin Williams’ Jumanji.

Without Martin Lawrence and Will Smith, are you locked and loaded for another Bad Boys sequel?

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