Martin Lawrence and Will Smith, two well-known Hollywood actors, have confirmed that they will collaborate once more on a new “Bad Boys” movie.
On Tuesday, Smith posted a video via Instagram of himself driving up to Lawrence’s house.
“Is it about that time? Bad Boy! It’s official. You know what it is. Bad Boys ‘Four’ life baby,” they declared.
Bad Boys, a popular cop comedy starring the duo, was published in 1995. Then came successful sequels in 2003 and 2020.
Michael Bay directed the first “Bad Boy” film, which was released in 1995. It brought in $141 million globally.
‘Bad Boys II’ from 2003 made $273 million in total, but ‘Bad Boys for Life’ from 2020 made more money than the first two installments combined.
The action-comedy movie talks about two American narcotics police officers who are committed to ending the reign of drug dealers in their city
The two officers battled a mother-and-son team of drug lords who wrecked havoc on their city in the previous sequel.
The new movie is in the early stages of pre-production, according to Deadline. Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah, who directed the third film, will also return to direct the fourth.