Master of Bayhem Michael Bay made his second "Bad Boys" cameo in "Bad Boys for Life."
It would've been a very different movie if the original actors picked filmed in the roles.
Will Smith just admitted he "fumbled a couple" of his last sequels, and specifically revealed which one he was the most unhappy with.
New details have emerged of an on-set accident on new TV show LA's Finest, which resulted in one of the show's producers losing a leg.
The Hollywood star discusses the empowering nature of her new action-thriller, wanting black women to be part of more mythologies and when we can expect Bad Boys on the small screen.
<strong>EXCLUSIVE</strong>: Looks like the Bad Boys are back in town and the Boys from Belgium will bring them to the screen. Sony Pictures is negotiating with the filmmaking team of Adil El Arbi & Bilall Fallah to direct <em>Bad Boys For Life</em>, the action comedy that will bring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence back together, with an August production start being sighted. Jerry Bruckheimer is back as producer. The most recent draft of the script is by Chris Bremner. This has long been a priority…
<strong>EXCLUSIVE</strong>: In a competitive situation with multiple networks pursuing, a <em>Bad Boys</em> spinoff TV series project starring Gabrielle Union has landed at NBC with a pilot production commitment. The project, centered on the Special Agent Syd Burnett character played by Union in 2003’s <em>Bad Boys II</em> who is making a cross-country move from Miami to Los Angeles, was taken to the marketplace last week by <em>Bad Boys</em> movies' producer Jerry Bruckheimer via Jerry Bruckheimer TV, Doug…
The 'Transformers' director seems to have no interest in returning to the Will Smith/Martin Lawrence action comedy series.
Will Smith has reiterated that a new ‘Bad Boys’ film is still in the works, telling fans that it is “very, very, very close”. It’s been 13 years since Michael Bay’s ‘Bad Boys 2’ and 21 years since the original buddy-cop action-comedy starring Smith and Martin Lawrence.
Writer-director Joe Carnahan (‘The A-Team,’ ‘The Grey’) has some big shoes to fill following on from Michael Bay on ‘Bad Boys For Life,’ the long-delayed third film in the action comedy series with Will Smith and Martin Lawrence. Carnahan tells IO9 that ‘Bad Boys For Life’ has “the strongest script of any of those movies.