Nine months after it was removed from the release slate, “Bad Boys for Life” is back on schedule as Sony Pictures gave the film a new release date: January 17, 2020. This marks the latest chapter in the saga to bring a third “Bad Boys” film to the big screen, fifteen years after the release of “Bad Boys II.” After years in development hell, “Bad Boys III” was announced back in 2015, with action filmmker Joe Carnahan attached to direct and a release set for February 2017.
With Disney's live-action Aladdin remake gathering pace, it's emerged just how Will Smith plans to take on the iconic Disney character originally voiced by the late Robin Williams.
Will Smith is said to have struck the "biggest upfront money deal in film history" to star in and provide music for Disney's 'Aladdin'.
EXCLUSIVE : 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 Bad Boys For Life , 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…
Netflix has said that those critics who panned its new Will Smith movie Bright – and there were many – are 'pretty disconnected' from what makes a good film.
Mary Elizabeth Winstead has landed the female lead opposite Will Smith in Paramount Pictures and Skydance Media’s “Gemini Man,” sources tell Variety. Variety first reported that Winstead was one of the finalists for the role, with Tatiana Maslany and Elizabeth Debicki also up for the part. Clive Owen is in talks to play the villain, […]
It must be pretty sore for a director to put months, sometimes years into a project only for it to be pilloried mercilessly.
Netflix dropped a new Bright trailer on Tuesday, showing off Will Smith in the midst of a street-level skirmish involving fantastical creatures and a glowing wand that’s also a wish-granting weapon of mass destruction.
Upcoming action fantasy from director David Ayer ('Suicide Squad') definitely isn't family-friendly.
Much-rumoured spin-off movie is forging ahead, but without the star power of either Will Smith or Tommy Lee Jones as the memory-wiping, galaxy-defending Agents K and J.
Smith shares selfie with Mena Massoud, Naomi Scott and Marwan Kenzari as cameras roll on Disney remake from director Guy Ritchie.