Bad Boys for Life may be truer than you think. Fresh off a fantastic opening weekend which saw the film open at $106.7 million worldwide, Sony is already making plans for a fourth film which would see Will Smith and Martin Lawrence return once again.
According to THR, Chris Bremner, who worked on Bad Boys for Life has been tapped to pen the fourth outing in the franchise which began back in 1995.
Sony does not want to waste time here, as it took seventeen years to get from Bad Boys II to Bad Boys for Life. Certain factors came into play then, but they don’t seem to be an issue anymore.
Like Sony, I want more Bad Boys, but I don’t want them just making them for the sake of it, I want the film to have a natural progression and have stakes and consequences for their actions.
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