Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Sony Shelves Bad Boys for Life


Last year comedian Martin Lawrence announced the long awaited 'Bad Boys' sequel 'Bad Boys for Life' was finally headed to theaters [click here if you missed that].

Not anymore...

According to reports 'Bad Boys for Life' starring Martin Lawrence and Will Smith has been pulled from Sony's schedule.

The third installment of the 1995 Bad Boys franchise had been set for a November 2018 release.

13 comments:

Unknown said...

Martin lawrence and Will Smith must have stopped sucking dick for the bigwigs.

Anonymous said...

I dont care about this movie...

I am still made that the bank robbers movie with Martin and Jamie Foxx never came out after they did that teaser at the award show. That movie would have been everything!!! Years later and still nothing....

Anonymous said...

*mad

Anonymous said...

8:56

i wondered about that as well.

Anonymous said...

they're too old. its like 10 years since the last one.

the first one came out in '95

the sequel came out in '2003

now another one not even schedule for 2018????

Malika JustMalika said...

8:56, that was never a real movie. It was just them goofing off for that awards show clip. They were in talks later on to bring it to the big screen, but that clip wasn't meant to be a movie initially.

Anonymous said...

9:39 I know it wasn't a real movie... however after the clip came out from the awards show, Martin and Jamie did pose the idea of making a movie due to the high demand from fans. Obviously the deal fell through

Anonymous said...

According to reports from WHOM?? WHO is the source??

iketernr said...

@8:56
I'm glad that ish is not turned into a movie. Tired of seeing bros in dresses.

Anonymous said...

Most likely they wanted too much money with both of their over inflated egos and Will does not have that appeal anymore and who wants jada out here blaming everybody and so called trying to boycott shit because Wills time has past. Now Martin will forever be funny but he don't need Will. Like the Lethal Weapons and Rush Hours can we just stop at 2.

Anonymous said...

@10:37

men in dresses sparked the Transgender movement.

there's nothing wrong with men especially black men expressing themselves.

Anonymous said...

Men in dresses is not self expression it is a detestable practice and the agenda of the elite white devils/reptilians who control the world

Anonymous said...

No. When Flip Wilson did his wildly popular "Geraldine" character 45 yrs ago. You didn't see a wave of Black Men wearing dresses. It's a socially & society is more accepting.

As far as Bad Boys, I don't think Sony wants to spend the money because neither star is as Bankable as they once were. This is the perfect opportunity for Black celebs to pool their resources & do their own thing.

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