“We ride together, we die together, bad boys for life.”
After months of delaying and rescheduling, the third Bad Boys film production was back on track to be released next year. But the project may not hit the theaters anytime soon. Recent reports confirmed that the movie just lost its director Joe Carnahan.
Joe Carnahan (The A-Team, The Grey) replaced director and producer Michael Bay, and shared a pre-viz of an action scene last year. But it seemed like Sony Pictures’ may delay it for few months, again. Some reports said that the director left the project due to scheduling conflicts, and others to creative differences.
On working again with Martin Lawrence , Will Smith said:
“I saw Martin a few weeks ago,”
“I haven’t seen him for about two years. We just looked at each other. We hugged. In that moment, we knew we were making another ‘Bad Boys.’ We’re definitely doing another one.”
The original Bad Boys was released in 1995 and it grossed $65 million domestically, $141 Million worldwide with just a $19 Million budget. Bad Boys II was released in 2003. with a $130 Million budget the movie grossed $138 Million at the domestic Box Office, and reached a worldwide gross of $273 million.