Will Smith & Martin Lawrence Have Wrapped Filming ‘Bad Boys For Life’

Posted On : April 20, 2019

It’s official the third Bad Boys instalment  – otherwise known as Bad Boys For Life – has finally finished filming!

The eagerly anticipated return of Will Smith and Martin Lawrence’s cop comedy is set to be headed for cinemas on January 17 2020, according to Den of Geek.

“Bad Boys. It’s A Wrap”

Smith and Lawrence announced the end of filming by sharing a shot on social media. 

The firm friends sat in chairs in Miami Beach in the shade of two black and white umbrellas.

Sharing the image on Twitter, Lawrence captioned the post: “Bad Boys. It’s a wrap!”

Meanwhile Will Smith shared the picture and a few other candid behind-the-scene snaps for his 30-million Instagram followers.

What Do We Know So Far About The Film?

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That Hashtag Show revealed more exclusive plot details:

“The film will see Lawrence’s character Marcus Burnett working as a private eye after a falling out with Smith’s Mike Lowery, who is going through a midlife crisis as a bachelor who finally wants to mature, all while dealing with a new a young and cocky partner who is loyal to Lowery but that loyalty is not reciprocated, and finds bond with Burnett when he returns to the fray.”

According to Maxim, the cops are brought together to take down Armando Armas, a head of a drug cartel. Armando, played by Jacob Scipio – is described as “a cold-blooded killer with a vicious, tainting nature.”

He had a vendetta against Lowery and Burnett for the death of his brother. Armando’s whole family is corrupt with his own mother demanding that he kill Smith’s character.

DJ Khaled Makes A Feature In The Film

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Alongside Smith and Lawrence, we’re going to see stars like Vanessa Hudgens, Kate del Castillo, Paola Nunez, Jacob Scipio, Alexander Ludwig, Joe Pantoliano and Charles Melton in the film.

DJ Khaled is also set to make a guest appearance. 

Belgian film and television makers Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah are attached as directors. The film’s budget is set at over $100 million – more than five times more than the original movie.

So fans of the first two movies can expect faster car chases and bigger explosions.