‘Bad Boys 4’ in works with Chris Bremner rewriting – Deadline


With sony Bad boys for life In the midst of raking in what appears to be the second best MLK weekend opening of all time at the national box office, the wheels are moving for a sequel to the franchise. Deadline confirmed on Friday that Bad boys for life Screenwriter Chris Bremner has been set to return and write the script.

Bremner co-wrote Bad boys for life with Peter Craig and Joe Carnahan, the last of whom joined in a moment to direct the continuation of the work, the third film of the Will Smith-Martin Lawrence franchise, but the first in 13 years.

Currently, the film is surpassing the original box office screenings for its debut during the four-day holiday weekend. Currently, it is projected to raise between $ 63 million and $ 67 million during Monday’s holiday, after the original forecasts had made between $ 42 million and $ 45 million.

There were no further details available on the possible fourth installment, which would certainly bring Smith and Lawrence back together after the original in 1995 and Bad boys ii in 2002 (both directed by Michael Bay).

The long gestation period of the new photo ended when Sony found its directors in the Belgians Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah. It is not known if there is an agreement for them to return.


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