Bad Boys for Life featurette brings us back to the first two films
Before the Bad Boys for Life theatrical release next week, Sony Pictures released revealed a new feature film from the long-awaited threequel action comedy featuring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence as they recall the first two films. Check out the video on the player below!
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The new installments focus on the Miami PD and the attempt by its elite AMMO team to overthrow Armando Armas, head of a drug cartel. Armando is a cold-blooded killer with a cruel and provocative nature. He is committed to the work of the cartel and is sent by his mother to kill Mike Lowery. Paola Nuñez will take on the role of Rita, the tough and funny criminal psychologist who is the newly appointed boss of AMMO and Mike's ex-girlfriend … the one who escaped.
Along with stars Will Smith and Martin Lawrence, Joe Pantoliano (The Sopranos) will also reprise his role as Captain Howard, along with Theresa Randle (Spawn), returning as Theresa, Marcus's wife. They will be joined by new cast members Vanessa Hudgens (The Princess Switch), Alexander Ludwig (The Hunger Games) and Charles Melton (Riverdale), who will play a modern and highly specialized police unit that clashes with the old school Bad Boys (Smith and Lawrence) when a new threat arises in Miami. Other newcomers include Jacob Scipio (Hunter Killer), who will play cruel drug cartel leader Paola Nuñez (The Son), and DJ Khaled in an unspecified role.
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The first two Bad boys movies were directed by Michael bay. Directors Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah will take the reins of the last entry in a script by Peter Craig (Bad Boys 2), Joe Carnahan (A-Team) and Chris Bremmer. Jerry Bruckheimer will resume his role as producer. Doug Belgrad will also produce, with Smith, Barry Waldman, Mike Stenson, Chad Oman and James Lassiter as executive producers.
Bad Boys for Life will hit theaters on January 17, 2020.
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