Bad Boys 3

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This week, the long-rumored production of Bad Boys 3 moved forward at Sony Pictures under the new leadership of co-president Michael De Luca, whose mandate has been to bring Sony back to higher quality tentpole films. What better way to get back to big action tentpoles than to go back to the franchise that delivered $273 million at the box office 10 years ago? Somewhere, the characters of Edgar Wright’s Hot Fuzz are excited, as is yours truly. But while the in-talks status of Safe House writer David Guggenheim on the project certainly is news in the right direction, many questions still remain. The biggest of which revolves not just around the franchise’s two leading men, Will Smith and Martin Lawrence, but about the two men behind the camera who built the world around two volatile Miami narcotics cops: Michael Bay and Jerry Bruckheimer.



Nothing says “a sequel is coming” like a little posturing. That’s exactly what’s coming from producer Jerry Bruckheimer this weekend as he junkets for his next film The Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time.



To see Will Smith and Martin Lawrence back in the banter, making action with Michael Bay and producer Jerry Bruckheimer again would be downright dreamy. And according to Lawrence, it’s about to get real.



Either you’re really happy that Michael Bay is actively planning Transformers 3 already or you’re not. Either way, this news post should satisfy you.



Things you should know about this site’s editor: He loves Bad Boys and Bad Boys 2. He also doesn’t care what you say, as Bad Boys 3 is a great idea.

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