Director: Adil El Arbi, Bilall Fallah

Writer(s): Chris Bremner, Joe Carnahan, George Gallo and  David Guggenheim (characters), Anthony Tambakis (screenplay)

Starring: Will Smith, Martin Lawrence, Alexander Ludwig, Vanessa Hudgens, Joe Pantoliano, Paola Nuñez, Charles Melton, Kate del Castillo, Happy Anderson, Emily Towles, Melissa Kennemore, Jennifer Badger, Bianca Bethune, DJ Khaled, Massi Furlan, Ivo Nandi, Nicky Jam, London Seabreeze, Sharon Pfeiffer, David Shae, Patrice Sepulveda, Leah Renee-K, Anthony Molinari, Hans Marrero, Jacob Scipio, Derrick Gilbert, Ariel Hines, Matthew Carter, Shacai O’Neal, James William Ballard, Yessenia Hernandez, Gissette Valentin, Maynard Bagang, Brandi Cohen, Maria Z. Wilson, John Gettier, Lauren Buglioli, Iliana Tzikas, Cowboy, Joseph Velez, Rory Markham, Ellen Marguerite Cullivan, Roderick Bell, José Alfredo Fernandez, Landon Brooks, Brandon Michael Thomas, Steve Heinz, Thomas Brag, Troy Brenna, Ryan L. Price, Elvia Hill, Jay Amor, Scott Rapp, Wil Gonzalez, Sidnei Barboza, Erica Askew, Laura Ault, Arami Malaisé, Karel Curras, Asjah Ferguson, Pedro Tavarez Jr., Rose Bianco, Frenchi Firecracker, Eneida Mascetti, Jamil C. Winston, Jenin Gonzalez, Jeff J.J. Authors, Mario ‘Vocol’ Booker, Buddy Watkins, LeBron Daniel, Austin Bollinger, Victor Morey, Ariel Rosario, Jennifer Vo, Scott D’Esposito, Athena Akers, Damian Costello, Kiley Opsal, Taina Dominguez, David L. Marston, Tony Kim, Rosie Bernhard, Sergio Briones, Misty Autery, Carlos Guerrero, Fred Galle, Bradford Norris, Sarkis Ninos, Cal Johnson, Thaddeus Wilson, McDaniel Austin, Davis Aguila, Savanna James, Chick Bernhard, Adrian De Armas, Krystel Blot, Santos Caraballo, Nick Puya, Norma Alvarez, Ashae Reagan, Lindsey Thaxton, Lyra Barillas, Onur Can Karatas, Alex Gailey, Brandon Parker, Aaron R Freckleton, Joe Crosson, Tom Bui, Ryan Castle, Luis Saldias, Manuel Rivera, Micah Ramos, Ronel Similien, Kevin Petruski Jr., Jamil Khan, Miguel Insignares, Asa Rodger Turner, William Haithco III, Monica Henry, Alex Guevara, Alex Bernadotte, Marlene Rivera, Stacey Barrera, Dominique Saunders, Melissa Rodriguez, Kerwood Canel, Eric Mcintyre, Ricardo Burgos, Michael Bay, Daniel Sergio Bertot, Ruben E. A. Brown, Matthew Byrge, Darin Ferraro, Joseph Giambrone, John C. Gregory, Maxwell Highsmith, Julia Kay, D.L. Lewis, Josue Louis-Charles, Roy Luke, Marx Mitchell, Andy Nazario, Diezel Ramos, Jonathan Sienkiewicz, Robert Tinsley

Synopsis: Marcus Burnett is now a police inspector and Mike Lowery is in a midlife crisis. They unite again when an Albanian mercenary, whose brother they killed, promises them an important bonus. READ REVIEW

Release Date: January 17, 2020 (USA) | Length: 123 min | Genre: Action, Comedy, Crime | MPAA Rating: For Strong Bloody Violence, Language Throughout, Sexual References, and Brief Drug Use.

Note: Also known as Bad Boys 3. Release date was initially set for a June 2, 2017 and was later pushed back to January 12, 2018, and has now been pushed back again, to November 9, 2018. March 7, 2017 it was announced by The Hollywood Reporter that the films director, Joe Carnahan (who was also that latest screenplay writer on this project), quit and that it was likely the films release date would be changed again. The release date for the film has now been moved off of the release schedule by Sony, but they are suppose to be working on the script. Martin Lawrence told Entertainment Weekly that he doesn’t think the film will happen. We’ll see.

More writers were added to the credits, so this project may be moving forward. Film added back to schedule. Release date January 2020. Variety says the producers have agreed on a script and filming is set to begin early 2019 with 2020 release date still standing. John West Jr., Jaies Baptiste, Sharrie McCain and Travis Thompson were in the original cast list but not in the final one.


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