Will Smith and Martin Lawrence appeared in all three Bad boys trilogy movies as cop partners who often kick and argue. However, in real life, the two are very close, but they quickly fall back to the on-screen roles. They scared a new actor once they said, “That baby was really shaken.”
Will Smith and Martin Lawrence took on their most famous scene from ‘Bad Boys II’
One of the most memorable scenes from Bad boys II that was when Mike Lowrey (Smith) and Marcus Burnett (Lawrence) harass the young man who came to take Marcus’ daughter on her first date. The two men threaten Reggie (Dennis Greene) and find drugs.
Lowrey says he was recently released from prison and put a gun around, marking him at his partner and the 15-year-old boy. Smith and Lawrence appeared to BET that they took much of the view. However, writer Roger Ebert believes that the filmmakers and actors took the scene too far.
“The useless hardship of this scene took me out of the film and into the minds of the producers,” Ebert I wrote about the 2003 film. “What were they thinking? Have they lost touch with human nature and think that audiences will enjoy this view? ”
However, listeners did not always agree with the criticism. Many fans think the scene is funny, even if it’s long.
Smith and Lawrence admit that the actor was very scared during ‘Bad Boys II’
Director Michael Bay was concerned that Dennis Greene could not express the feelings he was looking for for Reggie’s character. So Smith and Lawrence had to pick up the boy without telling him.
“He was a young actor,” said Smith The Breakfast Club radio. “He had never done anything. That was his first job. Michael Bay was therefore concerned that he would not be able to achieve the level of discomfort we needed to achieve the scene. ”
The director asked the old actors to pretend they were not getting on. Smith sat down with the young actor, and Lawrence complained about Smith stepping on his lines.
“Martin and I will start arguing in front of the child,” admitted Smith. “This baby is sitting here, scared.”
When he saw how horrible the actor was, the director immediately shouted, “Action,” and that’s how the scene was born.
“That baby was really shaken,” admitted Smith.
A fourth installment was ordered after ‘Bad Boys for Life’ received rave reviews
Ged Bad boys for life came 17 years after the sequel, the gap between the third and fourth films will not be so great.
Sony hired screenwriter Chris Bremner to start making a fourth film within 24 hours of Bad boys for life hit theaters, according to Collider. There’s no release window yet, but fans can rejoice that it won’t be another 17 years before they see Smith and Lawrence reunite this time around.