Will Smith And Martin Lawrence To Start Filming 'Bad Boys 3' Tomorrow
We've said it once or twice and we have no shame in recycling it again: we ride together, we die together. Bad boys for life.
It's time to really ramp up the excitement because Will Smith has taken to Instagram to get us all geared up for the third instalment of Bad Boys. He promises that it's about to be 'KRAZY'.
Smith posted the picture - which also features co-star Martin Lawrence - on social media earlier today (13 Jan), telling his 27 million followers the good news.
And just as many of us do when we're looking forward to something, the pair reminisced on the previous two films by watching them both over the weekend. Together. Could they be any cooler right now?!
Fans have gone into turmoil with the likes of P. Diddy, Winnie Harlow and Adebayo Akinfenwa also posting to express their excitement.
Back in November, Smith and Lawrence announced the third instalment of the Bad Boys franchise. The two stars met up in Los Angeles and decided to share the good news with their millions of adoring fans on Instagram.
Smith, 50, took a short clip of the pair together and posted it to his 24 million followers with the caption: "It's been a LOOOONG time coming. But now it's Here! @BadBoys For Life :rotating_light: We back!! @martinlawrence."
In the clip, while filming himself, Smith says: "No, no, I'm telling y'all, I'm telling y'all, this is crazy, wait, wait, just wait... it's official, it's official. Bad Boys 3, it's happening, it's official. I'm telling you that's it no more, you can't handle no more."
According to That Hashtag Show, some details of the plot have been leaked. The new film will see Marcus Burnett (played by Lawrence) working as a private investigator having fallen out with Mike Lowery (Smith).
Lowery is in the midst of a mid-life crisis while having to deal with being matched with a new - crucially younger - partner. The pair find themselves reunited after an Albanian man puts out a death order on both men, for the killing of his brother.
The film has a reported budget of $100 million (£77.8m), so there's most likely lots of high-action car chases to look forward to.
Featured Image Credit: Columbia Pictures/Instagram/willsmith