One of the most highly-anticipated sequels out there, "Bad Boys for Life," has just started production in Georgia. Hours before the 76th annual Golden Globes, Will Smith teased the first day of filming of the third installment of the Bad Boys action film series, co-starring Martin Lawrence.
“Day 1. I’ll keep y'all posted,” Smith said in a caption to his more than 26 million Instagram followers attached with a photo of several scripts.
The movie is set to hit theaters Jan. 17, 2020. Production for "Bad Boys for Life" was announced back in November.
Smith and Lawrence will reprise their roles as cops Mike Lowery and Marcus Burnett, a duo that has fans eager for more films.
Smith and Lawrence made box office history when the original “Bad Boys” hit theaters in 1995 and became a success. The film grossed $65.8 million in domestic box office revenue.
The duo then came back nearly a decade later with a fiercely produced sequel “Bad Boys II” in 2003.The film grossed $138.6 million.
‘Bad Boys For Life” is being directed by Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah, who are most known for directing episodes of FX’s Snowfall.