AAfter the famous slap Will Smith gave Chris Rock at the Oscars, there were several reports that many of the actor’s projects were on hold. Bad publicity has suddenly become the norm for Smith as he is required to lose millions of dollars if he does not carry out any of these projects. One of them is the highly anticipated ‘bad boys 4‘ film with co-star Martin Lawrence.
There wasn’t much to say about the plans for this sequel other than halting production. However, Lawrence himself came out to dismiss any rumors that the film would not move forward. He even hinted at the possibility of doing more than one of these franchise films in the future. This confirms Will Smith definitely returns to film the fourth installment.
What did Martin Lawrence say about “Bad Boys 4”?
Although he didn’t speak specifically about the slap, Martin Lawrence offered an interview to Ebony magazine and talked about his career. The reporter asked if the slap would affect the film, to which Martin replied, “We got one more at least,” Larence said of the rumours.
He also didn’t talk about the impact of the premiere’Bad Boys‘ had had in his and Smith’s career: “It was huge. For us, we come together and prove that we can deliver, and we can get people at the box office – that two black stars, two stars of the sitcom, could make money at the box office [was huge]. I didn’t go to college, so I figured TV was my college years. I felt with films, I had graduated; it was just different.”
Although Black-smith is still pending to make any kind of public announcement after the slap, Lawrence talking about that means we’ll probably hear from him soon. These interviews are coordinated all the time, especially when the stars involved talk about incidents as big as the slap.
For now, this ‘bad boys 4Confirmation is another reminder that Will Smith is only taking a short break while he gathers his thoughts and finds the best possible way to get back into the limelight. Meanwhile, the whole world is still waiting for him to make an appearance and maybe even make his first statement about what he did at the Oscars.