In the making of this third film are Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah, a Moroccan-born Belgian duo who caught Hollywood's attention with two action thrillers, the award-winning "Black – Love in Hatred" (2015, which premiered in Portugal) and "Patser" (2018, still unpublished here). They also made the first two episodes of the series "Snowfall".
It was in 1995 that director Michael Bay joined two actors like Mike Lowrey (Smith) and Marcus Burnett (Lawrence), lifelong friends and Miami police, who had to meet in a race against time between shootings, murders and persecutions. by car, $ 100 million worth of heroin stolen from a warehouse where the authorities kept evidence of the crimes.
Made for just $ 19 million, "The Bad Boys" earned over 141 at the worldwide box office and helped establish their career in Hollywood. And of course, a sequel appeared in 2003, "Bad Boys 2," which grossed 270 million worldwide, considered a disappointment at the time because the budget had soared to 90 million, confirming the change in status of its stars.
Despite this, at least since 2008, Hollywood has been trying to join the duo and after many promises and setbacks (there were three release dates), "Bad Boys Forever" will hit theaters on January 16, 2020.