‘Bad Boys for Life’ Directors Offer an Update on ‘Beverly Hills Cop 4’

The Bad Boys, it is safe to say, ain’t going nowhere.

The newest feature in the franchise, Bad Boys for Life, dropped in theatres after a 17 year delay after the second one.

Stars Will Smith and Martin Lawrence came back, mega-producer Jerry Bruckheimer came back, but original director Michael Bay did not.

Instead, Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah, known for acclaimed Belgian crime thrillers like Black, made their Hollywood feature film debut on the threequel.

And their debut went swimmingly, earning serious bank at the box office and positive notices from critics.

Surely, the world is …

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