Comedian and actor Martin Lawrence tied the knot over the weekend. The funnyman married his longtime girlfriend, Shamicka Gibbs, on Saturday at his Beverly Hills home.
People magazine reports that 120 guests, including Oscar-winning actor Denzel Washington and fellow comedian Eddie Murphy, watched the pair swap vows. The couple's daughters served as flower girls and guests celebrated the nuptials under a tent in Lawrence's backyard.
In addition to getting married, Lawrence has been mulling a different kind of pairing on the big screen. The star revealed to MTV News earlier this year that he might team up with Will Smith for another installment of the action-packed "Bad Boys" series.
"I got Big Willie to come down and see me about the movie. I felt special," Lawrence told MTV News in April. "Any time you can get Big Willie to come out and talk about doing a third installment of a hot movie like 'Bad Boys,' you have to take notice. I met with [director] Michael Bay, and he said he's onboard too — so it's real."
Lawrence said the decision to bring the buddy-cop series back to theaters is in the hands of a Hollywood bigwig. "We're just waiting on [producer] Jerry Bruckheimer to let us know when it's really real." In an interview with MTV News the following month, Bruckheimer seemed open to the idea of a Mike Lowery-Marcus Burnett reunion. "We're talking about it," Bruckheimer said. "Will Smith came up with a terrific idea for a screenplay, and we've been working on a script, so we'll keep our fingers crossed."