Will Smith and Martin Lawrence know a thing or two about Hollywood blockbusters and now it appears that the two funnymen will unite for a third time and complete a trilogy to their "Bad Boys" franchise.
"I believe so yes," Lawrence told Conan O'Brien on Wednesday night after he was asked if the long-awaited "Bad Boys 3" was a possibility.
The original "Bad Boys" paired Smith and Lawrence as two smart-aleck detectives who take down a drug cartel; it was released in 1995 and spawned a sequel eight years later in 2003. Both films were directed by Michael Bay and produced by Jerry Bruckheimer.
"I just talked to Jerry yesterday and he said it's real," Lawrence confirmed. "They're working on a script, they're getting close and it all looks good."