Will Smith Won’t Return For ‘Men In Black 4;’ ‘Bad Boys 3’ Needs Him!

By Mradula Mahajan | 1 year ago
Will Smith Won’t Return For ‘Men In Black 4;’ ‘Bad Boys 3’ Needs Him!

Will Smith seems to be in no mood to reprise his role. The talented actor has given Hollywood with so many blockbuster franchise, but is not interested in continuing them. Will Smith has turned down offer to reprise his role in “Independence Day 2” and “Men In Black 4” too.

“Men In Black” has planned to start with another trilogy. The first three parts of “Men In Black” has awesome combination of Will Smith and Tommy Jones, but looks like the new trilogy will be revamped to become standalone trilogy and won’t have top agents Kay [Tommy Jones] and Jay [Will Smith]. Although, return of Tommy Jones is still speculated but Smith is for sure not returning for “Men In Black 4.”


Producers of “Men In Black” films, Walter Parkes and Laurie MacDonald revealed to MailOnline that the project is very active and they are in middle of things.

Not only this, there is no confirmation from Will Smith’s part for the role of “Bad Boys 3” too. Michael Lawrence who played the character of Detective Marcus Burnett confirmed that “Bad Boys 3” is under development now.

Lawrence informed Ecumenical News, “Even before his [Lawrence] announcement this year, there have already been talks about developing the movie, however, most of the efforts failed to actualize.”

Joe Carnahan is proposed to lead the new “Bad Boys” but there has been no confirmation from his end whether or not he will take up Michael Bay’s directorial seat.

Although, there are slight chances that Will Smith will return to “Bad Boys 3,” Lawrence was seen nudging Smith over Instagram saying, “11 years ago today, Bad Boys II was released in theaters. Feelin’ it’s about time for number 3…..What do you think Will Smith?”

However, Will Smith hasn’t confirmed any updates on any of his blockbuster franchises’ sequels.

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