Martin Lawrence And Will Smith Reflect On That Time Bad Boys Was Going To Star Two White Comedians

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According to ET, when Jon Lovitz and Dana Carvey were being eyed for Bad Boys, the script was in Disney’s hands and undergoing rewrites. The studio decided to pass on the to-be franchise and Columbia Pictures got ahold of it. Quite a few tweaks were made in its hands, and the rest is history. Will Smith and Martin Lawrence signed on to star in the Michael Bay film, and Lovitz and Carvey would go on to star together with Nicholas Cage in 1994’s crime-comedy Trapped in Paradise.

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