- Thu Aug 14, 2014, 9:04 AM GMT
The on-screen partner of Will Smith in the buddy cop movie series reveals that script for the third installment is currently in the works.READ MORE
Being successful in “Bad Boys” (1995) instantly lured other fruitful contracts for Martin Lawrence including “Blue Streak” (1999), “Big Momma's House” (2000), and the follow up of the previous successful movie, “Bad Boys 2” (2003). Martin Lawrence is undeniably an actor who is capable to present crime in a comedy. In 1990s, this genre had definitely been Lawrence's area of domination.
Not only on screen, but most of this actor, producer and director's life has been loaded with humor. Little Lawrence who was born on April 16, 1965 in Frankfurt, Germany moved to Maryland at the age of six. His father left the family soon afterwards leaving behind six children for his mother to feed. Lawrence might not help financially but his side job was to entertain his mother with jokes. Even at school, Lawrence was the 'clown' of the class. He made an agreement with his teacher that he would stop acting funny during class hour if he was given some time in the end of the class to perform in front of his friends.
Lawrence says, 'It isn't even about which one gets the bigger laugh,' while Grammer thinks 'in the end [Lawrence's] going to win on the laugh front.'READ MORE
The yet-to-be-titled comedy will feature Grammer and Lawrence as Chicago lawyers from 'vastly different backgrounds who unexpectedly meet in court on the worst day of their lives.'READ MORE
The 'Big Momma's House' star has filed for divorce from his wife of nearly two years, Shamicka, just one day after the estranged couple announced their separation in April.READ MORE
Announcing the separation through his representative, the 'Bad Boys' star says that he and Shamicka 'will continue to remain friends' out of love and respect for one another.READ MORE