Will Smith & Martin Lawrence talk about their movie premiere for “Bad Boys 4” (includes video story)

Bad Boys are back in Miami making waves after 30 years.

The series, which has now reached four parts, centers around the hilarious friendship between Will Smith as Mike Lowrey and Martin Lawrence as Marcus Burnett. 

The latest installment was directed by Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah. It was distributed by Sony Pictures with a budget of $100 million. 

Videos by residents have been going viral on social media about the recent filming of Bad Boys 4 in Brickell, downtown Miami and Fort Lauderdale. 

Caplin News  Reporter Daniela Zulueta asked the stars what they would like to communicate to the people of Miami about this film. 

“Sorry for the traffic because we were shooting.” said Will Smith, American actor and rapper. “We paid attention to the blessing that we have to be able to make a movie together in Miami after 30 years. I would say the biggest difference is we slowed down and really enjoyed this one more than any of the other ones.” 

The movie comes out in local theaters on June 7.

Daniela Zulueta is pursuing her master’s degree in global strategic communications and graduated from FIU with a bachelor’s degree in digital broadcasting in 2023. She also holds an associate’s degree in journalism from Miami Dade College. Zulueta loves the city of Miami and aims to share the stories of the citizens who live here and all over the world. Zulueta runs a social media platform with her husband called @Lifestyle_Miami where she works with local businesses and does community based work. Currently, she works for NBC6 South Florida & Telemundo51 as a stage manager and wants work both behind the scenes and as an on-air talent.

Alejandro Sanchez tiene una licenciatura en estudios internacionales y una maestría en ciencias políticas de la University of West Florida. A lo largo de su carrera ha trabajado como investigador para la Organización Internacional para las Migraciones (OIM), y el Estado colombiano en la implementación de políticas de paz. Actualmente, cursa la maestría de periodismo en español de la Florida International University.