After close to two decades, the Bad Boys are finally back on our screens! The duo of Will Smith (Mike Lowrey) and Martin Lawrence (Marcus Burnett) are back for what is reportedly one last time in Bad Boys for Life. The third film in the Bad Boys franchise was directed by Bilall Fallah and Adil El Arbi and produced by Jerry Bruckheimer.
Bad Boys for Life picks up after a failed assassination attempt on Mike Lowrey. Mike then teams up with Marcus for one last ride as they try to figure out who tried to kill him. The duo soon finds out that the assassin is linked to Mike’s past. Bad Boys for Life has been well received by fans and critics, with some stating that it is the best Bad Boys film.
Read on to find out where it will be available for streaming.
Will Bad Boys for Life come to Netflix?
At this point, it is difficult to predict with certainty whether Bad Boys for Life will come to Netflix.
The film will be distributed by Sony Pictures Releasing. Sony usually releases its films to the highest bidder when it comes to streaming rights. For instance, Spiderman: Homecoming is streaming on Netflix while Spiderman: Far from Home is due to appear on Hulu on 31st January 2020.
We will just have to wait and see where the film lands.
Where will Bad Boys for Life be available for streaming?
We suspect that Bad Boys for Life will be available on Sony’s streaming service Crackle before it heads out to any other streaming service.
Crackle is jointly owned by Chicken for the Soul Entertainment and Sony.
Similar Films on Netflix
There are plenty of action films that you can enjoy on Netflix before Bad Boys for Life becomes available for streaming.
Olympus has Fallen – Gerard Butler’s character (Mike Banning) finds himself in the middle of an assassination attempt on the US President. The attack is carried out by a bold and heavily armed militia that attacks the President inside the white house. The only thing standing between them and their task is Mike. Olympus has Fallen is all about action, guns, and explosions.
Inglourious Basterds – Quentin Tarantino never seems to make bad films, and he didn’t disappoint with Inglourious Basterds. The Brad Pitt-led film is set in Nazi-occupied France during World War two. The plan is to assassinate Nazi leaders by any means necessary. Like Bad Boys for Life, Inglourious Basterds delivers plenty of action with bits of rib-cracking comedy.