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    'Bad Boys 3' Is Still Very Much Alive. 'Safe House' Screenwriter In Talks To Pen Script

    'Bad Boys 3' Is Still Very Much Alive. 'Safe House' Screenwriter In Talks To Pen Script

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    Flashback To 1996: 'A Thin Line Between Love & Hate' (Martin Lawrence's Magnum Opus?)

    Has Martin Lawrence given us his best work yet? The 47-year old has more than 25 films on his resume; but I'm not concerned with all 25, instead those few films in which Lawrence STARS, and that depend almost entirely on the success of his performance. So, films like the Bad Boys franchise don't cou...

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    Martin Lawrence/Kelsey Grammer 'Odd Couple'-Like Comedy Series Pairing Moving Forward

    An update on this TV pairing first announced in January, which is now on its way to becoming a reality...

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    Martin Lawrence Pairing Up w/ Kelsey Grammer For 'Odd Couple'-Like Comedy Series

    Interesting pairing. Both are apparently free since Kelsey Grammer's Starz drama Boss was canceled last fall after 2 seasons, and Martin Lawrence's CBS pilot wasn't picked up. But if anyone had told me they'd be getting together to star in a comedy series together, I might have ...

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    Jamie Foxx To Direct Comedy w/ Kevin Hart, Ken Jeong + Still Wants To Do 'Skank Robbers'

    While doing press for the Project Imaginat10n short film he's going to direct under Ron Howard's watch, Jamie Foxx revealed in an interview with BET that he plans to direct a feature comedy film, as long as all the various parts come together, stating:

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    'Martin' Turns 20 This Month; Catching Up On Martin Lawrence's Activity Since Its Cancellation

    On August 27, 1992, Martin aired its very first episode on Fox, on its way to a 5-season run, finally closing down on May 1, 1997.

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