Will Smith and Martin Lawrence celebrate the 26th anniversary of 'Bad Boys'

RACHEL GEORGE
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Will Smith and Martin Lawrence transformed into their iconic characters, detectives Mike Lowry and Marcus Burnett, to celebrate the 26th anniversary of their classic film, "Bad Boys."

In a video shared to both actors' Instagram pages on Wednesday, 52-year-old Smith dons his signature sunglasses as 55-year-old Lawrence put his police badge around his neck, mirroring the movie's poster.

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PHOTO: Martin Lawrence and Will Smith are shown in a scene from the 1995 film 'Bad Boys.'  (Columbia Pictures/Getty Images, FILE)
PHOTO: Martin Lawrence and Will Smith are shown in a scene from the 1995 film 'Bad Boys.' (Columbia Pictures/Getty Images, FILE)

"When we say FOR LIFE we mean it," Smith wrote. "Bad Boys came out 26 years ago today!"

Lawrence added, "Today marks 26 years and we STILL riding strong! Bad Boys for life!"

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The original "Bad Boys" movie came out in 1995. Smith and Lawrence reprised their roles in 2003's "Bad Boys II" and again in 2020 for "Bad Boys for Life," which won Outstanding Motion Picture at the 52nd NAACP Image Awards in March.

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During their acceptance speech, Smith and Lawrence hinted they're developing a fourth and final installment in the franchise.

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