Fact Check: Does Bad Boys: Ride Or Die have a post-credit scene?

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Ever since Bad Boys: Ride Or Die was released on June 7, 2024, people who have yet to watch the movie have been curious if it contains a post-credit scene. The interest does not come as a surprise, as it is normal for films in the Bad Boy franchise to have such scenes to hint at the possibility of a future project.

Those looking forward to catching the highly anticipated movie this weekend would be surprised to know that the recently released film does not have a post-credit scene like its predecessors did. But does that mean that it's the end of the road for the Bad Boys franchise? We'll discuss the same in detail in this article.

Disclaimer: This article comprises significant spoilers for movies in the Bad Boys franchise. Please read at your discretion.

Bad Boys: Ride Or Die does not have a post-credit scene

In contrast to the other films in the franchise, Bad Boys: Ride Or Die does not have a scene the audiences would have to wait for after the end credits. This has a faction of the audience worried, who are theorizing about the multitude of possibilities concerning the small change.

Some people have been quick to think that this means the end of the Bad Boys franchise. However, some think there is still hope for future installments of the movie. Fuelling the rumors of the second faction of the audience is Bad Boys: Ride Or Die star Martin Lawrence, who plays Detective Lieutenant Marcus Miles Burnett.

In an exclusive interview with Empire magazine, Lawrence expressed his interest in continuing with the franchise as long as he can. With fellow actor Will Smith as a witness, the actor said:

"I’m going to carry on as long as my brother carries on. It’ll be very hard to get rid of me."

So, do Lawrence's comments mean that there is more in line for the Bad Boys franchise? Only time will tell.

What is Bad Boys: Ride Or Die about?


Bad Boys: Ride Or Die marks the return of Will Smith and Martin Lawrence as Detective Lieutenant Michael Eugene Lowrey and Detective Lieutenant Marcus Miles Burnett, respectively. In the June release, the movie's title characters try to clear the name of the late Captain Conrad Howard, who has been accused of meddling with drugs.

The official logline for the movie released by Sony Pictures Entertainment reads:

"This Summer, the world's favorite Bad Boys are back with their iconic mix of edge-of-your seat action and outrageous comedy but this time with a twist: Miami's finest are now on the run."

About cast and crew

Besides Will Smith and Martin Lawrence, who play the lead characters, other actors lend support to the movie's main cast. These actors include:

  • Vanessa Hudgens
  • Alexander Ludwig
  • Paola Núñez
  • Tiffany Haddish
  • Rhea Seehorn
  • Jacob Scipio
  • Melanie Liburd
  • Ioan Gruffudd
  • Tasha Smith
  • Eric Dane
  • Joe Pantoliano
  • John Salley
  • Rhea Seehorn
  • Joyner Lucas
  • DJ Khaled
  • Michael Bay
  • Trae tha Truth
  • Khaby Lame

Bad Boys: Ride Or Die is written by Chris Bremner and Will Beall. It is directed by the duo Adil and Bilall, who also directed the previous installments of the movie. Jerry Bruckheimer, Will Smith, Chad Oman, and Doug Belgrad serve as producers on the film, with distribution handled by Sony Pictures Releasing.

Bad Boys: Ride Or Die is currently available in theatres near you.

Edited by Gayatri Chivukula
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