Jacob Scipio prepared for redemption in Bad Boys 4

The actor Jacob Scipio who played the villain in the third installment of the saga is eager to start shooting the movie Bad Boys 4.

Attention SPOILERS. Surely Jacob Scipio will have an important role in Bad Boys 4, and it seems that the actor is more than ready to pay the enormous debt that Armando Aretas accumulated in the third film. Since at first he was the villain until he changed sides upon learning that he was the son of Mike Lowrey (Will Smith).

After the commercial and critical success of Bad Boys for Life, which is currently the highest grossing film of the year, Sony Pictures quickly announced a new installment with Chris Bremner returning to write the script. In addition, Will Smith and Martin Lawrence will reprise their roles as Mike Lowrey and Marcus Burnett, respectively.

While the character of Jacob Scipio committed many murders throughout the film, the explosive ending saw him finally realize the mistake and although he finally ended up behind bars, they left the door open for his return and redemption.

Thus spoke the actor of his return.

“Armando has a great debt to pay. It was a lot of fun playing that character, I can't tell you, man, I got into some dark places with him. All the stunts and fight scenes that I had fun with. So, to get involved in another movie and be in Bad Boys 4, I'll do it in the blink of an eye because I had so much fun in the first one. People seemed to really enjoy it when they saw the latter and I just want to give them some more of that. "

"In terms of my character arc, I don't know. I don't know anything, I haven't read anything, I have no news to give you about that, I just know that we have only scratched the surface with Armando here and there is a lot of potential for where we could go with him. It could go anywhere in this universe and that's what's so interesting about it. It is dynamic and unpredictable.

On sharing scenes with Will Smith and Martin Lawrence in Bad Boys 4 he commented:

“If that's what the script calls for, man, I'd definitely like to move on to comedy in Bad Boys 4. I don't know how I'll stand up next to a comedy genius like Martin Lawrence, but even being on set to his around, maybe some of the gold dust scattered on me. Then of course I will try. "

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