In the mid-'90s, Will Smith was known for being a TV actor and a rapper, but he longed to make a name for himself on the big screen. However, there's one key scene in Bad Boys that Smith credits with making his career what it is today. Smith then revealed that he and Bay compromised, and he opened the shirt to reveal his chest without totally taking it off. Fast forward to 25 years later, and fans still talk about that scene. I made your career,'" Smith relayed. It's been 17 years since the second Bad Boys movie, but Smith said he and co-star Martin Lawrence re-connected like it was nothing.
San Francisco has proved a perennially popular location for filmmakers. The Golden Gate Bridge, the Bay, the alarmingly steep streets and the diverse neighborhoods provide as rich a backdrop for movies as anything New York City and Los Angeles offer. Professional drivers did most of the stunts, but McQueen performed a couple of them himself. Though some of the prison scenes were filmed at Paramount Studios in Los Angeles, much of the movie was made at the prison, which had been abandoned after its closing. It is famous for its mix of Victorian, Edwardian and Mission Revival houses. However, the polychrome house used in the film is on the corner of 19th and Texas Streets in Potrero Hill. Streets that feature in the car chase influenced by the one in Bullitt included Fresno, Kearny and Dunnes Alley.
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In one scene, Hart insists that Ferrell go to a top LA brunch spot and give oral sex to a random patron in the bathroom to learn — I guess? Yes, this movie equates consensual gay sexual activity with actual rape. Cut to Will Ferrell in a restaurant bathroom gagging at the sight of a penis for the amusement of a multiplex audience.
While many of us would love the opportunity to make out with the most popular Hollywood actors Colin Firth, Orlando Bloom, or Leonardo DiCaprio are all worthy examples, in our opinion , there are stars who have felt the exact opposite. Though we'll never actually know the extent of the fervently intimate scenes we may have missed out on as a result of their decisions, at the end of the day it was their choice, and we really can't be too mad at that. So which actors refused to make out with their co-stars? Here they are, and let us just warn you: Some might even be your faves. Irish-American actor Neal McDonough isn't down with smooching anyone other than his wife, which has often caused tension in his career.