6. Exotic Locations
Bad Boys II saw Detectives Mike Lowrey (Will Smith) and Marcus Burnett (Martin Lawrence) landing in Cuba to go after a drug lord. The new setting inspired one of the most memorable moments of the series: a high speed chase directly through a Cuban shantytown. As the boys barrel down a hill through hundreds of tin shacks, explosions send rubble flying through the air. We need more crazy sequences like this.
7. Fancy Cars
Bad Boys has always been set in Miami, and everyone knows about the city’s propensity for luxury cars. Smith even rapped about it (“Hundred thousand dollar cars – everybody got ‘em”) in his own hit song about Miami. Will we see some of these super deluxe rides in the next Bad Boys?
8. Career Success
It’s been nearly twenty years since Bad Boys came out in theaters, and it will be a little weird if the boys are still running around the city as lower-level detectives. We'd like to see them move up the career ladder and attack bigger cases. No one wants to be stuck at the same job-level for years and years, so it would be nice to see Detectives Lowery and Burnett at the top of the police department.
9. Great Soundtrack
Both films had absolutely killer soundtracks that were both critically and commercially successful. Nelly’s “Shake Your Tailfeather” (featuring Diddy and Murphy Lee) hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and won the trio a Grammy for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group. The soundtracks had a winning lineup of hip-hop and R&B artists: Snoop Dogg, Notorious B.I.G., Beyoncé, Jay-Z, 2Pac, Warren G, and more.
10. Another Bad Boys Film Set Up
Yep, one of the things we want the most is a set-up for more Bad Boys movies. Since the films are so successful, there's a chance multiple Bad Boys movies will be made. The only problem is Will Smith – he makes so many movies that it's difficult to schedule filming for Bad Boys. Hopefully he gets his priorities in order and we get to see the explosions, jokes and speeding cars in as many Bad Boys movies as possible.