‘Better Call Saul’ star Rhea Seehorn Joins ‘Bad Boys 4’


The Emmy-nominated actress will join Will Smith and Martin Lawrence in the upcoming action-comedy.

After closing the book on Kim Wexler and Better call Saul with Last Season 6, Rhea Seehorn dive into the world of action comedy. Deadline reveals that Primetime Emmy nominations are on the rise naughty boy 4, the upcoming sequel to the beloved buddy cop franchise currently shooting in Atlanta. As of now, the role he will play in the film is unknown.

Details from naughty boy 4The story is kept close to the vest, but it is expected to pick up where Bad boy for life leave – with Will SmithMike Lowrey and Martin LawrenceMarcus Burnett took over the reins of Advanced Miami Metro Operations (AMMO). Two best friends and a rule-breaker cop are set to reunite once again, coming 30 years since they first hit the big screen with Michael Bay‘S Naughty boy. This installment will see a comeback Adil El Arbi And Bilal Fallah to the director’s chair with Chris Bremner script.


Seehorn added another seasoned name to the list of actors who will join Smith and Lawrence. Other cast features Venessa Hudgens returns as gunsmith Kelly alongside fellow AMMO vet Paola Nunez And Alexander Ludwig with newcomers Ioan Gruffudd. Eric Dane, meanwhile, will enter the franchise as a new villain. Smith produces with Jerry Bruckheimer And Doug Belgrade while Lawrence executive co-produced James Lassiter, Chad Oman, Mike Stenson, Barry Waldman, And Jon Mone.

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Where Have We Seen Seehorns Before?

Seehorn has a pair of Emmy nods to her name, one of which came for her role as Kim Wexler, a skilled lawyer and Jimmy McGill’s love interest aka Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) live on Better call Saul. His other nomination was earned for playing notorious Hollywood jerk Kris Latimer whose arrival in Cooper’s (Louis Mustillo) Tiki bar’s backyard changed the prospect of everyone there looking to make one last big push for glory. While he is best known for his small screen exploits which are also included Whitney, VeepAnd Twilight Zonehe has also found success on the big screen with hits such as Linoleum with Jim Gaffigan. Last year, it was also announced that he would be returning to work together Better call Saul And Falling apart creator Vince Gilligan to lead a new series on Apple TV+ that is currently under wraps.


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