Rhea Seehorn has reportedly landed a role in the Will Smith and Martin Lawrence-led Bad Boys IV. She will join a growing cast that includes Smith, Lawrence, Vanessa Hudgens, Alexander Ludwig, Paola Núnez and Ioan Gruffudd. Meanwhile, Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah will direct and Chris Bremner works as the lead scribe. At this point, there is no update regarding the film’s premise or Seehorn’s exact role.
Coming out of Norfolk, Virginia, Seehorn is best known for her role in AMC’s Better Call Saul. For seven years, she played the role of Kim Wexler and earned a Primetime Emmy Award nomination in the process. Beyond her role in Better Call Saul, she has also appeared in Veep, House of Lies, Family Guy and The Twilight Zone. Many of her biggest roles have happened in the television realm, but she also appeared in films like Linoleum, Things Heard & Seen and Wyrm.
Having landed the role, Seehorn will join Smith, Lawrence and the Sony team down in Atlanta, Georgia. Production for the project started down south earlier this year, but there is no word as to when the finished product may debut in theaters.