Entertainment Weekly

Martin Lawrence: Getting Real

Martin Lawrence is taking the idea of a one-on-one interview very literally.

It’s a month before the release of his third film, arriving 17 years after —and the actor is outfitted in a black Nike sweat suit, hood on, sitting on a basketball court that’s nested at the house that he bought his mother in 1991 when he first hit it big. Famous for being the brash, motormouthed comic who dominated the small and big screen in the ’90s, Lawrence now exudes a much more quiet, reserved presence, with the hood appearing to serve as his protection. “I come here for peace of mind, just to cool out,” he says of the property, which is tucked away in a very un-Hollywood-like neighborhood in the

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