The third, and final (?), installment of Men in Black is in theaters now!
Agent J travels in time to MIB’s early years in the 1960s, to stop an alien from assassinating his friend Agent K and changing history.
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The new trailer for the time traveling experiment known as Men in Black 3 has arrived for your viewing pleasure.
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If you have been longing for another Men in Black movie because you really want to see comedic antics involving space aliens, and you have been dying for another Will Smith hit single, you can start doing your happy dance… right… now.
According to Pajiba, Josh Brolin, Jemaine Clement, Alec Baldwin, Gemma Arterton, Sharlto Copley, Nicole Sherzinger, and Emma Thompson are in the running. Brolin will play a young Agent K, while Baldwin will play a 1969 version of the MIB boss, with Thompson tapped to play the modern day head of the agency. Copley will get to play an alien, with Arterton playing a MIB secretary. Apparently, Sherzinger will cameo as Clement’s girlfriend, with Clement playing the big bad in the movie.
What does 1969 have to do with all of this? Sources have Smith and Jones traveling back in time and meeting the younger Brolin, and apparently the rest of the MIB from the early days of the agency.
Are you ready for another Will Smith music video extolling the virtues of being an undercover agent working to protect the planet from forces outside the solar system?Â It looks like Sony pictures is moving ahead with a third installment of the popular Men in Black franchise with Barry Sonnenfeld returning to direct the new movie.Â The Hollywood Reporter has pegged Etan Cohen, of Tropic Thunder fame, to write the picture, but as of this writing, no deals have been finalized.
The addition of Cohen, who is said to be deep into his draft, signifies theÂ studioâ€™s intention to continue the franchiseâ€™s top-tier status.Â The CAA-repped writer is a hot commodity, penning the sequel toÂ â€œMadagascarâ€ and the Will Ferrell-toplined Sherlock Holmes project, thje latter also for Sony, as well as â€œThunder.â€
So where is Will Smith in all of this?Â The MIB is MIA as there has been no commitment from the box office star.Â Without Smith, the project might find itself DOA, PDQ.