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Men in Black III will feature real alien...Lady Gaga??

02.28.2012

In an inspiring move, no doubt motivated purely by artistic merit, Lady Gaga is rumored to have a part in the forthcoming sequel MEN IN BLACK III. Fans of the series have remained hopeful for the project despite numerous reports over the last year of trouble during the film's production. This stunt-casting news could only fuel more fan-boy outrage.

Brazilian website ElCorilloRD.com first reported the story that the pop diva would be making an appearance in the film series about a secret government agency that controls earth's connections with aliens. The third film in the series finds star Will Smith going back-in-time to solve the mystery of his partner's (Tommy Lee Jones) disappearance.

We should remember that MEN IN BLACK II featured a very funny cameo by the late Michael Jackson. But is it a retread to once again feature a musician known almost as much for her weird on-and-off stage antics as she is for her music? If Gaga is featured as an alien life form (ALF?), isn't in the Same. Exact. Joke?

And can we PLEASE only use the name HOMENS DE PRETO 3 from now on when referring to the film, and be just as happy as these two about the title?

As we near the films May 25th, 2012 release date, we can expect conformation, and news on other celebrity cameos.

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Extra Tidbit: Until then, which celebrity would you like to see in MEN IN BLACK III? Discuss below...!
Source: ElCorilloRD.com

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12:16PM on 02/29/2012
Fun fact:
Lady Gaga was actually trained as an actress (at NYU Tisch), so she's more than capable of handling what will surely be just a cameo.
Fun fact:
Lady Gaga was actually trained as an actress (at NYU Tisch), so she's more than capable of handling what will surely be just a cameo.
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10:53PM on 02/28/2012
Lady Gaga is not an alien. She's a monster. Plus I don't think she'll ever top Michael Jackson's cameo. =/
Lady Gaga is not an alien. She's a monster. Plus I don't think she'll ever top Michael Jackson's cameo. =/
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8:09PM on 02/28/2012
No ones cares about this movie, no one cares about lady gaga. Both Josh and Will are wayy above this.
No ones cares about this movie, no one cares about lady gaga. Both Josh and Will are wayy above this.
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6:15PM on 02/28/2012
Well, Homens de Preto is a direct translation of Men in Black so no harm done there I guess. I think the reason they are laughing it's because the Men in "Black" are not wearing black at all.

Will Smith: "U MAD BRO?"
Josh Brolin: "I ain't MAD."

Watch out, we've got a couple of badasses over here!
Well, Homens de Preto is a direct translation of Men in Black so no harm done there I guess. I think the reason they are laughing it's because the Men in "Black" are not wearing black at all.

Will Smith: "U MAD BRO?"
Josh Brolin: "I ain't MAD."

Watch out, we've got a couple of badasses over here!
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6:14PM on 02/28/2012

Spoiling cameos

I don't want to be another person bitching about this site, because I think it is fantastic and I really enjoy the opinions voiced in most of the articles. I'm just curious if anyone else finds it disappointing when cameos get spoiled by fan movie sites. A cameo is supposed to be a surprise by nature. (For example, how lame would the opening of Austin Powers in Goldmember have been if you knew that Tom Cruise, Gwyneth Paltrow, Kevin Spacey, Danny Devito and Steven Spielberg were about to show
I don't want to be another person bitching about this site, because I think it is fantastic and I really enjoy the opinions voiced in most of the articles. I'm just curious if anyone else finds it disappointing when cameos get spoiled by fan movie sites. A cameo is supposed to be a surprise by nature. (For example, how lame would the opening of Austin Powers in Goldmember have been if you knew that Tom Cruise, Gwyneth Paltrow, Kevin Spacey, Danny Devito and Steven Spielberg were about to show up? Answer: Probably as lame as the rest of the movie.) Now I get it, if I didn't want to know these things, then I shouldn't be going to these sites. But typically the news articles don't ruin surprises, and when they do, they have spoiler alerts on them, and they certainly don't announce the surprise in the title of the article. I just think it would be cool if articles that involved celebrity cameos didn't mention the name of the celebrity in the title of the article, so people who didn't want to know could just not read them. Maybe I'm just being ridiculous. If so, tell me off. It's all good. And yeh, that is the same joke as MIB2.
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7:17PM on 02/28/2012
Or imagine if they spoiled the "top secret" Tropic Thunder role of a certain scientologist...oh wait, they did...
Or imagine if they spoiled the "top secret" Tropic Thunder role of a certain scientologist...oh wait, they did...
8:10PM on 02/28/2012
First world problems rights
First world problems rights
1:18AM on 02/29/2012
i agree. but in using an example, you spoiled that scene for anyone who hasn't seen it yet. Sure, it's an older movie, but not everyone's seen everything, and there's always new generations of movie watchers. (that is a great scene though, btw.)
i agree. but in using an example, you spoiled that scene for anyone who hasn't seen it yet. Sure, it's an older movie, but not everyone's seen everything, and there's always new generations of movie watchers. (that is a great scene though, btw.)
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