Men in Black goes international with the title of new film

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Sony Pictures won't be hosting a panel for the new MEN IN BLACK film at the Brazil Comic-Con until Saturday, but a booth set up to promote the film has already revealed something interesting: its title.

Given that Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith, the stars of all three MEN IN BLACK films we've gotten so far, are not back in the new movie, it was a pretty sure thing the title wasn't going to be MEN IN BLACK IV. Reflecting the fact that we're going to be meeting Men in Black agents who are based out of England instead of America this time, the title of the new film is MEN IN BLACK INTERNATIONAL.

Directed by F. Gary Gray from a screenplay by IRON MAN's Matt Holloway and Art Marcum, MEN IN BLACK INTERNATIONAL stars Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson (pictured above in THOR: RAGNAROK). The story centers on 

Tessa’s character Em trying to prove herself by joining the London MIB and being paired with the former ace Agent H, played by Hemsworth. The pair becomes involved in a murder mystery that has them traveling the globe.

Their co-stars include Liam Neeson as their boss and Emma Thompson, reprising her role from MEN IN BLACK III. Rebecca Ferguson, Kumail Nanjiani, Rafe Spall, and twin dancers Laurent and Larry Nicolas Bourgeois fill unspecified roles.

MEN IN BLACK INTERNATIONAL was produced by Walter F. Parkes and Laurie MacDonald, with Steven Spielberg executive producing and David Beaubaire overseeing the project for Sony.

The film is set to reach theatres on June 14, 2019.

Source: Collider



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