Men in Black International trailer reunites Thor stars Thompson, Hemsworth

Share
Men in Black International trailer reunites Thor stars Thompson, Hemsworth

The F. Gary Gray's directed spin-off stars Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson as the two protagonists and appear in the high paced trailer.

While Agent J was recruited from the NYPD after an extraterrestrial encounter in the first MIB film, Tessa Thompson's Agent M tracks down and joins MIB herself.

"A London-based team of Men in Black (MIB) secret agents become involved in a murder mystery that sends them travelling the globe". Apparently the MIB agency is not just in NY, according to Chris Hemsworth's Instagram post of the alternate trailer: "You thought MIB started in NYC?"

While this new movie might seem an unexpected direction for the franchise to go in, it could have been a lot stranger: at one point a Men In Black meets 21 Jump Street crossover was being worked on. Chris Hemsworth's Agent H is the experienced and suave, well, suave-ish one.

The powers that be have spent the past half decade trying to get a new Men In Black off the ground, with the apparent goal of relaunching the franchise without original stars Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones. Guess again, there's a whole worldwide branch. As someone who didn't care to return to this world, I think I may actually be up for this movie.

Men In Black II, however, was pretty terrible.

"Men in Black International" hits theaters on June 14, 2019.

Share

Advertisement

Related Posts

European Union publishes no-deal Brexit plans
TENS of thousands of migrants could come to the United Kingdom to work for up to a year under the government's proposed post-Brexit immigration system.

United States to review North Korea travel ban, top diplomat says
Embassy in Seoul did not provide details about Stephen Biegun's visit to Panmunjom. The North has yet to respond to Biegun's comments.

Gender equality at work more than 200 years off: WEF
However, access to health and education, and political empowerment showed reversals. The research benchmarks 149 countries.

Twitter tumbles on concerns about hacking activity
The company also says it has been investigating where the attack came from and its background so users are well informed. In a statement, Twitter said it discovered the bug on November 15 and fixed it a day later.

"What were you thinking?" - Arsenal fans question Unai Emery's selection move
The caretaker job has been awarded to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer until the end of the season. "But this is football". One I decided would not play, but it was a tactical decision".

Triple amputee veteran raises almost $1 million to build Trump's wall
Trump could consider a short-term funding deal to avoid a shutdown, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway said Wednesday morning. Congress did pass legislation to fund much of the government through the current budget year, until next October 1.

Saints' defense puts clamps on Newton in 12-9 win over Panthers
They're 1.5 games behind the Vikings and one game behind the Eagles and Washington for the second NFC wild card spot with two games remaining.

Air Force veteran creates GoFundMe campaign to build Trump’s border wall
He's not the first person to suggest that the border wall be built with private funds. He also promises to refund all donations if the campaign fails to reach its goal.

Mysterious light seen in California sky prompts speculation
A mysterious light trail in the sky was spotted across California around the same time of the scheduled launch Wednesday night. They could not confirm if it was connected to the scrubbed rocket launch but said there is "no threat to the homeland".

United States stocks climb after two big losses; oil falls 5 percent
The small-cap Russell 2000 index confirmed a bear market, having fallen more than 20 percent from its August 31 closing high. The Stoxx 600 lost 0.6% before 9 a.m. local time, closing in on two-year lows and is down 12% so far this year.

© 2015 ExpressNewsline. All Rights reserved.