The "Men in Black" franchise may get a woke makeover in the future should it persist beyond the latest installment, "Men in Black: International", which stars actress Tessa Thompson ("Creed") and actor Chris Hemsworth ("Thor").
Chris has come to India in 2018 for the shoot of Netflix Dhaka and most of the scenes were shot in Ahmedabad and Mumbai.
"I pitched a few ideas", Thompson said of changing the title away from relying on the word "Men", to reflect the gender-diverse nature of the cast. Shooting there. There were thousands of people on the streets every day and I have never experienced that on set. "It was sort of intimidating as it was exciting because there were so many people".
He added, "After every take (when the director) called "cut", there was loud cheer".
Apart from daughter India Rose, Hemsworth and Pataky also have twin sons Sasha and Tristan.
The case of sequelitis continues, at least in terms of reviews, as the Men In Black International Rotten Tomatoes score is in, and similar to Godzilla and Dark Phoenix, it's not good. The original Men in Black, which stars Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones, received a 92 percent score, while Men in Black III earned a 68 percent score, ComicBook.com noted. "I have huge appreciation to that".
Screen Rant: "Men in Black: International is a decent summer popcorn movie with enough enjoyable action and banter between H and M for a fine moviegoing experience".
Men In Black International opens June 14, 2019 directed by F. Gary Gray also starring Emma Thompson, Liam Neeson, Rebecca Ferguson, Kumail Nanjiani, Rafe Spall, Laurent Bourgeois, and Larry Bourgeois.