Men In Black 4 Gets An Official Title Before Next Year's Release
The upcoming fourth Men In Black movie now has an official title. The movie's social network pages reveal that it's called Men in Black International, a confirmation that comes just days before Sony Pictures is set to host a panel for the film at Brazil Comic-Con. The "International" part of the title suggests the agents will be on an international mission of some kind this time around.
Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson star in the new film, which is directed by F. Gary Gray (Straight Outta Compton, Fate of the Furious). Emma Thompson from Men in Black 3 is reprising her role as Agent O. Other members of the cast include Rafe Spall, Liam Neeson, Rebecca Ferguson, and Kumail Najiani. Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones, who starred in the first three, are not coming back for International, as the story instead focuses on the characters played by Hemsworth and Thompson.
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That’s a wrap on MIB for me!! From London to Morocco to Italy and NYC. Thank you to all the fantastic cast and crew who took part on this epic journey and our director F.Gary Gray, cheers for the fun times, big laughs and solid memories. Can’t wait to show what we’ve put together. see you all soon #MIB @tessamaethompson
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The movie is set in the same universe as the first three Men in Black films, but details about the plot are unknown at this stage. Men in Black International hits theatres on June 14, 2019.
The original three Men in Black movies were box office smashes, collectively bringing in more than $1.6 billion at the box office. The latest one, 2012's Men in Black 3, was the biggest success of the bunch, bringing in more than $624 million during its box office run.
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