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post Oct 2 2008, 12:31 AM, updated 3 months ago

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http://io9.com/5056536/men-in-black-3-are-...cky-aliens-left

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Men In Black 3: Are There Any More Wacky Aliens Left?

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Rumors are flying that Men In Black 3 is out there somewhere waiting for the right funding. But seriously, do we need another one of these? Because you know Tommy Lee Jones would do it if offered a paycheck, so the chances of this flick hitting big screens are about 50/50. My only concern is, haven't we tapped out on the whole "talking pug" and "famous people who are aliens" jokes? According to producer Walter Parkes, apparently not.

Parkes told Parade Magazine that MIB3 is only a matter of time:

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The challenge is getting the script right and finding a time when our busy stars are available." .... "Everyone, including Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones, wants to do another."


That sounds like something an actor and writer would say to a producer just to change the subject. "Sure I'd do another Men In Black have your people call my people." Then again, Smith did make Hancock.

MIB3 has been chatted about since 2005, but maybe it needed this much time to pass in order for it to make a third coming. But I beg of you — should you decide to bring it back for a third time, make it more like the first with the inter-space politics and seemingly intricate system of extraterrestrial management created by the government. Not just an excuse to see Laura Flynn Boyle in leather.


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post Mar 9 2010, 11:23 PM

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http://www.bloody-disgusting.com/news/19388

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'Men in Black 3' Casting to Begin Soon, Names Being Thrown in the Ship

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Columbia Pictures is officially having conversations regarding their third entry in the Men in Black franchise as we're being told by industry insiders that in addition to Jonah Hex cowboy Josh Brolin likely (still unconfirmed) to star, they've shown strong interest in both Sacha Baron Cohen (Sweeney Todd, Bruno) and Jemaine Clement ("The Flight of the Conchords") for a character named "Yaz" (a new agent?). Neither are locked, this should be taken strictly as rumor for now. Etan Cohen (Tropic Thunder, Igor, Idiocracy) wrote the screenplay. Shooting was originally rumored to begin this spring. The 1997 Men in Black grossed nearly $600m worldwide, while its 2002 sequel took in $440m. Why so long for another sequel? Who knows!


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hahaha.. i rolfmao when i saw borat poster above. dunno the other dude.

if they wanna use new casting i can only suggest harold and kumar ftw.
seriously, maybe just will smith and tommy lee jones.
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LMFAO at Borat and Jemaine!

I think I would watch that movie!

Will Smith and Tommy already basi.
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MIB IS Will Smith and Tommy. any other combo duo wont work. certainly not with Sacha Baron Cohen. those fans wont overlap.

if there is MIB 3, hopefully its with another dead pan fella & likely a reduced screen presence of the ori duo.
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post Apr 22 2010, 01:11 AM

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http://www.showbiz411.com/wp/2010/04/21/me...with-will-smith

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“Men in Black 3-D” Set to Roll with Will Smith

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I guess it’s official, more or less.

Director Barry Sonnenfeld tells me that “Men in Black 3-D” is ready to roll. Will Smith has signed on, Tommy Lee Jones is in, and a script is awaited.

Yes. I did say 3D. “Men in Black 3″ will be in 3D. Sonnenfeld says it is so. Why not? Everything else is, and this is one movie that might be cool in the process.

Sonnenfeld told me he’d get me a neuralizer–that’s the cigar holder like gizmo that erases memories–but he couldn’t promise it would work! (I love that thing.)

Nevertheless, you can bet Sony is juiced to get this puppy moving since “Spider Man 4″ fell apart. They are in desperate need of a blockbuster for next Memorial Day May 2011. And “Men in Black” is like money in the bank.

I ran into Sonnenfeld, by the way, at Vanity Fair’s annual outdoor cocktail soiree at the New York State Supreme Court building. This is the party that launches the Tribeca Film Festival. Graydon Carter greeted each guest as they climbed the massive stairs to th e portico. Right behind him were Robert DeNiro and Grace Hightower, Jane Rosenthal and Craig Hatkoff, and everyone who’s anyone in town.

That list included Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld, Chazz and Gia Palminteri, Brian Williams, Patricia Clarkson. Google chief Eric Schmidt, Charlie Rose and Amanda Burden, Rob and Marisol Thomas, John McEnroe, Harvey Keitel, Ronald Perelman, Diane von Furstenberg and Barry Diller, Griffin Dunne, Ed Burns and Christy Turlington, Queen Noor of Jordan, Andre Balazs, Andrew McCarthy, John Leguizamo, Veronica Webb, Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, Mayor Mike Bloomberg, city councilwoman Christine Quinn, Drew and Ann Nieporent, and Oscar winning “Precious” screenwriter Geoffrey Fletcher.

Yes. just another night, Vanity Fair style! Later we ran into Uma Thurman having dinner at Carter’s Waverly Inn, while Graydon himself was said to have taken a gang up to (his) Monkey Bar.

And PS: here’s a little gossip from John McEnroe, Wife Patty Smythe, a great rocker before she settled down with John to raise six children, is in Nashville recording her first album in 20 years! Remember “The Warrior?” http://tinyurl.com/
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http://www.deadline.com/2010/05/will-smith...5-2012-release/

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Will Smith Commits To 'Men In Black 3D' Threequel; Sony Sets May 25, 2012 Release

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EXCLUSIVE: Men in Black 3 is officially a go, and Columbia Pictures will set a May 25, 2012, release date for a sequel that director Barry Sonnenfeld will shoot in 3D. Will Smith has signed his deal to reunite with director Barry Sonnenfeld, and deals are now being negotiated with Tommy Lee Jones and Josh Brolin. An announcement is imminent.

The project has been in the prep stage for some time, but didn't become real until Smith chose it over several "next film" candidates. His decision to put on the sunglasses and dark suit gives Sony a killer 2012: the studio previously set a July 3, 2012 release date for its Spider-Man relaunch, which also will be shot in 3D. Walter Parkes and Laurie MacDonald return as MIB3 producers, and Steven Spielberg will be executive producer.

It has long been expected MIB3 would be next for Smith, who last starred in 2008’s Seven Pounds and then took the time to be a very hands on producer in the China-shot Karate Kid remake that stars his son, Jaden (which Columbia releases June 11). Smith then mulled several star vehicles that included City That Sailed, and I hear that he also contemplated Colossus, the scifi remake that Ron Howard wants to direct for Universal and Imagine.

While Smith pondered his choices, Columbia, Sonnenfeld and MIB3 producers Parkes and MacDonald positioned themselves to be ready. I’m told that Rick Baker has been designing and building the creatures, Bo Welch has been designing the sets, and David Koepp had been polishing a script by Etan Cohen that got this whole thing started. Cohen is back and polishing the shooting draft.

The film will use a time travel element that moves the action from contemporary back to 1969. Brolin will play the younger version of Jones's Agent Kay character. Sony had every reason to be stoked about more MIB, the franchise based on the comic book by Lowell Cunningham. The 1997 original grossed $589 million worldwide, and the 2002 sequel did $442 million in global ticket sales. Those films rank high on Columbia’s all-time gross chart, and the prospect of making an installment that captures the otherworldly creatures in 3D is enticing. Still, many felt another film would be impossible because the gross deals were so prohibitive. I’m told that the principal players showed flexibility. It's still a big-ticket film, and there is plenty of gross out the door. But the deals have built-in hiatus periods that allow the studio to recoup and make money.

That hurdle was overcome some time ago, and it came down to Smith committing. He showed some flexibility by agreeing to a Memorial Day weekend opening. Since Independence Day, Smith has considered July 4 weekend to be his preferred domain for commercial vehicles, but that slot was already occupied by Spider-Man. Then again, Smith has always been shrewd about choosing projects, and he has positioned himself to keep intact his title as world’s biggest box office star.


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Official press release:

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COLUMBIA PICTURES ANNOUNCES

“MEN IN BLACK III” IN 3D

MAY 25, 2012

Walter F. Parkes and Laurie MacDonald Reprise as Producers;

Barry Sonnenfeld Returns to Direct Third Installment of Hit Franchise

Steven Spielberg to Executive Produce

CULVER CITY, Calif., May 7, 2010 – Columbia Pictures announced today that Men in Black III will be released in 3D on May 25, 2012. Walter F. Parkes and Laurie MacDonald are returning to produce and Barry Sonnenfeld, who directed the first two installments of the blockbuster franchise, will direct the film from a screenplay written by Etan Cohen, based on the comic book by Lowell Cunningham. Steven Spielberg is set to executive produce.

Deals are set for Will Smith, Sonnenfeld and the producing team to return to the blockbuster franchise with the intent to begin production by this fall and the studio is in advanced negotiations with Tommy Lee Jones to reprise his role as Agent Kay. Josh Brolin is also in talks to star as a young Agent Kay.

Commenting on the announcement, Jeff Blake, Chairman of Sony Pictures Worldwide Marketing and Distribution said, “Sony’s summer of 2012 will get off to a red hot start with an incredible new 3D adventure for the Men in Black. We couldn’t be more excited that the original filmmaking team responsible for the first two worldwide hits is reuniting for this third installment. We love where the story is taking Agents Jay and Kay and know this new chapter will deliver a fresh fun twist for fans of the franchise while also introducing the Men in Black to a whole new generation of moviegoers.”

The first two Men in Black films, which were released in 1997 and 2002, went on to become two of the most successful films in Columbia Pictures history, taking in more than $1 billion combined worldwide. The first film in the franchise won an Academy Award® for Best Makeup and was nominated for two other Oscars®.

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Source:- http://www.beyondhollywood.com/men-in-blac...-a-26-year-old/

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Men in Black 3 Plot Details: Time Travel, Josh Brolin as a 26-year Old

The boys at Joblo  recently got some inside dish on the upcoming “Men in Black 3″, the film that will make a gazillion dollars even if it ends up sucking, or if it’s like the first two, is just … eh. Let’s face it, the “MIB” franchise has never been especially excellent cinema; at its best it’s been decent, but at its worst it’s been irrelevant and forgettable. The third film would seem to follow in that trend. Read on below, but turn back now if you are SPOILER-PHOBIC.

- The film will indeed involve time travel, with Agent Jay (Will Smith) traveling back to 1969 to save a 26-year old Agent Kay (to be played by the 42-year old Josh Brolin). How does time travel work in the MIB-verse? By way of an iPhone app, apparently.

- The film’s main bad guy is Yaz (“Flight of the Conchord’s” Jemaine Clement), described as a demon hellspawn/biker. Yaz has time traveled backwards to kill Kay, thus resulting in the end of the world as we know it. Jay has to reverse that.

- Will Smith does some predictable “I’m a black man in 1969!” jokes, we find out a bunch more celebrities are actually aliens (Andy Warhol among them), and I suspect much stuff blows up, shockingly substandard special effects flashes across the screen, and goofiness is had by all.

And so it looks like all that effort to get Tommy Lee Jones back into the sequel is what will probably amount to an extended cameo, since Brolin will be playing Kay for most of the film alongside Smith’s Jay.

Barry Sonnenfeld will return to direct the third installment. He’s directed the previous two.

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Emma Thompson In Talks To Join Men In Black 3

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Academy Award winner Emma Thompson is negotiating  to join the cast of Sony Pictures Entertainment’s “Men in Black 3”. She will play Oh, a take-charge MIB agent who is monitoring a prison break.

Barry Sonnenfeld is directing David Koepp’s script, which reunites Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones as agents Jay and Kay. Despite the reunion, most of the action takes place in 1969, where Josh Brolin will play a young Kay. Jemaine Clement will play the main villain.

“Men in Black 3” begins shooting in New York later this month.

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Nicole Scherzinger Confirms her Men in Black 3 Role

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Pussycats Doll and former “Dancing with the Stars” gal Nicole Scherzinger has confirmed that she and Betty White will be making an appearance in “Men in Black 3″ with Will Smith, Josh Brolin, Tommy Lee Jones, and Emma Thompson. The film is expected to commence shooting in December with Barry Sonnenfeld once again directing. The time around, alien menace forces Smith’s character to go back in time to the early days of the MIB.

The loveliest of all the Pussycats fills us in on her role:

   
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My name is Lilly. She’s like a small villain role. I’m so excited because I get to die. I make an appearance. I say a couple of lines and then I die.


Sounds sexy. Or maybe it’s just because Nicole Scherzinger is saying it. Either/or.

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Source:- http://www.beyondhollywood.com/more-set-im...men-in-black-3/

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More Set Images from Men in Black 3

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More set images featuring the multi-million dollar a movie man Will Smith and Josh Brolin (who is probably not making nearly as much) on “Men in Black 3″. Smith reprises his Agent J character in the third film, with Tommy Lee Jones also back as Agent K. Brolin is playing a younger version of Agent K, hopefully one that isn’t so grouchy in his old age. And yes, it involves time-travel, thus the two versions of Agent K. Get all that? Good.

New castmembers include Alice Eve, Emma Thompson, Jemaine Clement as the Big Bad, Bill Hader, and Nicole Scherzinger.

Barry Sonnenfeld, who has directed the previous two “Men in Black” films, also returns for part three.


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Thems Lots of MIBs in These Here Men in Black 3 Posters

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Columbia Pictures have released two official teaser posters for Barry Sonnenfeld’s third outing in the “Men in Black” franchise, the appropriately titled “Men in Black 3″. Hey, if it ain’t broke…

The third film returns Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones as the MIB’s ace agents in black shades. The duo are joined by Josh Brolin as the younger version of Tommy Lee Jones (the plot involves time travelin’ shenanigans, as you might expect), and along with Jemaine Clement as the big bad, Emma Thompson as new MIB boss (Rip Torn was, uh, busy, though he’s curiously still listed on IMDB.com as being in the movie, so we’ll see), along with eye candy Nicole Scherzinger and Alice Eve, and some guy name Michael Stuhlbarg.

The posters point to a Facebook page that is meant to be a viral site for the movie but, yes, you can feel free to ignore it, unless you just have a lot of free time on your hands, then by all means, “like” it and follow it. Hey, it’s your free time.

The MIBs return May 25, 2012.



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epic epic epic my childhood right here
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Check Out the First Trailer for Barry Sonnenfeld’s Men in Black 3

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If you’ve got some time to kill on this busy Monday morning, perhaps it should be spent watching the first trailer for “Men in Black 3″. Given that I hated “Men in Black 2″, this one really has nowhere to go but up. From the looks of the clip embedded below, the third installment appears to be a lot stronger than its predecessor. Sadly, Josh Brolin doesn’t get much screen time here, though hopefully this problem will be corrected down the road.

Don’t know anything about the sequel? Read this:

   
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In MEN IN BLACK 3, Agents J (Will Smith) and K (Tommy Lee Jones) are back… in time. J has seen some inexplicable things in his 15 years with the Men in Black, but nothing, not even aliens, perplexes him as much as his wry, reticent partner. But when K’s life and the fate of the planet are put at stake, Agent J will have to travel back in time to put things right. J discovers that there are secrets to the universe that K never told him — secrets that will reveal themselves as he teams up with the young Agent K (Josh Brolin) to save his partner, the agency, and the future of humankind.
Although I’m not entirely sold on the film just yet, I am anxious to see more. “Men in Black 3″, which also stars Rosario Dawson, Emma Thompson, Gemma Arterton, Betty White, Jemaine Clement, Rip Torn, Michael Stuhlbarg, Bill Hader, and Nicole Scherzinger, opens on May 25th, 2012.



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I've been waiting for this movie!
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The time travel things inside this trailer looks confusing to me.
Hopefully they will not overdose it....
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Josh brolin looks good as a young agent k. It's been to many yrs since the last mib. Hopefully it's worth the wait!!!
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OMG Can't wait!
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Nice! Josh does look like the younger version of Tommy, in this movie. smile.gif
Finally, Robert Neville meets Dr. Alice Krippin. Haha.

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the black suits are coming.... back
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The MIBs are Back (in Time) with a New Men in Black 3 Trailer

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I kinda like it. Sure, it’s getting a little repetitive now and Will Smith is basically playing a cliche of himself (“Now that’s what I’m talking about!”), but Josh Brolin as a young Tommy Lee Jones, with the pitch-perfect inflection and everything, is what I’m talking about. (Ahem.) Overall, I like this new trailer for Barry Sonnenfeld’s sci-fi sequel. I know, I know, the second movie was utter garbage, but it was still entertaining. I mean, it wasn’t as if the first movie was a masterpiece, right? Besides the premise, the franchise has always felt like a bad rushed job to me, with way-too-shoddy CGI for a big-budget studio event movie. But the films have always been breezy and insubstantial, and I’ve always had a soft spot for them. In any case, check out the second, full trailer for “Men in Black 3″.

In part 3, Will Smith’s Agent J goes back in time to save the world from an alien invasion. He encounters a young Agent K (Josh Brolin) and they team up. Goofy shenanigans, usually involving goofy looking aliens, we presume, ensue.

Also starring Alice Eve, Emma Thompson, Tommy Lee Jones, Bill Hader, Nicole Scherzinger, Jemaine Clement, and Michael Stuhlbarg.

Pimp slappin’ you May 25, 2012.



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Men in black is going to be on cinema soon smile.gif
Any LYN member wanna predict the ending of the story and the story line based on the trailer?
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Not to dis the film... but we should not expect much since this film WAS SHOT WITHOUT A WORKING SCRIPT. They have to make things up on the spot, and the director is not Wong Kar Wai...

About ur question, I think Josh Brolin's character will replace Tommy Lee Jones' smile.gif So the younger version will somehow come to the present :0
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Looking forwards to MiB3 rclxm9.gif

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same here, i wonder whats the alien "house"
will supply MIB next
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Saw the trailer today. Looks AWESOME. So glad the original cast, writer, and director are back. Hope this won't be a flop.

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Watch it today, media preview

rclxms.gif rclxms.gif rclxms.gif


The MEN in suits, black suits ARE BACK!

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It's NICE!

It's so 60s! Well technically late 60s.

The girls were groovy, but much of them were in the background. There is no , haaawt lingerie model Selina (lara flynn boyle) villain, or haaawt women as central character to the movie (as in MIB2), no mushy 'plutonic love' story like in MIB2.

If i say first MIB = 7.5/10, because it was new, unexpected, dead pan looks on agent k was hilarous, good will smith wise cracks one liners.

Then MIB2 would be 6.8/10, good fun, the return of the mismatch trio, ower then the first MIB but still super fun.

MIB3 is rclxm9.gif 7.5/10, 8/10 if you are watching it in 3D, maybe 8.5/10 if its 3D iMAX. The good fun is still there, the incorrigible wise cracks of mr will smith, movie seems a little short, or it was.. maybe I just didn't want it to end as it was the good fun.

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Be prepared for the sucker twist almost towards the end, I would like to put up if you knew what the twist was, it will totally ruin your experience, seriously. cool.gif

No seriously,



No, no, please, for the last warning don't click the spoiler until after you watched it, you will understand then.



No please, man, ladies, don't click it now, click it in the future,......after you watched it, ok. (really)




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One thing I can reveal, all beautiful models, beautiful people in this world are ....(this you can click)
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The part about haaawt Latino? wub.gif She's this haaawt but character is in movie is small but here photo image below is whistling.gif (boleh click but may be NSFW)
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Some links below
Official link MIB site, more images/gallery.

The Chinese restaurant game link

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Not sure if posted elsewhere. Occurred during the premiere of MIB3 in Russia on the red carpet.




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tht dude would have stuck his tongue into smith if he had it his way.
what the hell is his problem? tongue.gif

i know certain cultures men hug & kiss each other but smith is not from that place. cool2.gif
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Morning.

Another hit.

MIB and MIB 2 still evergreen.

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cant wait for MIB3!! i hate pitbull sing the OST but the background music is cun gile!!
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I'm gearing up for MiB3 flex.gif

Can't wait to watch it icon_rolleyes.gif
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Not sure if posted elsewhere. Occurred during the premiere of MIB3 in Russia on the red carpet.
as usual, media overhype everything. that is not even a slap laugh.gif
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It does constitute a slap. A backhanded slap, but it was really soft. Just to tell the guy to f off.

I don't blame Will. Here Will was trying to be friendly and giving the guy a hug and the guy goes and kisses him a few times, once on his lips even. How not to get offended?
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Can't Wait to see this movie ~ NICE
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Just come back from this movie..
not bad....happy.gif
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Just come back from this movie..
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woohoo i m watching it next wednesday just 4 the mid day discount laugh.gif rclxms.gif
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watch today.

give 8/10

touching ending wei
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quite good movie....the ending is very touching..explain how agent j & agent k meet for first time....i give 7/10

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yup, it's a enjoyable fun movie.

what is there to reveal other than..


Veteran MIB field agent Agent J (Will Smith) learns that Agent K's life and the fate of Earth are at stake. He must time-travel to stop an alien criminal named Boris from assassinating a young Agent K and changing history, while also facing a 24-hour time limit before he is trapped in the past.



NEW VILLAIN, BORIS the Animal
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Agent J gets to meet young Agent K of the past, err time travel won't be confusing. Agent J also meets O (pronounce as Oh, who replace Agent Z (zed) in the future).
http://meninblack.wikia.com/wiki/Agent_O

There are of course new aliens disguise as humans. (expected rolleyes.gif sweat.gif )

Agents are still dressed in Black suits. (given sweat.gif ). The flashy thingy (neuralizer), well that's really something in the past, i mean how it is, the prototype in the early days.

Go watch it! The ending (touching scene) mustn't be spoilt here!

what skystrike said is good enough hint but don't got just waiting for that ending, the whole movie is good entertainment. Those who may come back & say err, maybe too much talking, slow here in this part movie should be giving a kick in the A s s wink.gif

much better then hancock (another will's fun wise cracking persona)


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"Men in Black 3" has got the MIB mojo back — well, most of it anyway. With Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones once again suited up and sporting shades as agents J and K, and a casting coup in Josh Brolin playing K's younger self, the latest alien crisis is good trippy fun as the fate of Earth, and '60s retro style, hang in the balance.

Director Barry Sonnenfeld, who's been onboard from the first film, has recovered some of the brashness and all of the unbridled affection for the weird, wonky otherworldly types that made the initial 1997 cosmic comedy such a kick. "3" is a more restrained affair, but it kind of suits the guys now that an entire decade has passed since the disappointing "Men in Black II." Let's just let that poor sap rest in peace.

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Review above (LA times) never reveals the ending too, so its good. it's not essential to the whole movie, it's poignant that sums why we, MIB fans love MIB !

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Watched it last night. It still has the feel of 'freshness' of how the 60's do their MIB work. (Comparatively with modern tech, anything is possible with people assuming that in mind.)

May not be among the best movies out there but a definitely must watch. The humor matches most of the scenes and sometimes what they say has a double entendre. (If you listen closely and process them quickly, you'll know. Seems like I was the one who chuckled during those parts. Note: Pickle stands for a body part with the scene with Andy Warhol) Obvious humor lines are there and noticeable, and also enjoyable too!

Somehow the time travelling concept was a hazy process and required visual understanding. Else you will be confused how come they are here and why they are there.

The whole thing is about the relationship between J and K. Why K is so stringent with J. Because he knew something about J’s past that he could not say. And that thing happened where Boris the Animal did before he was arrested.

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Boris the Animal was the main villain and was well played. The stubbornness of both Future Boris and Past Boris is damn funny. They all have their own opinions and ego. Kinda funny seeing both of them argue.

J is determined to save K regardless of the cost because K was the only one who can save the world. If J didn’t make history work its own way (Meaning K must live from a kill from Future Boris), the invasion will happen 40 years later. Thus J’s mission is just to hunt down and kill Future Boris and cannot disturb K’s confrontation with Past Boris. And at the same time know why K changed after the incident.

Josh Brolin (Past K) plays very well to emulate Tommy Lee Jones (Future K). Even his voice matches. Sadly Tommy Lee Jones only facetime is beginning of the movie and the end only.

Maybe due to the fact MIB2 was a letdown, so people put less hopes in MIB3. But the storytelling and how things are carried out in the 60’s shows a kind of freshness for people to explore the environment and how things naturally match with the characters. Also for the backward technology humor was nice. For me although I didn’t watch it in 3D, the angles of popping out don’t seem so much. I only noticed like it’s there for the first half of the movie only.

7/10

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Very entertaining and obviously more superior than the previous instalment. But major time paradox flaws.
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anyone watch the 3D version?
how's the effect?
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Planning to watch this... not bad, currently holds 66% on RT after 127 reviews which means its Fresh. I think it's one of those good to be back films, and sure heck beats the second film which was terrible.
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QUOTE(defaultname365 @ May 25 2012, 09:31 PM)
Planning to watch this... not bad, currently holds 66% on RT after 127 reviews which means its Fresh. I think it's one of those good to be back films, and sure heck beats the second film which was terrible.
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3D was nice but not superior then anything that we might have seen on other movies

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QUOTE(defaultname365 @ May 25 2012, 08:31 PM)
Planning to watch this... not bad, currently holds 66% on RT after 127 reviews which means its Fresh. I think it's one of those good to be back films, and sure heck beats the second film which was terrible.
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I just checked, it is 69% now at RT
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Fun, but my head hurts when trying to find an exploit to the paradox.
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Watched MiB3 just now, not bad. Enjoyable and entertaining rclxms.gif
You can't go wrong with Will Smith, funny Agent J one-liner biggrin.gif

3.5/5
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3/5
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Just came back from MIB 3
Josh Brolin did good as young K wink.gif
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QUOTE(skystrike @ May 25 2012, 01:25 AM)
quite good movie....the ending is very touching..explain how agent j & agent k meet for first time....i give 7/10
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3.5/5

not bad....great gfx!
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pretty entertaining,feels like pre-sequel of MIB

but saw the dark knight and spidermen trailer..that 2 must watch laugh.gif
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Josh Brolin was just like a carbon-copy of young Tommy Lee Jones rclxms.gif
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great movie...
worth watching

btw anyone realised the part where the alien which is a sprayed paint art at the wall went missing in the movie???
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Watched it in IMAX 3D. Wasn't as good as I expected. I guess I was expecting too much. The jokes weren't funny and the action scenes were just not exciting. Good ending though.
Another movie thats a waste of money to watch in 3D.
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After watching, I felt MIB3 was... normal. There is nothing better or worst about this sequel. There is nothing to laugh about, nothing that is unexpected, nothing that can wow us even. What was MIB & MIB2 before... is similar to this. The core film is there... maybe its just that likely, if this was release years earlier... I would have felt different about it. So for me, its just like watching a Sunday matinee movie when there is nothing to watch that kind of feeling...

Overall:- 3.0 out of 5 star. Fans might like it... for me, its just normal.
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Frankly, Josh Brolin nailed it as Young K. Very awesome indeed.

but then again, that's to be expected of Brolin. biggrin.gif
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QUOTE(RCrex @ May 27 2012, 07:45 PM)
great movie...
worth watching

btw anyone realised the part where the alien which is a sprayed paint art at the wall went missing in the movie???
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Probably that one was just for the trailer?

Kyoyagami: Yeah Josh Brolin did good wink.gif He stole the show basically for me smile.gif

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QUOTE(shinjite @ May 28 2012, 10:16 AM)
Probably that one was just for the trailer?

Kyoyagami: Yeah Josh Brolin did good wink.gif He stole the show basically for me smile.gif
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Was the IMAX3D that bad?! The Empire State Building freefall should alone be worth the admission price for 3D......
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QUOTE(Frankmiller92 @ May 28 2012, 10:19 PM)
Was the IMAX3D that bad?! The Empire State Building freefall should alone be worth the admission price for 3D......
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And that Griffin guy is friggin annoyin. I cringe everytime he does that happy or worried expression.
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the jokes are normal, not very funny...

but a lot secondary school kids like to laugh loud loud, dunno why doh.gif

only the ending part is considered good for me rclxms.gif
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haha 4/5 4 me...i think they just the same like us when we in school time,,,we also will LOL every second when MIB 1 n 2 was on screen at that time laugh.gif laugh.gif
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Watching this tomorrow in 2D. nod.gif 68% and fresh after 188 reviews on RT - it should be good!

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What?? Not very active for an anticipated early Summer flick warmer! tongue.gif

Just got back from watching it and I really enjoyed it.

To sum it up - - it is a really good watch but with partial areas that aren't so good. Simply put, there are brilliances all over the film... but there are areas that will leave you wanting the scene to just move on already.

Brilliant performances from Will Smith and Josh Brolin. Josh Brolin really did justice to young K. Just fantastic. Can't be sure if he "studied" how Agent K would behave or act, but Josh pulled it. Salute to the casting choice. No other actor could have played young K. nod.gif

Borris the villain, could have had more magic so to speak to his overall outlook/characteristic. His voice is the one that stand-outs the most to me, the devil-ish deep growl and they hilarious deepen his voice as his emotions grow stronger. Disgusting stuff in this film too, more so than I believe the first two films. You'll know when you see it.

I was a little bit surprised about the language though. MIB3 use of stronger language is well stronger and more frequent than the first two films though everything is still within PG-13 limits.

The middle part fluctuates here and there in terms of brilliance as I mentioned before. There were some absolutely genuinely hilarious moments.

+ Brilliant performance from Josh Brolin
+ Well written film for a third outing that could easily have been the worst
+ Genuinely hilarious moments throughout
+ Outstandingly emotional ending that will move you

- Struggles here and there in the middle of the film
- Really wish there was more old Agent K/Tommy Lee Jones
- Where the heck is "Frank the Pug" ???? I was waiting the whole time! Only a giant picture of him can be seen

We see Agent J in normal outfit which is a rarity... can't remember if he does wear normal outfit in the first film. Did not stay back until the end credits were over to see if there was any extra scene.

8/10

I think RT score should be higher than 69% !

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Watched it in Digital 2D. And OMG... "The Amazing Spider-Man" super length trailer was attached to the front of the film, a bit of a rarity as I've never seen anything non-short film attached to the front of a film. Is it a 4-minute scene thing? Don't know if already released on Youtube, but I saw it for the first time. So many new scenes (the full scene was between Peter and Gwen Stacy) and golly me it really pumped me up for the film. It was simply brilliant. Breathless after the whole thing. rclxms.gif And "Skyfall" trailer! Awesome to see the trailer on the big screen...
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Just came back from it. Not bad, entertaining and funny (considering that I've not watched Men in Black 1 & 2) although there were a few scenes which I wished they would just move on.

Particularly loved the 60s setting, aliens, pretty models who are aliens and more aliens. Lol.
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Yeah, I enjoyed it a whole lot. Fun, funny and entertaining summer escapist stuff that even has a touch of heart! Whilst it's not great or terribly memorable, I was completely satisfied. Hard to ask for more from a summer blockbuster. Loved Brolin in this, he really is underrated. He is utterly believable as the young K. Very much recommended. In fact, all things considered, I probably enjoyed it more than a certain record-smashing blockbuster currently playing.

Oh and the villain... was such a hoot. Loved Rick Baker's make-up on him, and I actually thought it was Hugo Weaving underneath it. That's how good the guy was. (It's apparently someone called Jemaine Clement, but I'm not familiar with him at all. Kudos to him anyhow.)
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I haven't watch this yet, WTA is the cute dog from MIB 2 still in??
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i love young agent "O"...heehehehe
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QUOTE(Double_Ace @ Jun 3 2012, 08:35 PM)
I haven't watch this yet, WTA is the cute dog from MIB 2 still in??
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anyone knows why Jay was the only one who remembered Kay? This part I believe is overlooked in the movie. If Kay died in the past, then he wouldn't have recruited Jay in the first place...so Jay would still be a police officer.
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QUOTE(Aeon_Clock @ Jun 4 2012, 02:06 PM)
anyone knows why Jay was the only one who remembered Kay? This part I believe is overlooked in the movie. If Kay died in the past, then he wouldn't have recruited Jay in the first place...so Jay would still be a police officer.
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QUOTE(Aeon_Clock @ Jun 4 2012, 02:06 PM)
anyone knows why Jay was the only one who remembered Kay? This part I believe is overlooked in the movie. If Kay died in the past, then he wouldn't have recruited Jay in the first place...so Jay would still be a police officer.
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Guys please. Don't bring this upon yourselves. Stop thinking about the time paradoxes and illogicalities and just accept the fact that the whole thing is daft nonsense. You'll enjoy it much more I'm sure.
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I did. laugh.gif
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QUOTE(QuickFire @ Jun 4 2012, 04:09 PM)
Guys please. Don't bring this upon yourselves. Stop thinking about the time paradoxes and illogicalities and just accept the fact that the whole thing is daft nonsense. You'll enjoy it much more I'm sure.
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just watched the movie. i like the jokes, especially the racist ones. don't ask why. tongue.gif the action was so-so. storyline was good and yeah, Brolin stole the limelight. he's really like Tommy Lee Jones who found magic potion that gave him the eternal youth.


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fun movie. will smith never gets old (literally and figuratively speaking - he still looks same as always and his jokes or his delivery are almost always funny).

tommy lee jones getting super old... which is why i think they needed to make this movie to use younger K, dont think tommy can run around alot anymore...
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I was disappointed the dog from mib II wasn't in here???
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Watching it.happy.gif

"Youse"
"O-K"
"Right-ish"
"We gotta get high"
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just watch it last night, ehem version

quite a good movie and good ending.
dinn'dt expect ending was sad like that sad.gif
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Hooked on this song...

I actually thought those were the actual lyrics doh.gif laugh.gif




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Really miss Tommy Lee Jones & Will Smith...

This new one should be fun to watch though, thanks to the delightfully comedic chemistry between the two Thor Ragnarok stars... laugh.gif
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An easy skip for me.

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An easy skip for me.

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International is for new gen audiences

Audiences of the 97 blockbusters may not like it hahahaha

Now reboot more common than remake these days
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This video summed up this movie.

"This is not babies to produce , this is a movie to produce"

"Start making movies and stop producing babies"

"Watching your babies gave me rabies"

LMAO 😆
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Men in Black: International (2019)

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Not quite sure if Sony is putting alot of faith in this movie to make their shareholder happy (in terms of return).

I hope not, because it is... in a word, terrible.

Since Thor 3, Chris Hemworth thinks himself a jokester and I am not sure I agree.

The first MIB was fun, and this movie... is not.

The main characters are not engaging or have depth.

The big baddie here is not... surprising.

Nothing "new" is introduce

Everything is predictable...

Why do a "sequel"/reboot movie if you have absolutely nothing new is offer to the audience...

Shame on you Steven Spielberq for doing this

Just because you can get Chinese investment into it (based of past success with the MIB branding), does not mean you should do it.

Really shame on you...

My Two Sen...

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Pawny (Kumail Nanjiani) carried the movie by himself.

That's pure joke.
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just came back from watching this movie.

what can i say, compared to the originals, this is just like watching kids movie. the jokes were not natural, not that funny, bad scripts. ..so lousy

maybe it was meant for kids ...

my rating: 2/5

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