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First Trailers for F. Gary Gray's New 'Men in Black International' Movie

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December 20, 2018
Source: YouTube

Men in Black International Trailer

"Always remember: the universe has a way of leading you to where you're supposed to be at the moment you're supposed to be there." Sony Pictures has launched the first two trailers (domestic + international) for Men in Black International, the fourth movie in the Men in Black series, which seems to be more of a reboot than a continuation. This one introduces us to two new MIB members: Chris Hemsworth as Agent H, and Tessa Thompson as Agent M. The plot involves them tackling the "biggest, most global threat to date: a mole in the Men in Black organization." The impressive main cast includes Rebecca Ferguson, Kumail Nanjiani, Rafe Spall, Laurent Bourgeois, Larry Bourgeois, with Emma Thompson and Liam Neeson. This looks fun, but nowhere near as good as the others. Since when is MIB only about fancy weapons and black suits and sunglasses? I want more than that. Take a look and let us know what you think.

Here's the first trailers (+ poster) for F. Gary Gray's Men in Black International, direct from YouTube:

Men in Black International

For more updates on MIB International, follow on Twitter @meninblack or visit the official website.

"The universe is expanding…" The Men in Black have always protected the Earth from the scum of the universe. In this new adventure, they tackle their biggest, most global threat to date: a mole in the Men in Black organization. Men in Black International is directed by American filmmaker F. Gary Gray, director of the films Friday, Set It Off, The Negotiator, A Man Apart, The Italian Job, Be Cool, Law Abiding Citizen, Straight Outta Compton, and The Fate of the Furious previously. The screenplay is by Matt Holloway and Art Marcum; based on the comics by Lowell Cunningham. Sony Pictures will release Gray's Men in Black International in theaters everywhere starting June 14th, 2019 next summer. First impression? Who's in?

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27 Comments

1

Oh snap! I think this looks awesome. Cast is great. I'm in.

Jon Odishaw on Dec 20, 2018

2

This does not look good. Its like any generic action movie with MIB dropped on top. I liked how they weren't kung fu fighting or amazing in the other one.

Josh Taylor on Dec 20, 2018

3

I get that too.

Brandon Cole on Dec 20, 2018

4

Thor in Black

Pincode on Dec 20, 2018

5

I'm really liking this! It's a really cool way to do a soft reboot of the franchise, but also expanding the MIB universe at the same time. Agents J & K still exist in it and hopefully they will pop up in either this or future movies. I'm seeing it though.

Oblique on Dec 20, 2018

6

At least the tone the Hellboy trailer had, that did not work at all, fits this movie better. Never thought I say this but I need to see the 2nd trailer for this; I'm ok with this trailer.

Brandon Cole on Dec 20, 2018

7

Do not see anything over the originals other than new cast

Tester on Dec 20, 2018

8

Not an amazing trailer, but I do love the cast.

Mark on Dec 20, 2018

9

shit shit shit

qweqwu on Dec 20, 2018

10

Definitely does not look like anything spectacular here. Pretty much nothing like the first three ...

shiboleth on Dec 20, 2018

11

Without Barry Sonnenfeld directing or Danny Elfman scoring, this is going to lack all the charm of the first three. No thanks.

grimjob on Dec 20, 2018

12

Why is everyone hyping up the first 3? Remember how the second one was garbage? The third is okay and the first is the only true measuring stick.

Jon Odishaw on Dec 20, 2018

13

I'm not hyping anything up. The second one was totally forgettable, but they still shared Elfman's talent and Sonnenfeld's unique direction. I'm sure this will be fine, but without those two individuals putting their stamp on it, I have no interest. Gray has some good movies under his belt, but he has no recognizable style, nothing that stands out from any other director. Just looks like a generic CG action movie using the MIB license.

grimjob on Dec 20, 2018

14

2 and 3 were bad, really bad. Elfman's score did not help 2 or 3 at all. Hemsworth and Thompson's chemistry in Ragnarok is the reason why they have this job here and it is a smart move because those together is proven to work.

Ashmasterc on Dec 21, 2018

15

3 was alright. I'm not saying his score saved the movie or anything, I just mean without those two working on this one, something will feel off. Like how John Williams didn't score Rogue One, and the whole tone of the film was just wrong, flat. But I could be wrong, and I hope people enjoy it. I'll probably see it eventually.

grimjob on Dec 21, 2018

16

The only good thing about 3 was Josh Brolin as a young agent K. He was AWESOME.

THE_RAW_ on Dec 21, 2018

17

That shit was impressive.

grimjob on Dec 21, 2018

18

I liked Jermaine as the villain also.

Jon Odishaw on Dec 23, 2018

19

Looks okay...TERRIBLE music in the trailer...I thought the Spice Girls broke up long ago... Interesting that Hemsworth and Thompson are turning into a thing... Cool little "in-joke" near the end...this will definitely need tweaking...good that they've got until the summer...

kitano0 on Dec 20, 2018

20

Hemsworth seems genuinely like a cool guy. And Hollywood has been trying hard to turn him into "a thing", but audiences keep saying no.

Seboso on Dec 21, 2018

21

uh, did you actual watch Thor: Ragnarok?

Ashmasterc on Dec 21, 2018

22

Did you watch anything with him besides the Marvel movies?

Seboso on Dec 21, 2018

23

That's not the Spice Girls...

Nielsen700 on Dec 21, 2018

24

Just give a Noisy Cricket and end it all.

DAVIDPD on Dec 20, 2018

25

Unimpressive trailer. It has an outside chance of being better than MIB II and MIB II sucked out loud! I don't think I heard anyone wondering when the next MIB was coming out, this fills no void.

Whichhalfofthewit on Dec 20, 2018

26

*sigh* Why? Just why?

JohnDoeB on Dec 20, 2018

27

I like the cast involved...but this...doesn't seem necessary. To me, the title is lame. It's MIB: International means it's because they're in London? Why not just call it MIB: London/UK? Or MIB: A London/UK Story? International just seems odd to me. It looks WAY more action-oriented than action/comedy with this schizophrenic trailer and all the quick cuts and action this, action that. It's nothing new or original. Different players in a MIB "we have to save the world from alien bad guys" scenario. I'm just not interested. I'd rather go watch the 90's cartoon...

THE_RAW_ on Dec 21, 2018

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