A new trailer just dropped for Men in Black: International that shows off more of what the plot of the movie will be than the previous one.
While the previous trailer was more focused on showing off the action and comedy, this one focuses more on showing off the new MIB. The last Men in Black movie we got was back in 2012, and things look like they’ve changed a whole lot in the world of this universe. There’s new cars, new aliens, and new mind-blowing technology that puts actual magic to shame.
The trailer also gives us a peek at more of M’s (Tessa Thompson) background. It looks like, and I may be wrong here, that Agent J (Will Smith) and Agent K (Tommy Lee Jones) might have something to do with her joining the MIB which, if true, does a good job of tying it into the first three movies. It also does a great job of flipping the tables from how Agent K was in the first. Whereas he stumbled upon the MIB by complete accident and reluctantly joined them, M actively sought them out wanting to join them more than anything. Also, there’s more of Chris Hemsworth as Agent H in this trailer and more Chris Hemsworth is always welcomed.
The synopsis from the film’s official website is as follows:
“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.”
As interesting and cool Men in Black: International looks, it above all just looks like fun. This doesn’t come as really a surprise though because F. Gary Gray is directing this one. If that name doesn’t sound familiar, he directed the last Fast and Furious movie in which Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson literally redirects a moving torpedo with his bare hands which is by all accounts awesome. Even though I am still a little bothered that we won’t be getting that crossover with 21 Jump Street, this looks like a fine substitute to me.
Men in Black: International comes to a theater near you on June 14th.
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