New Men In Black 3 Trailer Released
After a ten year hiatus, Agent J (Will Smith) and Agent K (Tommy Lee Jones) return for another outing in Men in Black 3. The initial teaser trailer gave almost nothing away except that J wakes up one morning to find K has been dead for forty years and needs to ‘jump’ back in time to understand what happened to him. There, he lands in the MIB headquarters back in the 60s and finds a young Agent K (Josh Brolin) who holds the key to understanding the secrets of the universe – whatever that might be. While the new trailer reveals anything significantly new it sure has its fun moments and it’s going to be quite a spectacular intergalactic ride. Joining the gang this time will be Emma Thompson, Alice Eve, Bill Hader with Lady Gaga rumoured to have a cameo.
Director Barry Sonnenfeld takes the helm for the third time and we’ll see it released in the UK on May 6th.
Vaskar S. Kayastha is Cult Hub’s contributing film writer focusing on blockbuster movies as well as independent and world cinema. Vaskar graduated with a BA (Hons) in English which focused on the Classics, Medieval, Shakespearean and Ancient Literature. He also has a keen interest in Photography, History, Technology, Theology, Poetry, Ballet, Art, riding his Vespa and eating Gelato. Vaskar is also the Creative Director for TheStyleColumn - a portal for showcasing talented new fashion designers as well as covering global fashion weeks. Find out more about Vaskar on his blog or follow him on twitter.
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