Emma Thompson returns as Agent O, the head of the USA branch of MIB, which there's no sign of Will Smith's J and Tommy Lee Jones' K. Apparently the MIB agency is not just in NY, according to Chris Hemsworth's Instagram post of the alternate trailer: "You thought MIB started in NYC?" First, did you notice the painting of Smith and Jones' characters on the wall?
Their painting is hanging on a wall next to another that looks to be Hemsworth's character with Liam Neeson's, whose accolades in the UK must mirror Jay and Kay's in the United States.
Yes, we knew Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson team up to zap aliens, and we know they use big, shiny chrome guns to do so. He's also signed on for Bad Boys for Life, the long-awaited third Bad Boys film, and he's now in production for Suicide Squad 2 and Bright 2.
"Iron Man" writers Art Marcum and Matt Holloway wrote the screenplay for the latest "Men in Black" sequel, loosely adapted from the Aircel Comics series of the same name.
The forthcoming film, the fourth iteration of the Men in Black franchise, will star Thompson as Agent M, a rookie MIB agent tasked with helping Agent H (Chris Hemsworth) find a mole in the super-secret alien-fighting organization. However, Men in Black International will continue the same fictional universe. "It's a lot more action than I think you've seen in the other "Men in Black" films". We'll likely see plenty more before the movie comes out as well, since Sony doesn't plan to bring the movie to theaters until June 14th, 2019.