Tonight, SAT.1 will show “Men In Black 3” at 8:15 pm with Will Smith as Agent J. The “Aladdin” star will stay away from the upcoming reboot with Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson.
Seven years have passed since Will Smith as Agent J and his partner’s younger self, Agent K (Josh Brolin) last saved the world from alien invaders in “Men in Black 3.” In the upcoming reboot of “Men In Black: International,” which takes place in the same world as its predecessor, the superstar, currently seen as the blue genie in the Disney remake “Aladdin,” will no longer be in front of the camera. Instead, Agent H (Chris Hemsworth) and his protégé Agent M (Tessa Thompson) have to track down a mole within the MIB organization. Liam Neeson (“96 Hours – Taken”) assumes management of the British branch of the alien overseer as High T.
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Shortly after the publication of “Men In Black 3”, Sony was already planning a possible fourth part of the series. However, the star of the trilogy immediately made it clear that he was not interested in any other commitments. For him, three films in a series are always enough, and especially the series “Men In Black” does not need a quarter, as it did back then. Collider betrayed. If you’re right it will be shown no later than June 13, 2019, when “Men In Black: International” opens in German cinemas.
There is one returnee
In addition to the new agents, a familiar face is also part of the party. Emma Thompson (“Sense and Sensuality”), who already spearheaded the US MIB headquarters on “Men In Black 3,” will set the tone again on “Men In Black: International.” And of course coffee-drinking worms everywhere should not be missing from the new “MIB”.
This is what “Men in Black 3” is all about
By the way, “Men In Black 3” will be on SAT.1 tonight at 8.15pm.
After a strange incident, Agent J searches in vain for his partner, Agent K. At MIB headquarters, he learns from Agent O that his friend has been dead for forty years. J realizes that someone must have been tampering with the past. K’s death appears to be related to a planned alien invasion. To correct the course of history, Agent J travels to New York in the 1960s.
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