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Monday
Dec122011

'Men in Black III' Trailer is More of the Same

Here come the Men in Black...again.  For Men in Black III, franchise director Barry Sonnenfeld has brought time travel into the mix as well as Josh Brolin to portray a young Agent K (usually Tommy Lee Jones) alongside Will Smith's Agent J.  Other than those new little tidbits, MIB III looks just like its predecessors.  Of course, MIB III will be in 3D...

The films first trailer was released today, after the new poster (pictured above, partially) hit the web weeks ago.  GTBP's own David Hoffman didn't much care for the new poster or the entire Men in Black series for that matter, which is understandable.  The poster is an eye sore and the third installment doesn't look that much better in comparison.

I enjoyed the first Men in Black film, and the second was entertaining enough.  Problem is, J and K's final intergalactic adventure resembles the first two, gag for gag, even though this newest film promises more surprises and revealed secrets are in store.  We shall see.  The only aspect of the movie I'm looking forward to is Josh Brolin's performance.  Yep, that's all.

MIB III arrives in theaters on May 25, 2012 (Memorial Day weekend).

 

 

 

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