Have you had enough ridiculous in your week? What if we told you that Tom Cruise is starring in a 'Van Helsing' reboot and fans are pushing for Donald Glover to star in Michael Bay's 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' movie? All this and Will Smith on a gyro-cycle in this week's dose of ridiculous!
One of the summer's big question marks is 'Men in Black III.' Can a ten year dormant franchise recapture the imaginations of people who probably would rather forget that the second film ever happened? Is the love for the first film enough to get people come back? Is the film as bad as its rumored? Is Will Smith's star in jeopardy? We'll know more shortly (the film begins screening tonight), but until then here's a clip from the film.
Have you ever wondered what Tommy Lee Jones tastes like? Baskin-Robbins wants to help you find out … sort of.
The summer movie season is just a couple of days away and the buzz is all about 'The Avengers.' But Sony Pictures certainly doesn't want you to forget that their new movie 'Men in Black 3' is just a couple of weeks from release and now there's a bunch of brand new images from that other big May movie.
Somewhere in a California mansion, Will Smith is laughing maniacally as he signs the checks from 'Men in Black 3,' and gazes over his Hollywood kingdom while taking a deep spiritual peace in the life he's led, the children he's raised, and the cinematic memories he's created. Suddenly, Tom Jones' music could be heard in the distance, and Will knew that Alfonso Ribeiro had eclipsed his legacy forever.
The brand new theme song for the upcoming science fiction comedy sequel, 'Men in Black 3' starring Will Smith, Tommy Lee Jones and Josh Brolin, has been released. Turn up your speakers and take a listen to the brand new single by the artist Pitbull and see if it's as good as either of Will Smith's themes.
Here’s something interesting. Behind-the-scenes images from this summer’s ‘Men In Black 3,’ teasing make-up legend Rick Baker and some of his extraterrestrial creations for the sequel, have just popped up online. It reminds us that while Will Smith is the celebrity machine that powers this 15-year-old franchise, many ticket buyers show up to see the bizarre alien monsters created by Baker, a “celebrity” in his own right.