Long before Will Smith uses a sci-fi doohickey to travel back to 1969, time already seems out of whack in 'Men in Black 3.' The film supposedly takes place in 2012, 14 years after Agent K (Tommy Lee Jones) first recruited Agent J (Smith) into the secret order of the world's well-dressed space cops. But the film looks like it takes place in 1997, from the creature and set design, right down to the wildly dated 'Jerry Maguire' jokes. In other words, 'Men in Black 3' has been brewing for a long time -- but very little of it feels ready for public consumption, even after all those years of development.
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It's surprising that it's taken this long for a studio to capitalize on the success 'The Dark Knight Rises' (and 'Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol') had with its opening sequence IMAX preview. But now 'Men in Black 3' will have six minutes of 'The Amazing Spider-Man' in front of its IMAX screenings. Win-win.
Will Smith may be the biggest movie star in the world, but his millions of fans will never let him forget his humble beginnings as the star of 'The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.' While in England to promote the release of 'Men in Black 3,' Smith was coerced into performing the show's iconic theme song on 'The Graham Norton Show.' And yeah, it's kind of awesome.
Are you looking for a slightly closer look at some of this summer's more anticipated movies? Of course you are. Luckily for you, the internet is currently awash with quick behind-the-scenes looks at movies you're dying to see, namely 'The Amazing Spider-Man,' 'Men in Black 3' and 'Prometheus.'
Have you ever wondered what Tommy Lee Jones tastes like? Baskin-Robbins wants to help you find out … sort of.
So much internet ink has been spilled over 'The Avengers' and 'The Dark Knight Rises' that it's easy to forget that there are plenty of other expensive blockbusters just around the corner. Consider these international posters for 'Men in Black 3' and 'Snow White and the Huntsman' a friendly nudge from your local movie studio, a reminder that yes, there are movies you should see this summer that don't star Iron Man or Batman.
We haven’t seen much of Josh Brolin’s Tommy Lee Jones impersonation for the upcoming ‘Men In Black 3,’ but the brief snippet at the end of the full trailer was spot on. He nails Jones’ laconic line delivery. And almost everyone who has commented on Brolin’s deadpan take said that they love it. I say “almost” everyone because Jones has weighed in. And he doesn’t seem to care for it.