By Ashley Bergner, Box Office Buzz
Part of the fun of the first “Men in Black” film was simply watching the interaction between Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones’ alien investigators, Agent J and Agent K. The two actors had a great “odd couple” chemistry, Will Smith’s high-energy, charismatic Agent J contrasting nicely with Tommy Lee Jones’ blunt, prickly Agent K.
Yet it’s almost even more fun to watch Will Smith interact with a younger version of K in the recently released “Men in Black 3.” Josh Brolin gives a hilarious, and uncannily spot-on performance as the young Agent K, and as one review I read put it, it’s worth the price of admission just to see Brolin channel Tommy Lee Jones. Continue reading
By Marc Bernardin, Source: Blatr.com
Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones are at it again: cracking wise, frowning intently and giving the Earth-based alien community a run for their money. So, how do our favorite government employees acquit themselves in this third Men in Black outing, almost 10 years after the last?
This trailer is very cagey—it gives the barest tease of a time-travel plot—but that’s because it can afford to be: People are going to see Men in Black 3 because of their nostalgia for Agents J and K. And that’s exactly why all we’re getting are flashes of shiny tech and snippets of scenes that echo those in director Barry Sonnenfeld’s first two films. Continue reading
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Following quickly on the debut of the film’s poster, Marvel Studios launched the first trailer for “Captain America: The First Avenger” today during the Super Bowl. A tie-in digital comic also debuted online.
Set during World War II, “Captain America” stars Chris Evans as Steve Rogers, a man who registers for a super soldier program after being rejected for military service. In turn, Rogers becomes America’s greatest superhero, devoted to protecting his country’s ideals.
The film opens July 22, 2011.
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Plot details for the third Men In Black movie have emerged online. According to JoBlo, the script for MIB III revolves around Will Smith’s Agent Jay traveling back in time to 1969 to stop villain Yaz (Jermain Clement) from killing the younger version of Tommy Lee Jones’s Kay (Josh Brolin).
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>OK, I’m really thinking that Will Smith hasn’t met a sequel he hasn’t liked, after MIB II do we really need a Men In Black 3-D?
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