‘Men in Black: International’ arrives in theaters next week, and it is being eyed to have a massive opening. To help ensure that, a new international trailer has been released, showing a ton of new footage, including better looks at the movie’s Rogue’s Gallery of villains. That includes Rebecca Ferguson‘s Riza, and dancers Les Twins (Laurent and Larry Bourgeois). Also, get a glimpse of a giant dragon-like monster.
There is plenty of action in exotic locations, new tech, and of course new aliens. Check it out below:
‘Men in Black: International’ was directed by F. Gary Gray. Matt Holloway & Art Marcum (‘Transformers: The Last Knight’) penned the screenplay. The film was shot in New York, Morocco, Italy, and London.
The Men in Black have always protected the Earth from the scum of the universe. In this new adventure, they tackle their biggest, most global threat to date: a mole in the Men in Black organization.
Of course, this picture’s biggest selling point is the reunion of Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson, who have shared the screen in the crowd-pleasers, ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ and ‘Avengers: Endgame’. Kumail Nanjiani lends his voice to miniature alien Pawney, while Liam Neeson co-stars as High T, and Emma Thompson appears as Agent O. Rafe Spall also co-stars in an unknown role, but is believed to be a villain.
At this point, ‘Men in Black: International’ is tracking to open with $40 million in the US and Canada. That’s lower than the Will Smith/Tommy Lee Jones installments, but ‘International’ is also not opening on a holiday weekend like those did. The $40M figure is just a prediction, but it could fare better– or worse– depending on reviews and early audience reactions.
‘Men in Black: International’ opens on June 14. Will you be checking it out when it opens?