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MIB International | June 14 2019 | F Gary Gray directing | Hemsworth, Ferguson, Neeson, Thompson and Thompson

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59 minutes ago, Hejira said:

Isn't Rebecca Ferguson supposed to be in this? How come she's not in the trailer at all?

 

50 minutes ago, Alli said:

yeah what is this fuckery

 

Wow. Did you not notice she's playing the alien at 2:10? I am now the biggest Rebecca Fergie stan.

 

 

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It looks decent. Much better than that bland Hellboy trailer. I have no idea if it will do well. We'll see. 

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8 minutes ago, MrPink said:

 

 

Wow. Did you not notice she's playing the alien at 2:10? I am now the biggest Rebecca Fergie stan.

 

 

Wtf at them hiding her in that crap hair and makeup. I didn't notice her either before reading it here.

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2 minutes ago, CJohn said:

Wtf at them hiding her in that crap hair and makeup. I didn't notice her either before reading it her.

 

Only a true fan would see her, like me.

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16 minutes ago, babz06 said:

I find it so odd, these studios think Will Smith is so easily replaceable. He's still one of the biggest movie stars on the planet and the sole reason things like Independence Day and MIB even became hits.  They will find this out when this film underperforms too.

It's missing him and all the cool alien shit. Where are all the aliens? All I see is a bunch of generic looking action shots that look like they could be from any mediocre big budget popcorn flick, zzzzzz

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I don't know what is worse. Not realizing at first glance that it was Rebecca Ferguson sporting a Sia wig or that she has a third arm...

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3 hours ago, ban1o said:

so Liam Neeson is clearly the twist villain right? 

I dunno. Maybe, maybe not.

 

Though to be fair, there were no twist villains in the original MIB-trilogy, since it’s all made clear who the villains were in those films.

 

The Giant cockroach (who mostly were in the Edgar-disguise) in MIB1, Serleena in MIB2 and Boris the Animal in MIB3. And they were all aliens.

 

Honestly, i would probably prefer if Liam Neeson’s character stayed protagonistic in this. Cause usually the main villains in the movies were specific aliens wanting to rule the universe.

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1 hour ago, Hatebox said:

Yup. This franchise is running on the fumes of one well-liked star vehicle from 21 years ago. Sony's insistence on its resurrection is increasingly bizarre.

 

 

Men in Black 3 made over 600m worldwide in 2012. The budget was too big but it shows there is an audience. A likely cheaper movie like this can make some money likely 

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1 hour ago, MrFanaticGuy34 said:

I dunno. Maybe, maybe not.

 

Though to be fair, there were no twist villains in the original MIB-trilogy, since it’s all made clear who the villains were in those films.

 

The Giant cockroach (who mostly were in the Edgar-disguise) in MIB1, Serleena in MIB2 and Boris the Animal in MIB3. And they were all aliens.

 

Honestly, i would probably prefer if Liam Neeson’s character stayed protagonistic in this. Cause usually the main villains in the movies were specific aliens wanting to rule the universe.

What if Liam Neeson is an alien 👽 🤔 

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20 minutes ago, John Marston said:

 

 

Men in Black 3 made over 600m worldwide in 2012. The budget was too big but it shows there is an audience. A likely cheaper movie like this can make some money likely 

True. $624M WW to be exact.

 

I can see this (if it’s really good & enjoyable to the audience) outgross MIB2 (the lowest grosser in the original trilogy). The question is: How will China embrace this film?

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the trailer wasn't great but with a strong cast (and Hemsworth does well with comedy) and a good director maybe this can surprise

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Looks alright. Hemsworth and Thompson should have good chemistry, at least.

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First glance make it feel a bit like both are going for the Will Smith type of roles of making joke all the time, instead of the serious by the rules-less serious, less by the rules wildcard classic cop duo dynamic.

 

Feel like it will need to be good to work.

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28 minutes ago, Alli said:

the trailer has plenty of dislikes on youtube...

Time for the closet MIB fans to come out of the woodwork and bitch about "Their childhoods".

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1 hour ago, Alli said:

the trailer has plenty of dislikes on youtube...

83k likes vs 12k dislikes ain't that bad.

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Yikes. Looks like a generic spy movie crossed with RIPD. Sonnenfeld's campy touch and the whole 90s sheen is missed.

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Honestly, looks more fun that expected - Gray usually brings a pretty good energy. One of the better 2019 blockbuster trailers in my book. Hemsworth is very good at playing off his image in a comedy, and Thompson is very good at everything.

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