Men In Black: International trailer — Chris Hemsworth, Tessa Thompson step up their game in F Gary Gray's spin-off

Men In Black: International is scheduled to hit theaters on 14 June, 2019

FP Staff December 21, 2018 10:26:51 IST
Men In Black: International trailer — Chris Hemsworth, Tessa Thompson step up their game in F Gary Gray's spin-off

Men In Black: International's trailer sees the new duo of Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson get ready to kick a** in the big bad world of aliens. Both Tessa and Chris, referred to as Agents M and H respectively, take on the franchise from the iconic roles created by Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith in the much-loved series.

Men In Black International trailer  Chris Hemsworth Tessa Thompson step up their game in F Gary Grays spinoff

Still from Men In Black: International trailer. YouTube screengrab

The fourth installment comes in with interesting plot details, depicted in typical MIB swagger. Audiences get a brief introduction to the world of the men in black through Tessa's entry. Emma Thompson looks better than ever in tailored black suits and a clean, sharp hairdo.

Hemsworth brings in comedy elements into the narrative as he is depicted as a hungry (sort of) slob right after his introduction as one of MIB's best agents.

The trailer offers some of the best lines to Thompson, who astutely says, "We are a rumour. Recognisable only as deja vu and dismissed just as quickly."

The film is directed by F Gary Gray, whose previously notable works include The Fate of the Furious and Straight Outta Compton. Men In Black: International is scheduled to hit theaters on 14 June, 2019.

Thompson and Hemsworth have previously worked together in Thor: Ragnarok.

Watch the trailer here.

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