Men in Black Spinoff Now Titled Men in Black International

Lawrence Kim
December 6, 2018

The full name (and logo) for Sony's upcoming Men In Black sequel has been released by Sony Pictures: Men in Black International.

Steven Spielberg is on as an executive producer, along with director of the original Men in Black movies, Barry Sonnenfeld. The "International" part of the title suggests the agents will be on an worldwide mission of some kind this time around.

F Gary Gray, well-known for his work in Fate of the Furious and Straight Outta Compton, will be directing the spin-off of sorts. The film is set in the same universe, with H and M coming from the Men in Black's London Branch. However, Collider has time and again proven a trustworthy source in the past, so it seems more likely than not at this point that Weintraub's scoop is legit and that the film truly is titled Men in Black International.

The rest of the ensemble is pretty impressive and includes Kumail Najiani, Rafe Spall, Liam Neeson, and last but not least Rebecca Ferguson as what we assume to be the film's villain. The outlet's editor-in-chief Steve Weintraub discovered that the film, led by Thor: Ragnarok co-stars Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson, is actually be called Men in Black International. The latest one, 2012's Men in Black 3, was the biggest success of the bunch, bringing in more than $624 million during its box office run.

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