'Men in Black: International' Earns Worst 'MIB' Rotten Tomatoes Score

Lawrence Kim
June 13, 2019

He has said he is open to returning as the character in future films.

He also shared his experience shooting in India and said "I love the place and the people".

"I pitched some ideas like 'People in Black, ' but that would be 'PiB, ' which sounds like a sandwich. I think what she is speaking to is there has always been representation in the organisation it hasn't always been reflected in the title", Tessa contained. It's a quest that leads her to their New York HQ and a meeting with Agent O (Emma Thompson), who's sufficiently impressed to give her a job in the London office under Agent "High T" (Liam Neeson). "I hope we can get to the space where it's not noteworthy when women topline these films, and I think a film like this helps us get there". Directed by F Gary Gray, the spin-off to Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones' hit franchise will hit the screens on Friday.

"I was talking to a few about that.So maybe", he said. However, Men in Black: International unfortunately scored lower than Men in Black II, which was ranked a 39 percent by critics and a 45 percent by audiences.

EW, meanwhile, singled out director F. Gary Gray and how he "reduces his leads" chemistry into action heroics", and described "Men In Black International' in general as "a awful reboot". Not all the reviews were negative, however.

"Gone is the social commentary, and in its place is globetrotting sci-fi super spy adventure, empty but entertaining, and carried nearly exclusively on the multimillion-dollar charms of its stars", said William Bibbiani of TheWrap.

Men in Black: International, which is opening this week, is expected to rack up $30 million when it debuts in the U.S., Variety reported.

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