‘MEN IN Dark’ RETURNS IN 2019, SPIN-OFF WON’T FEATURE WILL SMITH OR TOMMY LEE JONES BY SAEED NASIR

Sony revealed another installment of the Men in Black colored franchise has been planned for a May 17, 2019 release time frame. The film does not have any title yet, but Transformers: THE VERY LAST Knight and Iron Man authors Matt Holloway and Skill Marcum developed the script. Alas, Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith, the original Men in Black color characters, aren’t expected to come in the spinoff.

While Smith and Jones will be skipped, Sony revealed the story will are present in the same universe established in the previous Men in African american films. The storyplot will concentrate on a far more global level, and it includes a secret business which protects the earth from villainous aliens in the world. Following this modern-day spin, the story’s showcase will be on new Men in African american character types who are going after extraterrestrial scums.

The Men in Black spinoff aspires to reproduce the Jurassic World reboot. Steven Spielberg provides as the film’s executive designer while Laurie MacDonald and Walter Parkes produced the film. As of writing, the movie does not have any director yet, although there are productive talks with potential prospects.

The announcement of the spinoff arrived as a wonder since it is an entirely different job as the rumored mashup between 21 Hop Block and Men in Black color. Prior rumors discovered 21 Jump Streets stars Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum will play the role of the men in dark-colored suits. There were records that Sony already scrapped the idea of a mashup as it was too complicated. However, latest reports reveal the theory is still in development, even though the new Men in Dark colored spinoff will be prioritized.

 

For what admirers can anticipate in the Men in African american spinoff, Parkes revealed the authors created a film which keeps true to the franchise’s primary.

“It’s so unusual to get to the end of the script and know you’re keeping a movie in the hands, but Skill and Matt have written a spinoff that somehow is true to the central of the MiB world yet expands the franchise to a fresh new place.”
The first Men in African american movie was released back in 1997 followed by MIB 2 in 2002. The final Men in Black color movie was released on 2012, the film focused on Boris the Animal’s revenge on Agent K (Tommy Lee Jones). The alien transformed the course of history by killing the younger version of Agent K. Agent J (Will Smith) acquired to travel back in time to save the young Agent K from dying.

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