While Sony was looking to capitalize on Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson's comedic relationship from Thor: Ragnarok, if the flick's Rotten Tomatoes score is anything to go by, it looks like another bomb. The other two movies in the franchise scored much higher. Tessa Thompson plays newly minted Agent M, who's wanted to be a Man in Black - a secret agent who seeks out and supervises extraterrestrial life-forms - since witnessing an alien encounter as a child.
The Hollywood Reporter: "The best thing about the revamped Men in Black series is actually a woman".
Movie Hole: "Coupled with some very ingenious early twists and some wonderfully-visualized action sequences, it's fun getting to know agents H and M".
Entertainment Weekly: "In this awful reboot, there's no local flavor, or any flavor".
Prince William and Kate Middleton Meet Animal Friends in Cumbria
William and Kate's fondness for dogs should come as no surprise to royal admirers. He was also seen shearing some of the family's flock during the trip.
Dominican police: Ortiz was targeted for less than $8K
The alleged coordinator of the attack was also among those in custody, said Dominican National Police Maj. Bautista said Ortiz's attempted killers took a payment of 400,000 Dominican pesos, or around $7,800.
Build-A-Bear's Pay Your Age Is Back
If you're one of the winners, you'll have from June 24 until June 28 to visit a Build-A-Bear location and use your ticket. The idea behind the sale is that of Build-A-Bear customers could get a bear for the cost of their age between $1 and $29.
On the red carpet, she was asked why the film's title has not been made to be more inclusive since her addition to the cast.
"It's time to wave the neuralyzer in the face of every executive involved and murmur softly: forget about this franchise", said Peter Bradshaw of The Guardian.
Men In Black International opens June 14, 2019 directed by F. Gary Gray also starring Emma Thompson, Liam Neeson, Rebecca Ferguson, Kumail Nanjiani, Rafe Spall, Laurent Bourgeois, and Larry Bourgeois. "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".
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.