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“Men in Black: International”
The Men in Black have always protected the Earth from the scum of the universe. In this new adventure, they tackle their biggest threat to date: a mole in the Men in Black organization.
Genres: Action | Adventure | Comedy | Sci-Fi
Language: English | French
Release Date: 14 June 2019 (USA)
Also Known As: Men in Black IV
Filming Locations: City of London, England, UK
“Men in Black: International” (stylized as MIB: International in promotional material) is a 2019 American science fiction action comedy film directed by F. Gary Gray and written by Art Marcum and Matt Holloway. It is a spin-off of the Men in Black film series, which is loosely based on the Malibu/Marvel comics of the same name by Lowell Cunningham. The film stars Chris Hemsworth, Tessa Thompson, Kumail Nanjiani, Rebecca Ferguson, Rafe Spall, Laurent and Larry Bourgeois, and Liam Neeson. Emma Thompson also reprises her role from the third film, while Tim Blaney reprises his role as Frank the Pug from the first two films.
Talks of a fourth Men in Black film began after the release of the Men in Black 3 in 2012. In February 2018, Hemsworth signed on to lead a spin-off while Gray was hired to direct, and Thompson joined the cast the following month. Filming took place in New York City, Morocco, Italy and London from July to October 2018.
“Men in Black: International” was theatrically released in the United States on June 14, 2019 by Sony Pictures Releasing, under its Columbia Pictures label. The film received negative reviews from critics, who criticized the “lackluster action and forgettable plot”, although the chemistry between Hemsworth and Thompson was praised.
As of June 23, 2019, “Men in Black: International” has grossed $52.7 million in the United States and Canada, and $129.4 million in other territories, for a worldwide total of $182.1 million. With a production budget of $94–110 million, and an additional $120 million spent on marketing, it is estimated that the film will have to gross $300 million worldwide in order to break-even.
In the United States and Canada, “Men in Black: International” was released alongside Shaft, as well as the wide expansion of Late Night, and was projected to gross $30–40 million from 4,224 theaters in its opening weekend. The film made $10.4 million on its first day, including $3.1 million from Thursday night previews. It went on to debut to $30 million, topping the box office but coming in below expectations. It represented the lowest opening weekend for the Men in Black franchise, and became the first film in the series not to open above $50 million. The underwhelming opening was blamed on the dated franchise, poor critical reviews and audience anticipation for upcoming big releases like Toy Story 4 and Spider-Man: Far From Home. The film fell 64% in its second weekend to $10.4 million, finishing fourth.
Worldwide, the film was released concurrently with the United States in 56 additional countries and was projected to gross $70–85 million, for a worldwide debut of $100–115 million. It ended up making $73.7 million overseas and $102.2 million globally, finishing first in 36 of the markets. It underperformed in Asian countries like China ($26.3 million) and South Korea ($4.9 million) due to poor word-of-mouth, similar to in the U.S., although finished first in Mexico ($3.9 million), Brazil ($1.8 million), Russia ($5.1 million), the UK ($3.4 million), Australia ($2.6 million) and France ($2.5 million).
“Men in Black: International”
So what happens when a movie franchise built on specific movie stars tries to continue without them? “Men in Black: International” and Shaft spent their dismal opening weekends exploring the worst-case scenario. They’re the latest casualties in a sequel-saturated summer where almost every follow-up without Avengers in the title has underperformed. It turns out not every series can casually pull off a James Bond-style reinvention with new players.
Decades ago, the Bond franchise was one of the only series that found success while shifting from star to star. Many sequels were low-rent cash-ins without the original’s stars — think of The Sting II or Caddyshack II. (Paying audiences sure didn’t.) More recently, Independence Day: Resurgence tried to carry on without Will Smith, who went supernova after the 1996 original. That movie was an ensemble picture, with Smith as the standout lead; the original Men in Black was his 1997 follow-up, and his true coronation as Hollywood royalty. He stuck around for a couple of sequels, but actors inevitably want to move on to new things, or at least limit themselves to one or two ongoing series at a time. Hence the Men and Women in Black going international.
By contrast with Independence Day’s disaster-movie scope, the whole joke of Men in Black is that it treats alien invasion casually. Pairs of black-suited agents investigate unauthorized alien activity, operating in secret and wiping the memories of any civilians they encounter along the way. There are wonderfully designed creatures bustling through the 1996 movie and its sequels, but the star attraction is the chemistry between wisecracking Smith as new recruit Agent J, and deadpan Tommy Lee Jones as veteran Agent K.
“Men in Black: International” attempts to move on from that team. In theory, the shift makes sense: the MIB agency is supposed to be vast and far-reaching, and Smith’s de facto replacement is rising star Tessa Thompson, a gifted actress who has also enlivened her share of franchise films (Thor: Ragnarok; the Creed movies). It’s probably smart that Thompson isn’t tasked with imitating Smith — where J starts out as a reckless, dedicated cop, Thompson’s Agent M is a single-minded nerd who becomes MIB’s first non-recruited employee by devoting much of her young life to tracking them down. She’s fastidious, curious, and ambitious — a different sort of self-possession than Smith’s energetic confidence. It sounds like the kind of same-but-different recipe that’s supposed to make sequels irresistible.
“Men in Black: International”
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