Chris Hemsworth Shares A First Look At MEN IN BLACK INTERNATIONAL; Plus Official Logo Released

Chris Hemsworth Shares A First Look At MEN IN BLACK INTERNATIONAL; Plus Official Logo Released

Chris Hemsworth Shares A First Look At MEN IN BLACK INTERNATIONAL; Plus Official Logo Released

Following the title reveal earlier this week, Thor star Chris Hemsworth has shared a first look at Men in Black International, featuring his Agent H fighting crime alongside Tessa Thompson's Agent M.

Hot on the heels of the jaw-dropping new Avengers trailer, End Game star Chris Hemsworth has shared a first-look photo from his second big-budget summer blockbuster, Men in Black International, which is due out in theaters June 14.

The F. Gary Gray-directed sequel/spin-off will reunite Hemsworth with his Thor: Ragnarok co-star Tessa Thompson, who will play the Agent M to his Agent H. The pair will be joined by an all-star supporting cast that includes Liam Neeson (Batman Begins), Kumail Nanjiani (Silicon Valley), Emma Thompson (Men in Black 3), Rafe Spall (Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom), and Rebecca Ferguson (Mission: Impossible - Fallout).

Plot details remain under wraps for now, but with the film having a big presence at the currently ongoing CCXP, we should probably know a whole lot more before the end of the weekend. Plus, with the release of this new photo, it wouldn't be a stretch to assume a trailer could be just around the corner.





 
A London-based team of Men in Black (MIB) secret agents become involved in a murder mystery that sends them traveling the globe.

Men in Black International features:
Director: F. Gary Gray
Chris Hemsworth as Agent H
Tessa Thompson as Agent M
Liam Neeson as the head of the UK branch of MIB.
Kumail Nanjiani as Pawny
Emma Thompson as Agent O
Rafe Spall in an undisclosed role
Rebecca Ferguson in an undisclosed role 
The Les Twins in undisclosed roles


Men in Black International neuralyzes its way into theaters June 14, 2019
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