Men in Black 4 gets go-ahead


From The Guardian

Star not confirmed to reprise role of Agent J as screenwriter Oren Uziel begins followup to franchise-best third film

Men in Black will be revived for a fourth instalment of the science fiction film saga – but this time they could be fighting Earth-dwelling extra-terrestrials without original star Will Smith.

Studio Sony has asked screenwriter Oren Uziel to script Men in Black 4 following the critical and commercial success of the belated third film in the series last year. Men in Black 3, which featured Smith alongside older and younger versions of partner Agent K played by Tommy Lee Jones and Josh Brolin, took a franchise-best $624m across the globe.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, it is not clear at this stage whether the famously picky Smith is interested in reprising the role of Agent J, and there's no deal in place for Brolin to return either. Likewise Britain's Emma Thompson, who played new character Agent O...

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