Men in Black 3 Trailer

This summer Men in Black fans will finally get a third instalment in the MIB franchise, which may or may not be a good thing.  A couple of days ago, the first trailer was released so now we can see, with our own eyes, how the film will compare to the others.

One of the main concerns people had about the film was that Tommy Lee Jones was essentially being replaced by Josh Brolin and from watching the trailer it does seem like, for most of the movie, this is what’s going to happen.  Personally, of the two, I prefer Jones’ character, Agent K, over Agent J, played by will Smith, and will be disappointed if Brolin plays the character for the most part.  Adding salt to the wound, as I pointed out in a previous post, Brolin is too old to play Agent K in the 60s.

These things aside, the rest of the trailer does suggest that we may have an interesting MIB sequel on our hands.  The first film was really good but, not to be too critical of the second, maybe they should have stopped there.  However, since they didn’t why not keep going?  It can only get better, unless, of course, it gets worse, which would be bad.

What do you think?  Are you excited about this sequel?  Do you prefer Agent K or Agent J?  Would you be disappointed if K is played by Josh Brolin for the majority of the film?  Check out the trailer below and let me know what you think by voting and leaving a comment.  Also don’t forget to subscribe/follow and click the like button.  Then, if you want to keep up with future posts and projects, you can follow me on twitter!/AdamODwyer1.


One response

  1. Amy

    I think it looks pretty good. Personally I prefer agent k. It going to be sad to only see him for a little bit of the movie 😦

    December 18, 2011 at 10:04 pm

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