‘Men In Black’ Spin-Off In The Pipeline But Won’t Star Will Smith
Sony Pictures is coming back with the ‘Men In Black’ spin-off. However, the film’s original leading stars Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones will not be seen in the movie. 'Iron Man' and 'Transformers: The Last Knight's Matt Holloway and Art Marcum have penned the script.
Though the new movie is set within the same universe as the earlier films, but will focus on things at a global level rather than focusing only on America. Sony is attempting to do something like 'Jurassic World' which brought a slight change in the sequel, while still acknowledging the history of previous films. Walter F. Parkes will be producing the flick.
"It's so rare to get to the end of the script and know you're holding a movie in your hands, but Art and Matt have written a spinoff that somehow is true to the core of the MiB world and yet expands the franchise to a fresh new place,” said Walter F. Parkes. Till now three ‘Men In Black’ movies have been released. The first part released in 1997, the second part released in 2002 and the third part released in 2012. All the three parts have earned over USD 1.655 billion at the Box-Office on a production budget of approximately USD 445 million.
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