‘Men In Black’ 4 Is Happening But Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith Will Most Likely Not Be Back

By April Lara | 2 years ago
‘Men In Black’ 4 Is Happening But Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith Will Most Likely Not Be Back
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“Men In Black” is one of the best films of all time. And who would ever forget the two men in black, Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones? 3 films of “MIB” have come by and a fourth one might be on the way. However, there is one problem, though because either Lee Jones or Smith may not be able to be a part of it. Read below for the full details:

According to Cinema Blend, speculations regarding “Men In Black” 4 has been going around for years now and finally, producers Walker Parkes and Laurie MacDonald have confirmed that a fourth “MIB” is very active but Smith isn’t joining the movie.

After the confirmation, MacDonald then revealed further details about “Men In Black.” She said that the fourth movie will kick off another set of the trilogy. That being said, it is very likely that the new “MIB” will have new characters that hopefully the audience would start to love.

The first “Men In Black” trilogy has given Sony huge success with a total earnings of $1.6 billion all over the world. With MacDonald’s revelation that the fourth movie of “MIB” is a kickoff for another trilogy, fans of the movie should expect a new set of men in black fighting off new alien characters. Also, considering modern technology and advancement nowadays, you can also expect a more futuristic touch.

Lee Jones and Smith are very hard to replace after fans have grown to love them as the men in black. And that leads to a very crucial casting. The team behind the upcoming “Men In Black” movie should be very careful in casting new lead characters as this will greatly affect the movie. 

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April Lara has a degree in Journalism and Professional Culinary Arts. She started a career in Journalism in 2009 and has been part of MNG since March 2015.