Chris Hemsworth & Tessa Thompson on ‘MIB: International’ and Their First Movie Crush

Brunilde Fioravanti
Giugno 15, 2019

With Men In Black International hitting theaters today, some fans may be confused as to where exactly it fits within the sci-fi universe. She also noted that certain jokes in the film call attention to "antiquated ways of working" in Hollywood. There's just all the stuff you recognize, assembled for you to notice and then not think about again for another 20 years.

Joined by co-star Chris Hemsworth on a black carpet, Thompson shrugged off the gender issue at the world premiere of "Men in Black: International" on Tuesday in NY. In addition, audiences are only giving it 3 stars, with a low 44% "definite recommend", but while we do see the flick is favored by kids under 12 who give it 4 stars, that really doesn't help much. "Some of the roles I've done feel sort of badass, but for me I feel like the thing that makes a strong female character is just that they're fleshed out and feel like real women", Thompson remarks, pointing to her Creed alter ego, Bianca, as the kind of relatable character she looks for.

"I think we can change the name at some point. I hope it'll bring in a whole new generation of people who don't have a relationship with the original films".

Producers Walter Parkes and Laurie MacDonald also provided some additional context for fans wondering where Men In Black International fits into the timeline. "I like in a big studio film that someone is interested in science". The movie is estimated to open to only an $8.5 million weekend gross. As most of you know from the trailers, Thompson is the newest member of the Men in Black family playing Agent M, and joins Agent H (Hemsworth) and an animated character named Pawny (voiced by Kumail Najiani) on a worldwide adventure.

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