MIB 3 Maybe …?

Parade has a quote from some producer saying both Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones want number 3.

“ The challenge is getting the script right and finding a time when our busy stars are available,”

“But everyone, including Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones, wants to do another.”



Will has moved on I think while Tommy Lee would jump at it I’d imagine.

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    Owain Paciuszko 30th September 2008

    I actually whole-heartedly welcome the idea of MiB3. The first MiB was and is great, a nice left-field effects movie, that used its budget intelliently and had a really sharp script. The sequel was a mess, very ‘Ghostbuster 2’ but not even as good as that, though it did make me cry, but that’s another story… ahem…

    So, in summary, I think MiB3 could work, they had their ego-maniacal moment and then they got humbled by ropey reviews and the ever-dwindling career of Barry Sonnenfeld, a director who I think can still do good, but it’s been a while since the glory days of The Addams Family and Get Shorty.

    Plus it’s better news than hearing they’re going to be making ‘Hancock 2’.

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    Sledge 1st October 2008

    Hancock’s second shouldn’t have been made.

    I’d rather want to watch Men In Tights 2 than a sequel of either of these Will Smith films.

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