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Men in Black International (2019)

PG-13
Action, Comedy, Sci-Fi
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Director
F. Gary Gray
Written by
Cast
Liam Neeson, Chris Hemsworth, Rebecca Ferguson, Tessa Thompson, Kumail Nanjiani, Emma Thompson, Rafe Spall, Viktorija Faith, Les Twins, Jess Radomska, Stephen Wight
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cinematographer:
Stuart Dryburgh
assistant director:
David Keadell , Marlon Beyer Rieger , Mark Johnstone , Andrew Heard , Noureddine Aberdine , Mohamed Aghroud , Josy Capkun , Dan Channing Williams , Jamie Graham , Phoebe Vale Markham , Tom Mulberge , Teresa Orlando , Edoardo Petti , Mohammed Hamza Regragui , Lisa C. Satriano , Barney Shakespeare , Brittany Smith , Med Ali Souissi , Mehdi Souissi , Siggy Stone , Mounir Zaoui
distributor:
Columbia Pictures Corporation
production company:
Columbia Pictures Corporation , Amblin Entertainment , Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) , Parkes+MacDonald Image Nation , The Hideaway Entertainment
producer:
Laurie MacDonald , Walter F. Parkes
sfx supervisor:
Glenn Melenhorst , Alessandro Ongaro
franchise:
Men in Black
prequel:
Men in Black , Men in Black 2 , Men in Black 3
budget:
$110 million
runtime:
115 minutes

Synopsis

The Men in Black have always protected the Earth from the scum of the universe. In this new adventure, they tackle their biggest threat to date: a mole in the Men in Black organization.

This is the latest installment in the Men in Black franchise, which began with the original film in 1997. After the conclusion of that trilogy in 2012, Sony toyed with possible concepts to revive the property, including a crossover with the popular Jump Street reboot. Ultimately, the studio decided to go with a soft reboot starring new leads. In 2018, Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson signed on to star and the supporting cast followed shortly after that. Production began in July of that year and concluded in October 2018.

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