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  1. Hilary Swank And Tommy Lee Jones Talk Feminism, Gender Equality, And Hollywood For The Homesman

    The Homesman is a Western with a feminist slan—and while our reviewer didn't love it, both Hilary Swank and her co-star and writer/director Tommy Lee Jones feel very strongly about the film's message.

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  2. Miss Meadows & The Homesman Miss The Mark With Their Treatment Of Child Abuse And Mental Illness

    Two newly-released black comedies this week share a common thread beyond their genre: their inability to effectively address important issues. Both Miss Meadows and The Homesman attempt o engage in serious genre twists - an assassination thriller and an old-fashioned Western from post-modern feminist slants - and while both get an E for effort, neither film succeeds in their grand ambition.

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  3. So There’s Going To Be A Men In Black 4

    Sure. Fine. Whatever.

    I almost used this picture for the top pic. Because really, people. 

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  4. The 2012 Golden Globe Winners

    Not all that glitters is gold

    If you'd like to know why the Internet thinks that Tommy Lee Jones is Grumpy Cat, then I have an informative little post for you right here, with all the funny stuff from last night's broadcast. But if you'd just like to know who won, then read on! Spoilers: some people didn't. Like, you might want to steer clear of the Benedict Cumberbatch tag on Tumblr for a few days...

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  5. Men In Black 3 Knocks The Avengers Out of the Top Box Office Spot

    and let it be known

    It looks like The Avengers have officially left for some extended shawarma time -- Men in Black 3 took over the top of the box office this Memorial Day weekend. As much as we would have liked to see our Marvel heroes stay at Number One and reign triumphant over moviegoers for the rest of eternity, this was obviously going to happen at some point. I'm pretty sure our lives will remain exactly as they were, and hey, it's about time another movie made some money as we officially head into the summer blockbuster season. Deep breaths, deep breaths...

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  6. Official Trailer for Men in Black III: Two Grown Men Talkin' to the Wall, Wall Talkin' Back

    The perpetually troubled Men in Black III finally has an official trailer. The story features Will Smith traveling back in time to save Tommy Lee Jones from, I don't know, extinction? Unfortunately, that seems to mean that Tommy Lee Jones will not be in the movie as much as fans would like, as Will Smith deals with a younger Agent K, played by Josh Brolin. Either way, the trailer looks like your par-for-the-course Men in Black humor and Will Smith being charming. Hitting theaters May 25, 2012.

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  7. Consider Your Period Piece Blown to Pieces: Captain America: The First Avenger


    NEEDLESS TO SAY, INCREDIBLE AMOUNT OF SPOILERS THEREIN. You've got to hand it to Marvel for figuring a few things out recently. While their Big Two competitor gleefully jettisons 70 years of questionable costume changes and Kraft single one-liners, Marvel's gone back to their roots with stellar results. Their streak continues with the good old new-fashioned Captain America. Retro is always in style, and a dose of gee-wizardry can go a long way, particularly if you're harkening to old school heroics for summer box-office fun. Don't call Captain America a period piece, though; it'll knock your period to pieces. Sincere, fun, and earnest without verging on treacly, the Cap's big trip to the big screen has a potent mix of the retro winking and newfangled action that is Golden Age adaptation at its best.

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  8. More Delays for Men in Black 3

    Nope. Still Not Happening.

    The original story was that the production crew for Men in Black 3 were going to wait until after the President's Day holiday to take advantage of New York City's warmer weather as well as its tax incentives. But then, the script started changing hands, causing more delays, and Josh Brolin -- who will be playing a young version of Tommy Lee Jones' character -- was becoming less enthusiastic about the project. What's going on? Are they planning to save this for Jaden Smith? (Please no, please no, please no ...)

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  9. Men in Black 3: In 3D, In 2012

    It's official. Columbia Pictures has secured actor Will Smith, director Barry Sonnenfeld, and is in "advanced negotiations" with Tommy Lee Jones: Men in Black 3 is scheduled for a summer 2012 release. In a possible major plot-related give away, Columbia has also announced that they are in talks with Josh Brolin (of No Country for Old Men and Milk) to play a young Agent Kay.

    ScreenRant suggests that this means that the movie will heavily feature the training of a new Kay. We have another idea.

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  10. Finally: “Men in Black” Coming in 3-D

    Men in Black was awesome. Men in Black II, which came out eight years ago, was eh. Where will the third Men in Black movie fall on the awesome-eh spectrum? Unclear, but there are three key facts which may sway you, confirmed by director Barry Sonnenfeld: The movie is "ready to roll," MiB stars Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones have signed on, and -- brace for possible facepalm -- the movie's going to be in 3D.

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