Men in Black III Is a Real Happening Thing, Has Daleks?

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Alright Men in Black III. MiB II never quite lived up to its predecessor, and history has shown us that the long delayed sequel also rarely manages to capture the joy of the original. But that logo…

I am forced to admit that that is some slick (no. pun. intended.) design. Color me impressed.

Yes, sorry, there will be real set photos in this post, starting right now.

Specifically in a cornfield, where Agent J and a young Agent K (the movie’s plot is confirmed to involve J time-travelling back to the 1960’s shortly after K was involved in first contact and the MiB were (was?) formed) take in the sights.

J is unimpressed.

But on the other hand, these metal creatures do look kind of familiar…

Something time-travel related, I think…

I think what I’m trying to say is that the Daleks have really let themselves go.

Also, Will Smith’s “It’s far too sunny out here to not be wearing my anti-Neuralizer glasses” face looks just like his “I can’t believe I’m covered in alien afterbirth and some of it got in my mouth face.”

(via Collider.)


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