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The Men in Black International Trailer Brings Back Our Love of Suits

Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth in suits? Yes please.

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For quite some time now, we’ve been waiting for a glimpse at Men In Black International, the next installment in the MIB franchise.

In the trailer, Tessa Thompson’s character (known as Agent M) finds the Men in Black all on her own, proving that she’s meant to be with them. If you remember from the original movies, you don’t just walk into the M.I.B headquarters. It’s kind of a big deal that she has the ability to a) know they exist and b) know where they are.

So, she’s made Agent H’s partner, and the two have, seemingly, different tactics—meaning Agent H (Hemsworth) wants to eat tacos at 9:30 in the morning.

Obviously, we’re all excited. These two have amazing chemistry, and the Thor: Ragnarok reunion aspect isn’t lost on fans.

Obviously, the trailer has me excited.

And I mean, this is a sentiment we can get behind.

Maybe this movie is just going to keep giving us Thor vibes, and honestly, that’s okay.

Because Thor in a suit? Yes please.

The timing of yesterday’s live-action Aladdin pictures, featuring Will Smith’s Genie, and a trailer for a new Men in Black installment—a franchise Smith helped launch—wasn’t lost on anyone, either.

Let’s keep all the Thor references coming, though …

At the end of the day though, one thing is certain: We’re all super onboard with this movie.

Men in Black International comes out in the summer of 2019, and like Agent M, we also love Emma Thompson rocking a black suit—and Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson. Hopefully, this entire movie just puts everyone in a black suit.

(image: screengrab from YouTube/Sony Pictures)

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