Will Smith Goes Full Will Smith In 'Men In Black III' Trailer

Whoa. Whoa. You went too Will Smith, Will Smith. Sadly there's no one to defend the galaxy against Will Smith in the first trailer for Men In Black III. Here we mostly see Smith as Agent J marauding around New York City and giving aliens and humans alike some serious sass. I guess it's important to impress alien enemies with the latest slang before liquefying them with a ray gun. After ten years away from the screen, the MiB are still operating in secret under the nose of John Q. Public. A powerful enemy escapes their holding cell and travels backward in time to kill Agent K and rewrite history. Agent J, being the fan of history that he is, finds a way to jump back in time as well to stop the fiendish plot. This is a pretty vague first look, so let's look forward to a longer, more plot-driven trailer. In other words, let's see Alice Eve in some tiny 1960's dresses.

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