He has said he is open to returning as the character in future films.
Opening up about his love for the country, the "Thor" star said: "I love the place and the people". "I pitched 'People In Black, ' but that's P.I.B. and that sounds like a sandwich!"
"She said something great, like, 'I've had the conversation, it takes time.' I think what she's speaking to is the fact that sometimes change happens quicker than we have language to describe it", Tessa Thompson told reporters.
The case of sequelitis continues, at least in terms of reviews, as the Men In Black International Rotten Tomatoes score is in, and similar to Godzilla and Dark Phoenix, it's not good. I think we could maybe change the name at some point, but the truth is [the presence of women in the movie] is really significant, and I hope we can get to the space where it's not noteworthy when women topline [sci-fi and genre] films.More news: Local soccer super fan heads to France to watch Women’s World Cup
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Screen Rant: "Men in Black: International is a decent summer popcorn movie with enough enjoyable action and banter between H and M for a fine moviegoing experience". It's time to wave the neuralyzer in the face of every executive involved and murmur softly: "forget about this franchise".
The Men In Black International Rotten Tomatoes score now comes in at only 34% with 78 reviews counted.
Men In Black: International will release in India on June 14 in Hindi, English, Tamil and Telugu. Not all the reviews were negative, however.