So we're all pretty familiar with the film franchise Men In Black. The alien blockbuster, originally starring Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones, is based on the comic book series by American author Lowell Cunningham.
The first installment premiered in 1997 and was followed by two sequels and an animated series.
Did I mention that it also gave us a major bop sound track, complete with choreography?
Well, in its latest reboot, the franchise has reunited Tessa Thompson with her Thor Ragnarok co-star Chris Hemsworth as the new leads for Men In Black: International which debuts worldwide on June 14.
Hemsworth and Thompson, who play Agent H and Agent M respectively, have been out and about promoting the film which sees the Men In Black tackle their biggest, most global threat to date: a mole within the galaxy-defending organisation.
On Tuesday night, they attended the AMC Lincoln Square in New York for the premiere.
Speaking to Variety on the, yes, black carpet, Thompson was asked about the word "men" in the film's title, considering the fictional non-governmental alien monitoring agency isn't an all-male institution.
The actor drew parallels between the franchise and Hollywood as a whole, noting that both had "antiquated ways of working".
Thompson then added that she hoped that in the future, her character Agent M would be a catalyst for change from within the organisation.
And there you have it. News.
Ade Onibada is a junior reporter at BuzzFeed and is based in London.
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