After breaking out of LunarMax, a moon-based maximum security prison, Boris the Animal (Jemaine Clement) decides to go back in time and eliminate the person who arrested him - Agent K (Josh Brolin). When he does so, Agent J (Will Smith) realizes that the timeline has been changed and he too travels back to July 15, 1969, the day before Agent K is killed. After overcoming some disbelief, J manages to convince young K and others of just who he is and why he's there. With the help of Griffin (Michael Stuhlbarg), a being who can see all timelines, they track Boris down. J also learns a secret, something old Agent K (Tommy Lee Jones) had never told him.
They are back... in time.
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25 May 2012 (USA)
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Also Known As:
Men in Black 3D
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Opening Weekend USA: $54,592,779,
27 May 2012
Gross USA: $179,020,854
Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $624,026,776
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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: An alien on a screen in the background of MiB headquarters, with her alias as her alien name. See more
When K tells J he's suspended after asking about Boris, they get into a brief confrontation about it. As K is storming away to take the car, leaving J back at Wu's without a ride, J's suit is still dirty, wet, and nasty from his fight with the alien fish. Moments later, J is seen going to MiB headquarters and now his suit is clean and in perfect order. See more
Prison Guard #1
Well, well, Boris the Animal has a visitor. I guess one every 40 years is okay.
The opening title appears in a pan from the Moon to the Earth (something usually done at the end of the MiB films). See more
The Chinese restaurant scene has been censored for the mainland China release. The sequence with J and K in the back room has been edited to remove all shots of Wu, thus eliminating the revelation that Wu is actually an alien. A subsequent moment with J neuralyzing a group of ethnically Asian bystanders has also been deleted. See more
Referenced in Vedro: Family Tree
Written by Johann Sebastian Bach
Arranged by Paul O'Neill
Performed by Trans-Siberian Orchestra
Courtesy of Night Castle Management See more