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Jonah Falcon
Walked by an on location shoot for Men in Black 3 on 8th ave. It was shooting in one of those dingy Times Square T-shirt-and-electronics stores.

Wanna bet Jeebs is the owner?
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2 nomuru2d7th Apr 2011 06:54:18 PM from Back in Inkster, MI , Relationship Status: Longing for Dulcinea
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It'd have to be a really young Jeebs... considering that the plot's confirmed to be about time travel.
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For all we know about Jeebs, he could have looked the exact same all of those years ago.

The production of this film sounds disastrous. I think the first film is great, and kind of enjoy the second one in spite of its mediocrity, but I'm worried this will go horribly wrong.
I Am The Walrus
Can't be any worse than what happened with Brolin's Jonah Hex.
I need a drink
[up]starts crying uncontrollably
Theres sex and death and human grime in monochrome for one thin dime and at least the trains all run on time but they dont go anywhere.
Respect the Red Right Hand
I loved both the originals, can't wait to see where they take this for the third. grin
Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith are still in this right? If so then I have a good expectation for this one, I really enjoyed their interaction in the first two movies.
8 MousaThe148th Apr 2011 08:22:38 AM from Northern Virginia , Relationship Status: Showing feelings of an almost human nature
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Hold up.....

*Looks up Jeebs*]

Monk was Jeebs!??

dear god, first Minion and now this? My interest for the character has suddenly increased.

But yeah, MIB 3, has potential to be good or bad. Cautiously Optimistic am I.

edited 8th Apr '11 8:22:45 AM by MousaThe14

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They started filming when only a third of the script was written!

There are going to be problems.
I Am The Walrus
Yes, Jones and Smith are returning. However, Josh Brolin will be playing Jones's character for most of the film since they are in the 1960's.
Is Smith going to get his son to play him in the 60s??

That would be awesome!

12 Premonition458th Apr 2011 09:38:07 AM from New Jersey , Relationship Status: Longing for Dulcinea
Egon, but never forgotten.
With Josh Brolin onboard, does this mean there'll be No Country for Old Men in Black?

I couldn't resist...
"Let's see what happens when we take away the puppy."
13 GethKnight8th Apr 2011 01:08:44 PM from St.Charles, Missouri , Relationship Status: [TOP SECRET]
^^I don't think J was even born in the 60s. They could easily have J go back in time and team up with a young Agent K.
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14 Premonition458th Apr 2011 02:11:39 PM from New Jersey , Relationship Status: Longing for Dulcinea
Egon, but never forgotten.
Why do I get the feeling the animated Men in Black series tackled an episode like this?
"Let's see what happens when we take away the puppy."
15 GethKnight8th Apr 2011 02:13:14 PM from St.Charles, Missouri , Relationship Status: [TOP SECRET]
Because they kinda did. Except J used some alien device to become so smart he was immune to the bad guy locking away the original MIB agents.
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16 nomuru2d8th Apr 2011 02:37:48 PM from Back in Inkster, MI , Relationship Status: Longing for Dulcinea
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^^^That's the plot. J goes back in time and teams up with a young K.

edited 8th Apr '11 2:38:06 PM by nomuru2d

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17 johnnyfog8th Apr 2011 02:40:48 PM from the Velvet Room , Relationship Status: They can't hide forever. We've got satellites.
Looking forward to Emma Thompson in a blazer and tie. Mrowr.

..but seriously now. Men in Black III? MIB2 was a pale reflection of the original, and the first was only a success because Tommy Lee went off the rails and start ad-libbing every scene. This is not a strong foundation for a trilogy.

edited 8th Apr '11 2:41:41 PM by johnnyfog

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18 BigDaddyP9th Apr 2011 08:48:08 AM from England , Relationship Status: You cannot grasp the true form
Prepare your poke balls.
What was so bad about Men In Black 2? I had fun watching it, and it was interesting to see the switched dynamics.
Have you ever played 'nuts on the table'?
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That was a fun idea, until they ditched it.
20 johnnyfog10th Apr 2011 08:39:42 AM from the Velvet Room , Relationship Status: They can't hide forever. We've got satellites.
The second one didn't do much to justify its existence. Instead of K cracking wise, it's Will Smith. If I wanted that, I'd pop in my vhs of Wild Wild West (which incidentally is still better than MIB II).
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21 HopelessSituationWarrior10th Apr 2011 04:31:05 PM from Canada. The middle part.
Jemaine is the villain, so I'm excited.
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22 BigDaddyP10th Apr 2011 07:07:41 PM from England , Relationship Status: You cannot grasp the true form
Prepare your poke balls.
[up][up]And what was so bad about Wild Wild West? Maybe if you liked the original it was a poor adaption, but it was still funny and enjoyable.

Too many good films are panned.
Have you ever played 'nuts on the table'?
23 johnnyfog10th Apr 2011 08:20:41 PM from the Velvet Room , Relationship Status: They can't hide forever. We've got satellites.
I don't feel one way or the other about WWW, it's essentially just Men In Black Goes West. But I place it higher than MIB 2. Did you miss my point?
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24 Shota11th Apr 2011 05:57:54 AM , Relationship Status: Dancing with myself
[up][up]Wild Wild West was AWFUL.
25 MousaThe1411th Apr 2011 06:00:53 AM from Northern Virginia , Relationship Status: Showing feelings of an almost human nature
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[up]Awfully AWESOME!
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