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Men in Black III (23-May-2012)

Director: Barry Sonnenfeld

Writers: Etan Cohen; David Koepp; Jeff Nathanson; Michael Soccio

From novel by: Lowell Cunningham (comic)

Keywords: Sci-Fi, 3D

Tertiary installment in the wildly successful sci-fi chronicle follows Agent J as he travels through time to prevent a nefarious alien from negatively altering history.

ABSTRACT
Extraterrestrial prison escapee Boris the Animal, furious at Agent K for shooting his left arm off and jailing him, decides to travel back in time to 1969 to assassinate K and thereby change the course of history in his favor. Agent J, however, is right on his case, and embarks on a time-traveling adventure of his own with a view to preventing Boris from getting his way. Second sequel to Men in Black (1997).

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Josh Brolin
Actor
12-Feb-1968   No Country for Old Men
Jemaine Clement
Musician
10-Jan-1974   Flight of the Conchords
Alice Eve
Actor
6-Feb-1982   She's Out of My League
Joseph R. Gannascoli
Actor
15-Feb-1959   Vito on The Sopranos
Bill Hader
Actor
7-Jun-1978   Saturday Night Live
Tommy Lee Jones
Actor
15-Sep-1946   Men in Black
David Rasche
Actor
7-Aug-1944   Sledge Hammer!
Nicole Scherzinger
Dancer
29-Jun-1978   The Pussycat Dolls
Will Smith
Actor
25-Sep-1968   Fresh Prince of Bel Air
Barry Sonnenfeld
Film Director
1-Apr-1953   Men in Black
Emma Thompson
Actor
15-Apr-1959   Howard's End

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