Sony’s upcoming Men in Black spin-off finally has a title!
We’ve known for quite some time that Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth are teaming up to defend the galaxy in the highly anticipated Men in Black spinoff.
But one thing the Sony entity has been without since it was first announced earlier this year is an official title. That is, until now.
Hemsworth took to Twitter to give fans a first look at himself and Thompson in their respective roles. The Thor: Ragnarok star also confirmed that the official title for the spin-off is MIB: International.
The title seems extremely fitting given what we know about the movie so far. Though Sony is keeping specifics about the plot close to the chest, one thing they have been teasing is that this time around, the good guys dressed in black will be setting off on a mission that’ll take them all over the world.
From Hemsworth’s caption, we now know that one city they’ll be visiting is London.
“#FBF shooting MIB with my partner in galaxy protection [Tessa Thompson] when we were ripping aliens a new one,” tweeted Hemsworth. “From memory, this shot was taken in between set ups when we noticed some criminal activity on the streets in London. #MIBInternational We immediately drew our laser guns and took down one of the largest crime syndicates in the city. Happy to say the streets of London are now safe again. You’re welcome world.
#FBF shooting MIB with my partner in galaxy protection @TessaThompson_x when we were ripping aliens a new one. From memory, this shot was taken in between set ups when we noticed some criminal activity on the streets in London. #MIBInternational 🕶️ @MenInBlack pic.twitter.com/b89RQCcswl
— Chris Hemsworth (@chrishemsworth) December 7, 2018
Hemsworth isn’t the only one who gave fans a sneak peek of the film.
His co-star Tessa Thompson treated fans to another still from the movie over on her Instagram. In her caption, the actress noted that this particular scene is meant to take place in the Sahara.
“#FBF to me & [Chris Hemsworth] (the Fred to my Ginger) saving the universe, YES, even with sand in our shoes,” wrote Thompson. “Also, it was casual Friday for the galaxy defenders— that’s why we lost the jackets— which was handy because it was the Sahara.”
We can’t wait to hear about what other cities the MIB will tackle in the upcoming film!
Men in Black: International hits theaters on June 14, 2019.