It’s another black-tie affair for Tommy Lee Jones (65) and Will Smith, making their third appearance as alien-busting Agents J and K. True, Josh Brolin turns up as a younger version of Jones’ character (Smith goes back to 1969 to save his partner’s life), and I’ve got a nagging suspicion the plan is to keep him around for MIB4.
See also: Tommy Lee Jones in Company Men.
But Brolin does such an uncanny Jones imitation; maybe veteran director Barry Sonnenfeld (59) will find some way to bring them both back. In any case, at 43 and 44 respectively, Smith and Brolin may well be AARP age by the time another MIB sequel unspools. … Back to Article
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