Published: Thu, June 13, 2019

'Men in Black: International' Earns Worst 'MIB' Rotten Tomatoes Score

'Men in Black: International' Earns Worst 'MIB' Rotten Tomatoes Score

Actor Chris Hemsworth says India holds a special place in his and wife Elsa Pataky's heart, which is why they named their daughter India Rose after the country.

Chris was in India previous year to shoot for his web series in Ahmedabad and Mumbai.

"I pitched some ideas like 'People in Black, ' but that would be 'PiB, ' which sounds like a sandwich", Thompson said. Shooting there... There were thousands of individuals in the city consistently and I have never experienced that on set.

He added, "After every take (when the director) called "cut", there was loud cheer". But the warmth and support we got while shooting there, no matter how disruptive we were to their daily lives, it was so good. "I have huge appreciation to that". He has said he is open to returning as the character in future films.


"I was talking to a few about that.So maybe", he said.

Two decades have passed since Will Smith first teamed up with Tommy Lee Jones to protect Planet Earth from the worst scum of the universe.

Screen Rant: "Men in Black: International is a decent summer popcorn movie with enough enjoyable action and banter between H and M for a fine moviegoing experience". Unfortunately, it does not look like "Men in Black: International" will break that trend, given that it now holds a 30% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, with critics roundly trashing the film as unfunny, unexciting, and ultimately pointless.

Cinema Blend: "Sadly, Men In Black International really feels like someone pitched "Hemsworth and Thompson are the new Men In Black!" at a studio meeting, and everyone applauded, but no one could be bothered to develop any concrete details beyond that initial selling point".

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