Producer:F. Gary Gray
Actors:Chris Hemsworth, Tessa Thompson, Rebecca Ferguson, Kumail Nanjiani, Rafe Spall, Laurent Bourgeois, Larry Bourgeois, Emma Thompson, Liam Neeson, Mandeiya Flory, Kayvan Novak, Annie Burkin, Tim Blaney, Spencer Wilding, Marcy Harriell, Inny Clemons, Thom Fountain, Drew Massey, Aaron Serotsky, Matthew Bates, Sartaj Garewal, Stephen Wight, Brian Silliman, John Sousa, Jeff Kim, Michael Adams, Andrew Greenough, Natasha Culzac, David Hartley, Paul Brennen, Ania Sowinski, Stefan Kalipha, Daniel Scott-Smith, Vincent Pirillo, Kaya Brown-Hallam, Beau Fowler, Lukas DiSparrow, Andy Beckwith, Romanos Blanco, Aistė Diržiūtė, Anatole Taubman, Sorel Johnson, Paul Smith, Bern Collaço, Mike Capozzola, J.J. Abrams, Elle Black, Donald Glover, Ariana Grande, Elon Musk, Hiten Patel, Dimitri Vegas, Mike Lewis
Plot of the film "Men in Black: International"
Something funny is happening in the MiB. This, in itself, is probably unremarkable. When you work for the Men in Black, you can see all sorts of "funny" things when you punch the clock. Maybe a thousand-tentacled creature is walking through the corridors. Or maybe a family of literally pot-bellied inhabitants of Zerboni enjoys soda through osmosis. Of course, most people, when faced face to face with a one-eyed and three-nosed Begurtigar, can do a double take. But in MiB, "funny" is a relative concept. When a cheerful alien prince, supposedly under the protection of the MiB, is killed by a pair of werewolf killers, it becomes clear that not all these Men (and Women) in black are who they pretend to be. And Hi Ti, the London bureau chief, is going to investigate. Could Agent H be the culprit-a reckless, irresponsible fool who is still considered one of the agency's greatest heroes? A man who, together with Agent T, who is still in sight, saved the world using (as it is often repeated) "only his ingenuity and deatomizers of the 70 series"? Maybe it's Agent C-a blond bureaucrat who has taken his hatred of the cute Agent H to a new and possibly unprofessional level? Or maybe it's the new Agent M? If an outside agency had been investigating, it looks like she would have been the prime suspect initially. After all, she, in fact, broke into the headquarters of the IIB and practically insisted that someone make her an agent (which someone did). Then she ingratiated herself into the confidence of the infamous loner Agent H, thus receiving the task of protecting the now deceased prince.