The still, here for your viewing pleasure thanks to Yahoo! Movies, shows Will Smith as Agent J and Josh Brolin as the younger version of Agent K with whom J teams up when he travels back in time to the 1960's. J's jaunt through time happens in response to a vengeful alien biker who goes back a few decades to settle some beef with Jone's character.
The two posters, meanwhile, were unearthed at the poster-loving IMP Awards. One has Smith with Brolin, the other with Tommy Lee Jones. Taken together, both pretty cleanly convey the basic time-travel conceit of Men in Black 3 and assures audiences that they'll be getting two Agent Ks played by two separate Oscar-caliber actors.
Director Barry Sonnenfeld, who directed the first two Men in Black, as well as Get Shorty, The Addams Family, Big Trouble, and Wild Wild West, returns for his feature since 2006's RV. The screenplay, which rather notoriously wasn't completed until it had caused a planned delay to get considerably longer, is credited to Etan Cohen, Jeff Nathanson, and David Koepp.
Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones continue to carry the franchise fifteen years after its debut, this with an added both from Josh Brolin. Jemaine Clement of Flight of the Conchords plays the bad guy, and the supporting cast includes Emma Thompson, Alice Eve, Bill Hader, and Nicole Scherzinger.
Be wearing Rogue 3D Eyewear when Men in Black 3 arrives in three dimensions on May 25th.