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It will hit theaters on June 14, 2019.

Sony announced Wednesday that the title for Men in Black 4 will officially be, Men in Black: International. The reboot stars Thor: Ragnarok’s Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson.

The reveal came in a teaser image posted to the Men in Black official Facebook page, with few details released.

The movie was previously known to be in development from early 2018, as reports circulated that Fate of the Furious director, F. Gary Gray, would be directing the reboot.

Shortly after, THR reported that Thompson and Hemsworth would be joining the cast, and it is now confirmed they will be playing Agent M and Agent H. Liam Neeson has also been cast as an unknown character.

Hemsworth posted a photo with Thompson to his Instagram in September with both of them wearing white button up shirts with black ties, and the caption reading:¬†“#MIB #PIB #HIB #MWIB #legendsinblack #revengers4life @tessamaethompson.”

Thompson and Hemsworth both posted to social media in October saying the film was a wrap for them.

Men in Black: International will not include Will Smith or Tommy Lee Jones from the original movies, and will be an action-comedy that leans more toward an ensemble movie. Rebecca Ferguson, Rafe Spall, and Kumail Nanjiani will also have roles in the film, with Emma Thompson reprising her role as Agent O.

Steven Spielberg is on as an executive producer, along with director of the original Men in Black movies, Barry Sonnenfeld.

Men in Black: International is set to release in theaters on June 14, 2019. Stay tuned to IGN for all entertainment news and check out our Men in Black 4 hub for more details on the reboot!

Jessie Wade is a news writer for IGN and loved Thompson in Ragnarok. Chat with her on Twitter @jessieannwade.



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