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Agent K and Agent J Suit Up for First 'Men in Black 3' Teaser Posters

November 28, 2011 (7:56 am) GMT
The first two one-sheets for the movie see 'MIB3' logos forming the face of the two lead characters played by Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith.

First two teaser posters for "Man in Black 3" have made their way out. Neither of the one-sheets has officially been released online, but Collider brought forth the one featuring Agent K and First Showing gives a look at the other one exposing Agent J. The portrait of both agents in black suits and sunglasses are made up of "MIB3" logos.

reprises his role as Agent K, while returns as Agent J in the movie. It is said that Jones will have a smaller role in the film since the story focuses on Agent J as he gets involved in a time travel to visit young Agent K, who is played by , and to prevent a world-ending disaster.

Back in September, make-up and effects specialist Rick Baker revealed details about how the aliens in "MIB 3" will look like. "The first thing I said is that we should have retro aliens, not aliens of 2012," he said. "More based on B-movies of the '50s and '60s. So, a lot of the aliens are based on that. Space suits with fishbowl helmets and ray guns."

"MIB 3" is directed by Barry Sonnenfeld and is expected to open wide in U.S. theaters on May 25, 2012. Joining Smith, Jones and Brolin in the cast ensemble are as Boris, as Agent O and as villainous Lilly.

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