"She said something great, like, 'I've had the conversation, it takes time.' I think what she's speaking to is the fact that sometimes change happens quicker than we have language to describe it", Tessa Thompson told reporters.
Hemsworth also dished on his friendship with "Men in Black: International" co-star Tessa Thompson. "Yes, send me a script and we'll find something out". "I love the place and the people". Thanks to that brighter outlook overseas, Men in Black International is looking at a worldwide debut between $100-$115 million according to Deadline.
EW, meanwhile, singled out director F. Gary Gray and how he "reduces his leads" chemistry into action heroics", and described "Men In Black International' in general as "a awful reboot".
"It's time to wave the neuralyzer in the face of every executive involved and murmur softly: forget about this franchise", said Peter Bradshaw of The Guardian.
However, Beth Elderkin of io9 says, "it kind of feels like the flawless sequel to the original Men in Black. But it's still a campy, cool sci-fi spy thriller". It's a line that sums up the thinking behind the latest incarnation of the aliens-among-us franchise, a spin-off/reboot that - despite boasting new leads, a new director, and a host of new locations - is very much a case of same old, same old.
Even though some critics said the Men in Black: International script was "uninspired", the movie still hasn't received any audience feedback yet, so their opinions will count as well for the final Rotten Tomatoes scores.