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Smith, Jones' 'MiB3' zaps 'Avengers' out of No. 1

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The comic action heroes of "Men in Black 3" have taken over the weekend box office from the comic-book superheroes of "The Avengers." According to studio estimates Monday, Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones' latest "Men in Black" installment debuted with $70 million domestically over the four-day Memorial Day weekend, which proved unusually quiet at theaters for Hollywood overall.


Box Office Report: 'Men in Black 3' Tops Friday Box Office With $18 Million

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But to come out ahead, Sony's 3D tentpole will need plenty of kids and families to turn out over the long Memorial Day weekend; horror pic "Chernobyl Diaries" opens in the No. 4 spot with $3.5 milllion, Wes Anderson's "Moonrise Kingdom" soars at the specialty box more


'Men in Black 3' Reviews Not As Terrible As Its Troubled Production Had Suggested

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Even thought Men in Black II was a box office success, earning more than $440 million at the box office world wide, it received mostly poor reviews from the critics (Tomatometer 39%). Sony must have known that moviegoers who saw the second movie must not have high opinions of it either because they're allowing publications to release their reviews early for Men in Black III, hoping that the positive ones can help tip the scale in the movie's favor.


Jermaine Clement Joins Men in Black III

When Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones don their shades for action in "Men in Black III," they'll be facing off against Jermaine Clement of "Flight of the Conchords," who has signed on to play "the villainous Yaz."


'Men in Black III' in 3-D coming in 2012

Studio says deals sealed with Will Smith and director Barry Sonnenfeld, and Tommy Lee Jones in advanced talks; release date is May 25, 2012.


Men in Black 3 to Shoot Next Year?

Men in Black 3 looks set to become a reality, with Sony this week signing up a writer for the sci-fi sequel.


ShoWest: Third Men in Black in Development!

At the Sony Pictures presentation of their upcoming summer line-up, Sony President of Worldwide Distribution Rory Bruer introduced the footage to be shown--look for our description for the first-ever footage for Neil Blomkamp's District 9 below--talking about how excited they were about their upcoming line-up for the summer, but also looking forward to 2010 and 2011.


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