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Will Smith & Tommy Lee Jones: 'Men in Black 3' Posters!

Will Smith & Tommy Lee Jones: 'Men in Black 3' Posters!

Check out the first posters for Men in Black III featuring Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones!

The bottom of the posters feature the website TheMenInBlackSuitsAreReal.com, which leads to a Facebook page run by “BugEyes126″.

“I’ve uncovered that there’s these Men in Black suits who monitor and police alien activity on earth. Up until now no one believes me, so I’m on a mission to prove that they’re real and that’s why I started this Facebook page. More soon,” the mystery person writes.

The third installment of the popular franchise hits theaters May 25, 2012 and also stars Emma Thompson, Josh Brolin, Bill Hader, and Nicole Scherzinger.

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4 Responses to “Will Smith & Tommy Lee Jones: 'Men in Black 3' Posters!”

  1. 1
    Slig o ^_________^ cute Says:

    What this pic

  2. 2
    BEAN Says:

    That is a really really bad poster

  3. 3
    katie999 Says:

    These posters give me a headache!!! They are horrible!

  4. 4
    isitfridayyet? Says:

    This looks a lot like one of Glenn Ligon’s works that I saw a museum once called Invisible Man: (http://artobserved.com/artimages/2010/09/GlennLigon-Invisible-Man-Two-Views.png) where there is a silouete hidden in uniform lines of text.

    Misappropriated art?

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