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Man In Black 3 (2012):
In 2012, Boris the Animal, last of the malevolent Boglodites that consumed all planets in their path, escapes from a lunar prison seeking vengeance on Men in Black Agent K, who shot off his left arm and jailed him in 1969. Boris confronts K and his partner Agent J, telling K he is "already dead" before fleeing. J searches the MIB database when K refuses to discuss his past and discovers Boris committed several murders in 1969 before being captured by K. 

Agent K then deployed the "ArcNet" shield around Earth that prevented a Boglodite invasion and starved the race to extinction. Agent O, the new head of MIB after Agent Zed's passing, tells J not to probe deeper. That night as K is talking with J on the phone, K vanishes. When J arrives at MIB headquarters looking for K, he finds out no one remembers K ever existed. O shows J a memorial statue of K, who was killed by Boris in 1969. Further discussion reveals the chocolate-milk cravings and headaches J is experiencing indicate the presence of a "temporal fracture", or a break in the timeline. From the warnings of the approaching Boglodite warships, J deduces Boris time-traveled to July 16, 1969 and succeeded in killing K, thus preventing the ArcNet from ever being installed. J time-travels to that the day before K's death to try to save K.

In 1969 at Coney Island where the first murder took place, J finds the 1969 Boris and attempts to shoot him but is knocked out by young K. J is taken to 1969 MIB headquarters for questioning and watches in disbelief as K flirts with the 1969 O. K prepares to neuralyze J until J reveals his mission, convincing K to accept his aid in stopping Boris. They follow clues to Griffin, a fifth-dimensional being who sees multiple timelines simultaneously and current possessor of the ArcNet.
Directed by     Barry Sonnenfeld
Produced by     Walter F. Parkes,Laurie MacDonald
Written by     Etan Cohen,Will Smith (story uncredited) based on The Men in Black by Lowell Cunningham

    Will Smith,
    Tommy Lee Jones
    Josh Brolin
    Jemaine Clement
    Michael Stuhlbarg
    Emma Thompson

Music by     Danny Elfman
Cinematography     Bill Pope
Edited by     Don Zimmerman
Production company: Amblin Entertainment, P+M Image Nation, Hemisphere Media Capital
Distributed by     Columbia Pictures

Release dates:
May 23, 2012 (France)    May 25, 2012 (United States)
Running time     106 minutes
Country     United States
Language     English
Budget     $215 million
Under distribution by Columbia Pictures, the film was released on May 25, 2012 in theaters. The film is rated PG-13 by MPAA for "sci-fi action violence and brief suggestive content". The film is rated PG by the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) for "mild language, innuendo and fantasy violence". The film is rated M by Australian Classification Board for "science fiction violence".
The film was released on DVD, Blu-Ray, and Blu-Ray 3D on November 30, 2012, and as part of the Men in Black Trilogy Limited Edition Giftset with Worm Figurine on Blu-Ray.

Box office Summary:

MIB 3 has earned $179,020,854 in North America, as of September 9, 2012, and $445,005,922 in other countries, as of August 19, 2012, for a worldwide total of $624,026,776. It had a worldwide opening weekend of $189.9 million. It made the biggest worldwide IMAX Memorial-Day weekend ($12.7 million from 474 theaters), surpassing the previous record of Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides.

In North America, MIB 3 earned $1.55 million during its midnight run from 2,233 locations. On its opening day, the film debuted at the top of the box office and grossed $17.7 million (including midnight grosses). This was slightly lower than the opening day grosses of its predecessors.During its three-day opening weekend, it topped the box office with $54.6 million, which was higher than the opening weekends of the two previous films.The movie then earned an additional $14.7 million on Memorial Day, bringing its four-day weekend total to $69.3 million. The opening weekend audience was 54 percent male and 56 percent over the age of 25. The film received a B+ CinemaScore. It remained in first place at the North American box office for one week.

Outside North America, MIB 3 is the highest-grossing film of the franchise and the tenth highest-grossing 2012 film. It made $135.3 million on its opening weekend from 85 territories. Its highest-grossing openings were recorded in China ($21.7 million), and Russia and the CIS ($16.9 million). It was in first place at the box office outside North America for two consecutive weekends.
At The Factory studio party hosted by Andy Warhol (who is revealed to be an MIB agent), the 1969 Boris attacks. Griffin flees, but not before promising a gift and leaving a hint about a miracle game. J remembers the "miracle game" of the 1969 World Series took place in Shea Stadium. There they find Griffin, who shares his timeline vision of "his favorite moment in human history" when the underdog New York Mets win the World Series. Before Griffin can give them the ArcNet, the 1969 Boris kidnaps him. J and K pursue and rescue Griffin and the ArcNet, but the 1969 Boris escapes and meets his 2008 counterpart.

J, K, and Griffin jet-pack to Cape Canaveral, Florida, where the ArcNet must be attached to the Apollo 11 rocket so it can be deployed in space. The military police stop them, but Griffin shows a skeptical colonel the future, convincing him of the agents' importance. The colonel assists them in reaching the launch site. As the agents climb up the rocket's launch tower, both 1969 Boris and 2012 Boris attack them. Using his time-travel device, J evades an attack by 2012 Boris and knocks him off one of the launch tower bridges. K shoots off the 1969 Boris's left arm, knocking him off the tower as well. The ArcNet is attached and deploys successfully, with 2012 Boris being incinerated by the launching rocket's exhaust. 

K and J both escape to ground level via zip line baskets. Once on the ground, the younger Boris attacks K, only to mortally wound the colonel who jumped in front of K. K kills Boris since J told him not to take him alive. The colonel's young son runs to his father but is stopped by K, who uses the neuralyzer on the boy and tells him his father is a hero. Observing from afar, J recognizes the boy's pocket watch as it is identical to the one he carries with him. He realizes that the young boy is himself, the colonel is his father, and that K has been watching over him all his life. J returns to 2012 with the timeline restored, joins K at a diner for pie, and subtly thanks him for all his care. As they leave, Griffin, who was sitting nearby, says that this is his new favorite moment in human history.

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