Catching up with MTV, director Barry Sonnenfeld talked about the production of the film, but more interestingly, revealed that rebooting the series is very much on the table. "The fantastic thing about 'Men in Black 3' is that it totally closes out the trilogy, it answers questions that you didn't even know you should be asking, it leaves you emotionally warm and sad and happy, and it could also reboot the franchise," he explained. "But I can't even begin to tell you how to interpret all of that. [Laughs] But I would say this: If your interpretation is that 'Men in Black 4' will only star the worm guys and Frank the pug, you are wrong."
So a Brolin-led franchise set in the '70s, maybe with Andy Warhol as his partner? We'd pay to see that. But seriously, if you thought Sony was going to let this cash cow disappear after the third installment in 2012, guess again. And we'd wager keeping "Men In Black" alive for a new series of films might fill out the supernatural blockbuster slot more easily than trying to get the forever gestating/never gonna happen "Ghostbusters 3" off the ground.
Of course, just how the ending will leave room for more adventures remains to be seen, but you can find out for yourself on May 25th. In 3D, of course. And take a look at some of the alien creatures below courtesy of EW.