Will Smith Confirms Lady Gaga’s Cameo in Men In Black III
According to The Daily Mail, Will Smith has confirmed that Momma Monster and others will be making their Men in Black debut.
Smith was quoted saying: “We have a couple of celebrity cameos, but I think I can not reveal who they are.”
“We must keep as a surprise that Lady Gaga appears.”
Well, there you go. Way to keep a surprise, Will.
Gaga has always wanted to take on an acting role. She recently revealed to Ellen Degeneres that her “dream is to be in a Woody Allen movie.” I’m not sure if Men in Black III coincides with that dream, but it’s a start! Now that her appearance is confirmed, the bigger question(s) is will she and the other celebs be fighting aliens? Will they BE the aliens? Will Gaga try and take over Earth with her little monsters? The possibilities are endless!
In addition to Gaga’s role, former lead Pussycat Doll and X-Factor judge Nicole Scherzinger will be taking on a villainous role in the film (that will sure get the men hyped up!).
The official trailer!
This won’t be the first time the film franchise features big time celebrities. In the second film, the King of Pop Michael Jackson made a cameo appearance. Check it out below!
The first Men in Black film, which came out in 1997, was a huge success both in the U.S and worldwide. In its opening weekend it made $84,133,900. It also brought in a gross amount of $360,600,000 worldwide.
The next chapter of the series was released in 2002 and featured Jackass Johnny Knoxville and brought in $52,148,751 in the U.S and $235,200,000 worldwide, proving that its following isn’t going anywhere. Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith will continue on the fight against aliens attacking NYC on Memorial Day of this year. With the advance in special effects and technology, Will and Tommy Lee’s comedic timing and chemistry, and the film’s large following — Men in Black 3 is sure to be a success.
Are you ready?
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