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Men in Black trailer: Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth
Men in Black trailer: Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth
Men in Black: Trailer Features Combat With Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth
 
     
 
In the first Men in Black: International trailer, Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth travel across international and intergalactic boundaries to save the human species.
 
Agent M (Thompson) joins the mysterious Men in Black and is partnered with Agent H (Hemsworth), a slacker agent who insists on eating lunch at 9:30 in the morning. From New York to Paris, and from London to the Sahara, the two are tasked with working together and keeping aliens from destroying humanity, all while wearing their iconic black suits and ties (and sunglasses, too, of course). Emma Thompson costars in the film as Agent O, the head of the United States Men in Black division, which, as she reveals in the trailer “are a rumor, recognizable only as déjà vu and dismissed just as quickly.” Liam Neeson plays the head of the United Kingdom division, and Kumail Nanjiani lends his voice to Pawny, a petit extraterrestrial sidekick that helps out Agent H and Agent M. With the help of a handful of chrome gadgets and gizmos, Thompson and Hemsworth’s characters travel the globe to smash aliens to smithereens and save every person on the planet—before wiping the memories of every witness of their actions with a neuralyzer.
 
Men in Black: International is the fourth installment of the sci-fi fantasy series that stems from the Marvel/Malibu comic universe and initially starred Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones in the lead roles of Agent J and Agent K. It also doubles as a reunion for Thompson and Hemsworth, who starred together in Thor: Ragnarok in 2017. Thompson teased images of herself with Hemsworth in the Sahara Desert earlier in December on her Instagram, calling him “the ‘Fred’ to my ‘Ginger’” and insisting that the sand in their shoes would not stop them from saving the world.
 
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Tessa Thompson Hair Extensions
Hair extensions are a great hair accessory. When considering hair extensions have a consultation with a professional hairstylist who specializes in extensions to determine the best match for your hair and desires
Hair extensions are a great hair accessory.
 
Hair extensions are a great hair accessory. They allow you to try a new ‘do with little commitment. You can go from long to short or short to long and back again. You can experiment with colors or textures different from your own. Or you can use them to add volume to beef up a skimpy mane.
 
Some women wear extensions as a protective style while transitioning from chemically processed hair to their natural hair texture, so as not to compromise their healthy hair goals in the process. “The trend of wearing curly/textured extensions really ties into the overall natural hair movement and the desire by women to have options that fit within, rather than disrupt, their personal style choices,” says Ngozi Opara, certified hair manufacturer and founder of Heat Free Hair.
 
Others, such as celebrities, models and entertainers may wear extensions as a protective means to shield their hair from the daily stresses that it endures on a film set, photo studio or stage. Whatever your reasons for wearing extensions, choosing the right type for your needs and maintaining them properly is key.
 
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Tessa Thompson Is the Heavyweight Champ of Creed II
Tessa Thompson Is the Heavyweight Champ of Creed II
Tessa Thompson Is the Heavyweight Champ of Creed II
 
Tessa Thompson is a superhero, full stop. In the past year alone, she's starred in Sorry to Bother You, Annihilation, and Creed II, she has a Men in Black reboot on the way, and she literally played a superhero in Thor: Ragnarok. For Creed II, she's also written and performed her very own original music, redefined the role of the stereotypical boxer wife with strength, independence, and unapologetic blackness, and dealt with a "hangry" Michael B. Jordan on set.
 
And what does she ask of us? To let her be mediocre. Let her be average. "For me, the mark of true equality will be when we get to be mediocre," says Thompson, the "we" here referring to black actors. "I feel like we are all exceptional because you have to be. It will just be nice when you get to be average."
 
While Thompson probably won't be pulling an "average" any time soon, the actress is finding the balance between roles that challenge her and providing some much needed representation in Hollywood. And with boxing blockbuster Creed II, Thompson has done just that. She plays Bianca, a "fiercely" strong musician who can, and does, go toe to toe with Jordan's strong-willed boxer Adonis. Bianca is no sidekick or cheerleader—a choice that Thompson influenced while shaping the role with director Steven Caple Jr.
 
Below, Thompson opens up about her special connection to the characters she plays, her undying passion for acting, and Michael B. Jordan's secret (he eats pizza in sweatpants).
 
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How the actress made sure Bianca would be "no sidekick or cheerleader"
How the actress made sure Bianca would be no sidekick or cheerleader
How the actress made sure Bianca would be no sidekick or cheerleader
 
You've said you felt a connection with Bianca even when you weren’t filming and have mentioned that you look for roles that are parts of yourself you haven’t been able to explore. How does Bianca fit into that?
 
Well, we're actually really dissimilar in a lot of ways, but I can relate to the fact that she's a musician and that's really tied to her identity. I can relate to that. It felt like acting was always this compulsion in school; I would try to do other things, and went to school for other things, but always came back to acting. It felt like something that I could not not do. In the first film, Adonis asks her why she does what she does, and she says it makes her feel alive. In this one, it's something they talk about a lot, that they wouldn't exist if they didn't do the thing that they burn for. I think I can really relate to that.
 
They all mean a lot to me, for a multitude of reasons. I feel really lucky to get to make work at this time and be part of the conversation around representation for women and particularly women of color; our ideas are becoming more expansive. Detroit means a lot to me because I felt like it was the first time I had the chance to play inside of a magical-realism narrative. So many of the films that I grew up watching that made me want to make movies, like Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind—all of these incredible sort of mind-bending, hyper-imaginative stories—just felt really not terribly inclusive of people of color, so that felt monumental to me.
 
Bianca feels significant to me in the sense that she's a really well-rounded female character inside a sports narrative, which is really rare. We hadn't seen that since the first Rocky, and so to continue that tradition with a character that is also unapologetically black and independent felt significant. I couldn't really pick one. It'd be like having to kill one of my darlings. They all mean a lot to me.
 
I'd be hard pressed to look at something objectively, because I'm me. I feel like, yes, selfishly I want to be breaking new ground for myself. So it's like, "What have I not done?" I came from the indie world, so the idea of getting to do a big ol' giant movie and work on green screen felt attractive because it mildly terrified me. It felt like something new. Then in a macro sense, I feel like it's deeply significant culturally. For me the sweet spot is when those two things align. I want to make work that I'm proud of, so that's the first thing. And then inside of that is also, "Is this a good way to contribute? Is there something to say in this that the culture needs?"
 
I feel so tethered to stories that center women and center women of color, because I happen to be both of those things. But I feel like where we really can break ground is when there are too many of us for one of us to be exceptional. That's what's exciting about this time. Playing Valkyrie was cool, but then when Black Panther came along and suddenly there's all these other women of color in this space, that's cooler. That feels better to me. I would prefer to be one of many than to be just one. Similarly, getting to work with women directors. We just don't get those opportunities nearly enough. For me, the mark of true equality will be when we get to be mediocre. I feel like we are are all exceptional because you have to be. It will just be nice when you get to be average.
 
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Tessa Thompson Wears Custom Sweater in Support of Female Directors
Tessa Thompson Wears Custom Sweater in Support of Female Directors
Tessa Thompson Wears Custom Sweater in Support of Female Directors
 
Step aside, protest tees, and make room for the new “It” graphic top: protest sweaters. Following in the footsteps of Connie Britton’s Golden Globes look, Tessa Thompson wore a sweater during a panel at Sundance, embroidered with the first names of four female directors. Written on Thompson’s red version were Ava, Greta, Patty, and Dee, an homage to Ava DuVernay, Greta Gerwig, Patty Jenkins, and Dee Rees.
 
The custom Lingua Franca cashmere sweater got the attention of DuVernay, who tweeted, “This just made my Monday. Much love to you, @TessaThompson_x. And love to all who understand that a lack of women directors is to film/TV what one hand is to clapping.”
 
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