Via Brooklyn Paper
Hundreds of film fans watched from Wythe Avenue at Smith and Brolin — plus some funky stand-ins covered with lightbulbs to help create the computer-generated magic — lensed a scene set in the 1960s, where Agents J (Smith) and K (Tommy Lee Jones) time-travel to save the world somehow, encountering K’s younger self (Brolin, of course) and somehow avoiding ripping a hole in the space-time continuum.
The movie will be released next may, a full decade after “Men In Black 2.”
But few in Brooklyn care so long as the cash register keeps ringing — and Smith and Co. have been good for business.
In addition to Wednesday’s filming, Sony has also rented a warehouse on Rewe Street in Bushwick to store props and vehicles for the movie.
More at Brooklyn Paper.