Tommy Lee Jones back in ‘Black,’ won’t be replaced by Josh Brolin Tommy Lee Jones will be reprising his role as Agent K in “Men in Black 3.”

There was some doubt on the blogsphere as it was announced earlier that Josh Brolin would be playing a younger version of the character.

Brolin, in an interview with MTV, confirms that he’ll continue to play a young K, but alongside Jones’ older version.

Says the actor, “I don’t know what the balance is yet. I’m not replacing Tommy, that I know. There’s more suggestion going on than anything.

“But now I’m looking at it from a different perspective. It’s very, very interesting. As you can tell I get nervous talking about it because I’m not there yet and hopefully it’ll be alright. I think it’s going to be a lot of fun.”

Brolin has already appeared with Jones in two films: “The Valley of Elah” and the 2007 Oscar winning best picture “No Country for Old Men.”

“I feel like I spend too much time with Tommy anyway,” quipped Brolin.

“Men in Black 3” hits theaters in 2012. The first two films in the series made over $1 billion at the worldwide box office.


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