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Chris Hemsworth Wraps Filming On Men In Black Spin-Off

The newest man in black is packing up and leaving set. 

Chris Hemsworth announced on Wednesday, October 17 that he wrapped filming on the upcoming Men in Black spin-off

The Australian actor took to Instagram to share the news, posting a carousel of photos of himself on set with director F. Gary Gray (who helmed The Fate of the Furious) and fellow star Tessa Thompson (whom he shared the screen with in Thor: Ragnarok). 

"That's a wrap on MIB for me!! From London to Morocco to Italy and NYC. Thank you to all the fantastic cast and crew who took part on this epic journey and our director F.Gary Gray, cheers for the fun times, big laughs and solid memories," Hemsworth wrote in the caption. "Can't wait to show what we've put together. see you all soon #MIB @tessamaethompson."

These photos don't reveal anything we don't already know about the Men in Black spin-off — Hemsworth and Thompson top-line the movie, starring as the updated answers to Will Smith's James Darrell Edwards III/Agent J and Tommy Lee Jones' Kevin Brown/Agent K from the original Men in Black movies — but they do give us a tiny peek at what the leading duo will look like suited up as Agent H and Agent M, respectively. Hemsworth's caption, however, does offer some worthwhile insight, teasing that the film, formally titled MIB, might take place in a few overseas locations. 

Curiously missing from these snaps are Hemsworth and Thompson's co-stars Liam Neeson, Kumail Nanjiani, Rafe Spall, Rebecca Ferguson, and Emma Thompson. Neeson is attached to play the head of the Men in Black branch in the United Kingdom, Nanjiani is on board as a character named Pawny, Spall and Ferguson are both set for yet-undisclosed roles, and Thompson connects the whole crew together as Agent O, who became the head of the Men in Black after Agent Zed (Rip Torn, later Kirk Larsen) died before Men in Black III. We have yet to see any of the ensemble cast in character, but now that filming has finished, that will likely change in the near future. 

The Men in Black spin-off is set for release on June 14, 2019.