The Agent J depicter hints at the possibility of him not returning to reprise his iconic role in the fourth film as he says, 'Three is enough for me.'
If "Men in Black 4" still sends Agent J and K on another extraordinary mission, Sony Pictures might need to encourage Will Smith to suit up once again to reprise his famous role. The charismatic 44-year-old actor has recently opened up that he's already done with the franchise, considered his most successful one.
"I think three is enough for me. Three of anything is enough for me," Will confided to Collider in an interview. The actor, who got Tommy Lee Jones as his partner in action in the previous three films, then said, "We'll look at it and we'll consider it, but it feels like that it might be time to let someone else do that."
When asked how he'd feel about his son Jaden Smith replacing him in the next MiB film, Will seemed welcome to the idea. "If they were interested in that - that's not something that I'm pushing for, or I don't even know if Jaden is interested, but we're open," said Will, who has teamed up with Jaden in "The Pursuit of Happyness" and recently "After Earth".
There is still no word on whether Tommy will be invited back to headline the upcoming project or not. As of now, "Mortal Kombat" scribe Oren Uziel is already on board to work on the script.