Last weekend, "Men In Black 3" actor Josh Brolin told MTV News that the latest draft of the film's script was "fantastic," and after a few minor problems that prompted a production hiatus, everything's coming together fine with the third installment of the sci-fi franchise.
Or is it?
According to a new report on Deadline, the studio has brought in "Spider-Man" and "Angels & Demons" writer David Koepp to fix up the script for the film, which is currently scheduled to hit theaters May 2012. As in previous reports, the 1960s-era portion of the script seems to be the source of much of the draft's problems, and Koepp is expected to spend several weeks working out the kinks.
However, before you start worrying too much about missing your chance to see Agent J (Will Smith) travel back in time to interact with a young Agent K (Josh Brolin), the report asserts that the studio is confident the movie will hits its planned release date.
"Men In Black 3" production is expected to start up again at the end of the month.
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