The Men in Black duo have upgraded their machinery for the third installment of the franchise, adding traffic-crushing monocycles, jet packs and a blacked-out Ford Taurus SHO to their transportation arsenal.

Ford is making the most of its hottest full-size sedan joining one of the summer's hottest blockbusters, airing a 30-second spot with footage from the film that will air during American Idol. But since much of the movie takes place in 1969, we'll be just as interested to see Josh Brolin's blacked-out '60s Ford sedan that has a few tricks it could teach the SHO.

Scroll down to see some videos, the first with SHO cameos, the second a movie clip entitled "Have these in the future?"





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      methos1999
      • 2 Years Ago
      hhhmmm... hope this third movie has less product placement than the second one. But the use of a Ford Taurus still fits - ie the first movie used it as a gag since it fits the "government" cover, and now the Taurus is likely replacing many Crown Vics. Second movie was all Will Smith's ego needing to drive a luxury car (Mercedes), which to me did not fit the movie.
      FIDTRO
      • 2 Years Ago
      I'm surprised Acura didn't desperately drop millions out of its a**hole for product placement rights.
      Dark Gnat
      • 2 Years Ago
      So basically, the MIB upgraded from a POS to an SHO.
      That Guy
      • 2 Years Ago
      With sales as bad as they are, I'm not surprised. Nobody really wants a boring, FWD-based AWD porky sedan that's overpriced. And what did Will Smith say about the (proper) car they drove in the first one..............................................?
        merlot066
        • 2 Years Ago
        @That Guy
        Is that supposed to be fill-in-the-blank or do you just not know how to use an ellipsis?
      askroon
      • 2 Years Ago
      what a snoozemobile. They should be using a CLS63 AMG.
      Justin Shaw
      • 2 Years Ago
      OfaMy only grip with the SHO is the lack of a manual/ semi-manual transmission. Automatic just doesn't bring the fun factor when I'm driving.
      Duncan1800
      • 2 Years Ago
      Uh-huh. Really tired of the lame marketing tie-ins. I know it's the cost of doing business in Hollywood these days, but still. (For instance, why did Acura feel it was a worthwhile move to become the "official car of The Avengers"?) I also don't remember anyone clamoring for a third MIB movie to start with...
      Andre Neves
      • 2 Years Ago
      Last one they had an E-Class. Looks like even MIB agency can't escape the budget cuts this time around :)
      Paradigm ♂♂
      • 2 Years Ago
      How was that a Sho?! And Government vehicles are AMERICAN Vehicles, so no, a Mercedes wouldn't fit. Nor are agents highly paid.
      Martin Olsen
      • 2 Years Ago
      After just recently viewed the original MIB, I have to tell ya that that old Crown Vic in black looked very sharp (even before it transformed into a speed thing). American cars can sometimes have that effect on me.
      dan1malk
      • 2 Years Ago
      Pssh...Lame. It doesn't even transform or anything. ;)
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