SFGate reports Tessa Thompson has no problem with the "Men in Black" title. On the black carpet at the world premiere of "Men in Black: International" on Tuesday in New York, a reporter asked Thompson if she has any problem with the title of the film being male-centric. Thompson responded, "No, I don't mind." SHe added that her co-star Emma Thompson, who returns to her role in the series, is a role model when it comes to gender equality. Thompson said, "I pitched some ideas like 'People in Black,' but that would be 'PiB,' which sounds like a sandwich. I pitched 'Humans in Black,' which would be 'HiB,' which sounds like something you don't want to get." "Men in Black: International" hits theaters this Friday.

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