Take heart, "Flight of the Conchords" fans: the show may be over, but Jemaine Clement's delightfully bizarre taste in costumes carries on.
Following the New Zealand songster/actor's nutty, bearded professor turn in 2009's "Gentleman Broncos," he's going even more heavy on the facial coif for his role as the evil Boris in "Men in Black III." The film will take Will Smith back in time, where alongside Josh Brolin as a Young Agent K (for Tommy Lee Jones), he unmasks several 60s conspiracies; where Boris fits in is uncertain, though from the looks of it, we may be in for some Hell's Angels references.
Though Clement was quite lovable in "Conchords," he says he's enjoying playing a bad guy.
"I'm 90 per cent evil in real life," Clement he said (via the New Zealand Herald). "It's hard to be nice most of the time when I'm only 10 percent good."
The film's first trailer dropped in December, and you can check it out by clicking here. "Men in Black III" hits theaters on May 25th.
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