Josh Brolin didn't like the ''general story'' when he was first offered a role in 'Men in Black III' but confirms the rewrite has made if ''f*****g great''.
Josh Brolin didn't want to work on 'Men in Black III' when he first heard the storyline.
The 42-year-old actor - who is due to play an as yet nameless character in the third instalment of the sci-fi comedy - said the initial script idea did not like the "general story" when he first heard it, but is happy to be on board now.
He said: "It looks really, really good. I can't tell you the story, obviously, but they pitched me the general story and I was like, 'Eh, I don't know if that's really my thing, man'.
"I was extremely grateful that they were even interested in me. But then they got more specific with the story and I go, 'Yes, that's f*****g great! This is a character where I feel like I can do some actual acting work within this franchise that everybody knows."
The 'Milk' star also confirms the story has been through a number of changes before it came to the final script.
He said: "I read something early, early, early, but it's very different than what is being written now."