'Men In Black 3' has become the highest grossing film of the trilogy.
The sci-fi comedy - starring Will Smith, Tommy Lee Jones and Josh Brolin - has raked in $599.4m at the box office and become the most successful in the popular series about special agents battling to save the world from alien invasion.
The film has more than doubled the return on its $225m budget since its May release, a relief after 'Men In Black II' was a flop with the critics 10 years ago
The original 'Men In Black' film made $589.4m when it was released in 1997 and 'Men In Black II' grossed just $441.8m in 2002.
'Men In Black 3' has proved especially popular overseas where it has made $429.8m compared to $169.6m in America. Japan, the UK and Germany brought in the most money in overseas sales, with $47.6m, $32.8m and $24.2m respectively.
It now seems that 'Men In Black 4' could be in the pipeline since Tommy Lee Jones, who plays Will Smith's partner in crime Agent K, recently stated he would be keen to film a follow-up.
When asked if he was looking forward to 'Men In Black 4', he joked: "I hope we can start tomorrow.
"I've only seen 'Men In Black 3' in the form of rough work print. Josh seemed to have done a fine job. I thought it was just fine."