The actress will play a younger version of the MIB agency head portrayed by Emma Thompson in the present day timeline.
Sony grants director Barry Sonnenfeld more time to perfect his third act after viewing promising footage shot for the sequel last year.
The Will Smith/Tommy Lee Jones sequel was set to return from hiatus this week, but will now begin on March 28.
Tommy Lee Jones, Emma Thompson and Nicole Scherzinger also appear in these new images from the New York City set.
The Rush Hour screenwriter will work on a new draft of the script for this sequel, which just began shooting today in New York City.
The actress debunked the cameo casting news last night at the BAFTA Los Angeles Britannia Awards.
She will play the mother of an unspecified character, while The Pussycat Dolls' Nicole Scherzinger has been offered the role of 'Devil Girl'.
Sharlto Copley also joins the Will Smith-starring Columbia Pictures tentpole.
The actress is in negotiations to portray the assertive Agent Oh, a mysterious woman in charge of heading a prison break out.
Screenwriter David Koepp has also come aboard to rewrite the film.
The Peter Berg action film will now be released on May 18, 2012.
The legendary special make-up effects artist has signed on to the sequel.
The Licensing International Expo unveils some of what we'll be seeing from the studios in Las Vegas June 8-10.
The actor is presently set to play a villain named Boris.
Sony has also set a May 25, 2012 release date for the film.
It seems the star is torn between MiB and The City That Sailed
Barry Sonnenfeld revealed that they're just waiting on a script.
The actor will either work for Sony or Fox for his next project.
Sacha Baron Cohen and Jermaine Clement are also up for another role.