Barry Sonnenfeld

Netflix ‘Series of Unfortunate Events’ Nabs ‘True Blood’ Boss, Barry Sonnenfeld

by Kevin Fitzpatrick September 5, 2015 @ 2:18 PM
When last we heard from Netflix’s proposed Series of Unfortunate Events adaptation, a teaser got the internet buzzing on potential improvements over the Jim Carrey theatrical version. That teaser proved to be fake, though we at last have some real development now that Barry Sonnenfeld and True Blood helmer Mark Hudis have signed on for the Lemony Snicket series.

'Lore' Looking at 'Men in Black III' Director Barry Sonnenfeld to Lead The Rock

by Eric Walkuski September 25, 2012 @ 4:30 PM
Sony/Warner Bros.
Based on its fantastical premise, 'Lore' was already sounding like the next 'Men in Black.' Now, with this latest development on the film, it's almost officially the next 'Men in Black.' 'MIB' helmer Barry Sonnenfeld is in talks to direct Warner Bros.' movie adaptation of the IDW comic, which has already lined up Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson to star.

'Dinosaurs vs. Aliens' Motion Comic Trailer Debut

by George Roush July 6, 2012 @ 7:30 PM
Liquid Comics
If you think Hollywood has run out of "vs." ideas then think again. We've got ninjas vs. zombies, zombies vs. strippers, aliens going up against cowboys, aliens going up against The Fresh Prince and now we're going to get 'Dinosaurs vs. Aliens.' Why? That's not the question Hollywood ever asks. It's always, "Why not?"

'Men In Black' Director Barry Sonnenfeld In Talks For a Comic Book Film?

by Sean O'Connell May 22, 2012 @ 9:36 AM
The world needs more comic-book properties like it needs a hole in the head. But with ‘The Avengers’ setting box office records at a staggering pace, you know the industry’s going to crank out more and more, so it’s wise to tap filmmakers like ‘Men In Black’ helmer Barry Sonnenfeld to potentially guide a lucrative comic-book franchise.

'Men in Black III' Will End Setting Up a Reboot

by Damon Houx April 19, 2012 @ 5:30 PM
Sony Pictures
There are few things that can kill a franchise, even audience apathy. And so even if a film has a famously troubled production history and is coming ten years after the last film, if it's a franchise there must be some way to keep making sequels even if none of the stars return. And though 'Men in Black III' may be Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones's last time in the 'Black' universe Barry Sonnenffeld has confirmed that the film sets up a possible reboot.