The production schedule for Barry Sonenfeld‘s Men in Black III has been a strange one. After an initial delay, filming started last year. But a break was planned into the schedule — for reasons innocuous or not, depending upon whom you believe — with the first half of the shoot kicking off last November and running until Christmas. Then there was a planned break, with shooting meant to continue this month.
But now the film won’t have cameras rolling again until March 28, due reportedly to script issues. Read More »
New info on Men in Black 3: the film will start shooting this week in New York, but there’s a wrinkle. The production has hired frequent Steven Spielberg and Brett Ratner collaborator Jeff Nathanson to rewrite/polish one section of the script. (He recently did work on Tower Heist, wrote Rush Hour 2 & 3 and The Terminal, Catch Me If You Can and worked on Indy IV.) The parts that he’s not dealing with shoot this year, and then, after a break, the production will resume to shoot the balance of the picture.
Confused yet? The details involve potential spoilers, so we’ve kept them after the break. (And, really, the spoiler info, such as it is, will likely be revealed in the trailer. We’re just being safe.) Read More »
We’ve slowly been getting details on the story ideas behind Men in Black III, the 3D sequel to Barry Sonenfeld‘s two action/comedy/alien movies. Some of what we already know is probably in spoiler territory, and now new stuff has come to light that probably extends that territory further. But we’ve broken things down after the break so you can get safe details easily, and only read the full setup if you’re not worried about losing whatever surprise might be in store. Read More »
Yeah, that’s right: Men in Black 3D. No, the film hasn’t started shooting yet, but Sony has already shot a teaser (of sorts) for the movie that will reunite director Barry Sonnenfeld and stars Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones, with newcomers like Josh Brolin and Jemaine Clement. Read More »
Men in Black 3D, written by Etan Cohen and directed by Barry Sonnenfeld, is really gearing up. The film has recently locked in Tommy Lee Jones, Will Smith and Josh Brolin. Now, confirming a rumor from months back, Jemaine Clement is in ‘final negotiations’ to join the film. Who will he play? That’s after the break, with plot details that some may know well by now, but which others might consider spoilerish. Read More »