Sonnenfeld, Josephson narrow the field

“Men in Black” director Barry Sonnenfeld and former Columbia Pictures president Barry Josephson are homing in on where they will set up shop. Sources said that the two front-runners are Disney first, where Sonnenfeld already has a deal (it expires in September), and Warner Bros. second. Sony is still in the running.

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