Today's Wall Street Journal (6/19) had an interview with Barry Sonnenfeld concerning his thoughts on movies and movie distribution. The stuff that came out of his mouth ... Discussing digital distribution of movies: "Let's say we were doing Men in Black. I would probably shoot additional scenes for the movie. Let's say the ... first week you have $100 million opening. The second week you're at 60, the third week you're at 30, the next week you're at 22. So the fourth week, you announce 'Coming next week to your theatre, Men in Black' with an additional eight minutes of stuff.' " On his films: "If you told me that Men in Black would do $600 million world-wide, I would have told you there's no way. If you told me that Addams Family was going to do what it was going to do, I'd be amazed. But, on the other hand, if you told me that Big Trouble was gong to do as badly as it did, I would tell you you're nuts, it's one of my best movies." On the Internet: Somehow links the evils of the Internet to a cringe-worthy story about his 4 year old daughter knowing the name of his film agent. Earth to Barry: You are a good cinematographer who now directs films like RV.