Over the past month, we’ve given you plenty of updates over Bryan Fuller’s planned reboot of The Munsters for NBC. The network is going ahead with a pilot, but a full series order still remains unknown. Now, the series has found the director for the pilot in the form of X-Men key man Bryan Singer.
Deadline is reporting that the director of the first two X-Men films, along with Superman Returns, will be a director and executive producer for the upcoming series.
Barry Sonnenfeld (Men in Black) directed the pilot, which will set to kick off a reimagined version of the old television series in the style of a visually striking one hour drama. Like Fuller’sPushing Daisies, the series looks to recapture the same visual style, but have the same type of Munsters characters in two as well.
Bryan Singer’s directed the pilot for FOX’s hit medical dramaHouse, which he still serves as executive producer on as well. He also recently produced X-Men: First Class, and is in post production on his upcoming film Jack The Giant Killer.