Observing the various individuals involved in the "Anti-Galactica Conspiracy" at Universal Studios over the years, I have noted that not one of them have ever been been an "A-List Producer" or an "A-List Director." They all have been "B-Movie" and below has beens and never weres. "Has Been" of course, is being generous in the description department.
Bryan Singer -
If Bryan Singer was ever an "A-List Director" I must have slept through it, because the best he has ever been able to come up with is the supremely disappointing "Superman Returns" and the supremely boring first "X-Men" movie. No wonder he has had so much free time in the world to half-heartedly contemplate doing a "Battlestar Galactica" movie during the past decade.
Ronald D. Moore -
Ronald D. Moore isn't working anymore after dabbling in such "B-Grade Schlock" as "GINO" and "Caprica." Such "B-Grade Schlock" tends to whittle down your employment options.
David Eick -
Glen A. Larson -
The less said the better.
All of these individuals have had all of the free time in the world during the past decade to either DESICCATE the "Battlestar Galactica" property or not do anything with it at all.
I guess this is how individuals in Hollywood that are not "A-List Talent" choose to spend their limitless free time. They jump on the Universal Studios "Anti-Galactica Conspiracy" bandwagon.