Monday, January 23, 2012

Not Only Are Bryan Singer's Projects Attached to Universal Studios Not Coming to Fruition, But Neither Are Any of His Other Projects

Pick a card, any card. Pick any project Bryan Singer is associated with either through Universal Studios or anywhere else, and you either haven't seen it or won't see it.

Take Universal Studios for example. Bryan Singer has been associated with this studio since 2001, and not one project has come from him and Universal Studios for the past 11 years. Certainly worthy of mention in the "Guinness Book of World Records" wouldn't you say? And I'm not just talking any sort of "Battlestar Galactica" project either. You would think that at the very least during the past 11 years, Bryan Singer and Universal Studios would have occupied their time together by even doing a few intimate, low budget movies with lesser known actors until the kinks could be worked out preventing "Battlestar Galactica" from reaching cinema screens. "Kinks" - (Universal Studios conspiracy against the property.)

"The Munsters." We've heard about it but will we see it? NBC-TV had two genre series in production and abandoned both after the pilots were shot. "Wonder Woman" and that "Precinct 17" nonsense from Ronald D. Moore. Bryan Singer isn't anymore talented than Ronald D. Moore so why would "The Munsters" survive when "Wonder Woman" and "Precinct 17" didn't?

Over at other studios, Bryan Singer's "Excalibur" was shut down and his "Jack The Giant Killer" seems to have gone into "Indefinite Post-Production." Translation: "Eternal Limbo."

Bryan Singer and Ronald D. Moore must be related in some way. Distant fourth cousins? Closer in relation than that?

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