Process of elimination is always fun isn't it?
Battlestar Galactica - Bryan Singer proved for four consecutive times (2001, 2009, 2009, 2011) that his attention span and interest in this property is as fleeting as a summer breeze and as superficial as any promise a Republican politician routinely makes. In short, we will never see a Bryan Singer "Battlestar Galactica" movie. A movie he announced on October 17th, 2011. That date again!!
The Munsters - This project is "Dead on Arrival" for two reasons. (1) It's a stupid ass idea to try and remake this 1960s sitcom into a drama and call it "1313 Mockingbird Lane." (2) Bryan Singer's involvement in it instantaneously means..."It's a flop." The "Mocking" in "Mockingbird Lane" means to make fun of Bryan Singer's career at this point at all costs.
The Six Million Dollar Man - Why? Why remake it? I have the box set of the entire series and I'm perfectly happy with the perfect casting of Lee Majors and Richard Anderson in their roles. It was a series of its time (1974-1978) and that time has long since past. Leonardo CiCaprio as Steve Austin?? Let's make fun of Bryan Singer again!! Why not Dustin Diamond as Oscar Goldman? Screech!!
Star Trek - Now Bryan Singer is grasping for straws. "Star Trek" in all of its various incarnations were made by people infinitely more talented than he is (Gene Roddenberry, Gene Coon, Robert H. Justman, Rick Berman, and J.J. Abrams.) The world does not want Bryan Singer's amateurish take on "Star Trek" by any means. Why would we? J.J. Abrams is presently working out just fine for all of us.
X-Men - Bryan Singer wants to direct yet another "X-Men" movie? Didn't the first two he directed suck enough?
Bryan Singer should just vacate the entire Science Fiction / Fantasy realm (permanently) and make a sequel to "Valkyrie" with Tom Cruise. That would keep him out of trouble and out of everyone's hair. Since 99.9999% of every Science Fiction / Fantasy project he announces never comes to fruition anyway.