If it hasn't happened yet already...
1. Battlestar Galactica - No proof of its physical existence yet. 7 months after the above film clip and press release.
2. The Munsters remake - No proof of its physical existence yet. 6 months after the press release.
3. Six Billion Dollar Man - No proof of its physical existence yet. 6 months after the press release.
If they haven't done so already, Bryan Singer and Universal Studios will go down in history as the most unproductive filmmaking partnership in Hollywood history.
What about Bryan Singer's "other dream" of making a "Star Trek" television series? That hasn't materialized either.
Instead of having evolved into a legitimate, formidable, and reliable filmmaking presence in Hollywood, Bryan Singer has instead mutated into an over grown adolescent and "flim-flam artist" who somehow is always able to not follow through with 100% of everything he announces.
This indicates to me that:
1. Bryan Singer is ultimately always unable to get funding for these projects he keeps announcing.
2. His supposed partnership with Universal Studios may very well just be a scam (likely orchestrated and perpetuated by Universal Studios itself with Singer quietly along for the ride), since he hasn't produced anything with Universal Studios in 12 consecutive years.
3. His IMDB page will always be the only accurate indicator of what Bryan Singer is working on. Which means he will always be in post-production with "Jack - The Giant Killer" for the rest of his life.
4. At some point during the past decade, Hollywood overall has probably turned its collective back on Bryan Singer, and will probably never finance anything else he wants to do ever again. Could "Superman Returns" have had something to do with that?