Sunday, August 12, 2012

If "Sham Biennial Movie Announcements" Are The Only Things Bryan Singer And Universal Studios Will Ever Offer The General Public...

...Then Maybe it's Time For The Two of Them to Get Into Another Line of Work...

In Hollywood, no one has been worse in the Science Fiction theatrical business than Universal Studios and Bryan Singer. In Science Fiction cinema, Universal Studios produces one theatrical flop after another, and Bryan Singer can't get any of his announced Science Fiction movies off of the ground, period. When these two miserable failures join forces, ir comes as no surprise that they still haven't gotten a "Battlestar Galactica" theatrical film off of the ground after 11 years (on purpose of course.).

Universal Studios is the only studio in Hollywood where there seems to be some sort of "Remedial Academics Section" of their movie division where a "Battlestar Galactica" film and all other Science Fiction movies are specifically assigned. And every Science Fiction movie that comes out of this "Remedial Academics Section" will inevitably suck and fail, and a "Battlestar Galactica" movie will never get made.

Bryan Singer's "flustered stuttering" in the above video (where he was obviously caught off guard being asked about a movie he really hasn't been working on for the past 10 months) is indicative of the all around "poor quality" of hired help that always ends up at Universal Studios specifically assigned to this "Remedial Academics Section" of filmmaking at Universal Studios, where all of the idiots end up at Universal Studios dabbling in Science Fiction and "Battlestar Galactica."

Universal Studios and Bryan Singer should just get out of the "Science Fiction Movie Business" entirely because they both suck at it in general, and they both haven't gotten a "Galactica" movie off of the ground after 11 years (on purpose of course.)

In Hollywood, that sort of a track record would certainly warrant Bryan Singer's agent skipping town and finding a much, much better client to represent...and it would certainly warrant Universal Studios shareholders skipping town right behind Bryan Singer's former agent.

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