Saturday, September 29, 2012

A Journey Through The Black Hole in Search of Bryan Singer's Career

Pretty self explanatory, isn't it?


1. Six Billion Dollar Man
2. Battlestar Galactica
3. The Munsters
4. Logan's Run
5. Excalibur
6. Bob Fosse mini series (HBO)
7. 2012
8. Sellevision
9. X-Men: Last Stand
10. Jack The Giant Killer
11. Star Trek
12. The Prisoner
13. Wolverine 2
14. X-Men 3

....All have gone to rot

Friday, September 28, 2012

Universal Studios and Bryan Singer Have Built Quite a Spectacle For Themselves For Future Hollywood Historians to Laugh Over

                                                                October 21st, 2011

                                                                 August 3rd, 2012

What does Universal Studios and Bryan Singer plan to do about these videotaped promises they keep making about this project they have no intention of producing? Videotaped promises that are captured, stored, and archived forever on videotape (for future Hollywood historians and anyone else to see) such as the two pieces of documented evidence above.

Because the only things Universal Studios and Bryan Singer have been accomplishing with these repeated and epidemic press releases of theirs (press releases they have been making since 2001)...and actual press releases repeatedly announcing this project 2001, 2009, and 2011....

is make themselves look incompetent, shady, dodgy, untrustworthy, not legitimate in the profession that they are in, (masking ulterior motives for repeatedly announcing this project they have no intention of making), and ill-qualified to be in the profession that they are in.

I think Universal Studios and Bryan Singer really want future Hollywood historians and anyone else to look back on these videotaped press releases of theirs and realize how incompetent, shady, dodgy, untrustworthy, and not legitimate in their chosen professions they really were. And no doubt future Hollywood historians and anyone else will also wonder what the ulterior motives were of Universal Studios and Bryan Singer repeatedly announcing this project they never had any intention of making. I suspect one of those ulterior motives involves the bottomed out careers of Glen A. Larson, and Bryan Singer using these press releases to try and project the illusion that they are still working in Hollywood.

In these areas, Universal Studios and Bryan Singer have succeeded admirably.

Thursday, September 27, 2012

During The Past 10 Years Alone, The Trail Has Always Led Back to These Four People Whenever Things Have Frequently Gone Wrong With "Battlestar Galactica"



Glen A. Larson - This guy couldn't make a "Battlestar Galactica" movie during the past decade despite owning the theatrical rights as he has frequently claimed at comic book conventions. You mean, he couldn't just bypass Universal Studios and make this movie on his own? Long before now? Hmmmmm!!

Bonnie Hammer - This infamous woman put Ronald D. Moore's "GINO" (Galactica in Name Only) series on the air in 2003 despite the pilot / mini-series receiving the lowest audience test scores in television history.

Bryan Singer - It isn't just that Bryan Singer hasn't made a "Battlestar Galactica" movie beginning in 2001 despite repeatedly announcing such a production in 2001, 2009, and 2011. Bryan Singer's entire career lately has been nothing but a "naked Trans-Axle" grinding on pavement with a flurry of resulting sparks. Bryan Singer has announced roughly 12 projects combined for movies and television in the past 5 years alone, and hasn't made any of them.

Ronald D. Moore - His take on "Battlestar Galactica" ("GINO") was nothing of the sort. It was instead an erroneously titled Science Fiction / Soap Opera that apparently fulfilled his dream of being the "Star Trek" sequel series he always wanted to make without Rick Berman telling him..."No."

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

The Downward Spiraling Careers of Glen A. Larson, Bryan Singer, and Ronald D. Moore Have All "Bottomed Out"

Because you can't get any lower in Hollywood than repeatedly announcing the same old projects (or new projects) and never seeing those projects come to fruition.

These three guys are done in Hollywood. Any future press releases from the three of them should be accompanied with a sitcom "Laugh Track."

Monday, September 24, 2012

Universal Studios and Bryan Singer Backing Out of Making This Movie (For The Third Time) All Hinges on Whether or Not The General Public Forgets About These Two Press Releases

October 21st, 2011 Press Release

August 3rd, 2012 Press Release..."Stutter, Stutter, Toil and Trouble!! The demise of this movie may cost careers (reputations) a bundle!!" (Figuratively speaking of course!!)
Of course, how could the general public ever forget about these two press releases if they are constantly reminded of them?

Sunday, September 23, 2012

Increasingly...Glen A. Larson, Bryan Singer, And Ronald D. Moore Are Looking Like "Flim-Flam Medicine Men" With Chronically Deceptive Internet Press Releases

Glen A. Larson has been doing it for years and years. Bryan Singer is the worst offender out of the three. Ronald D. Moore is trailing the other two but is slowly but surely catching up.

It's a pattern of behavior among the three of them we have been seeing again and again with greater frequency. Announcing that "stupendous...monumental" Science Fiction / Fantasy project that sounds just too good to be true...only to hear nothing of that project ever again and the project never materializes.

From all appearances, the three of these men have lost all clout in Hollywood, even within the smaller circles of Hollywood....a cable channel here, a cable channel there...and use these excessive Internet press releases of theirs to try and project the illusion that they are still in the game and still working. They then bank on the passage of time to fade the memories of their previous Internet press releases, after which they rebound again with a new wave of Internet fraudulent press releases.

I have noticed that the legitimate producers and writers in Hollywood who actually produce product on a continuing, reasonable schedule (Sam Raimi, J. Michael Straczynski, Shaun Levy, Nicholas Meyer) rarely if at all use the Internet to announce their upcoming projects. But instead, just forge ahead and actually produce something. You hear about their projects when they're actually in theaters and on television.

This is what differentiates the legitimate producers and writers in Hollywood...from Glen A. Larson, Ronald D. Moore, and Bryan Singer.

Saturday, September 22, 2012

Ronald D. Moore Tackles a New Medievel Project For ABC-TV. I Take it This Means His "Wild, Wild West" Remake With CBS-TV is Dead?

Has anyone noticed that anyone who has recently and / or ever worked for Universal Studios / SyFy Channel (Glen A. Larson, Ronald D. Moore, Bryan Singer) seem to have "Cursed Careers?"

None of their projects (either away from or with Universal Studios) ever come to fruition.

Is there a "Universal Studios Curse" sort of like the "Poltergeist Movie Curse" that is following around Glen A. Larson, Ronald D. Moore, and Bryan Singer for the rest of their lives?

Ronald D. Moore seems to be building his own list of aborted projects...

1. 17th Precinct
2. Wild, Wild West
3. Knight's Tale (Aborting in the making)
4. "The Thing" Remake (Produced and written by other people)

Hot on the heels of Bryan Singer's "Mega-List" of aborted projects...

1. Battlestar Galactica
2. Six Billion Dollar Man
3. Excalibur
4. Star Trek
5. Logan's Run
6. X-Men: Last Stand
7. Jack The Giant Killer
8. Bob Fosse Mini-Series (HBO)

And good old Glen A. Larson is trailing but he'll catch up!!

1. Manimal (Aborting in the making)
2. Battlestar Galactica

Friday, September 21, 2012

Perhaps Universal Studios And Bryan Singer Need to Get Out of The Profession of "Making Promises They Have No Intention of Keeping"

August 3rd, 2012 - Bryan Singer in serious need of a speech therapist. A year after this production was announced and all of this time Bryan Singer didn't have an art department designing sets and props while John Orloff was supposedly writing the script? And what is this incredulous nonsense about Bryan Singer "hoping to direct this movie at some point?" A year after a movie is announced, a director who should have already long since signed a contract to direct that movie should not be saying "I hope to direct it at some point" one year later.

October 21st, 2011 - The third "Galactica" production announced by Universal Studios and Bryan Singer in a decade. The first in 2001 (FOX TV), the second in 2009 (Theatrical), and this one (Theatrical.) None of the productions came to fruition.

Thursday, September 20, 2012

It's Very Safe to Say That Glen A. Larson And Bryan Singer Couldn't Light a Match Together

Glen A. Larson and Bryan Singer couldn't successfully pull off a project these days (no matter how small and no matter what the subject matter the project would be devoted to) regardless of whether or not they were a team or functioning individually.

The next five years will pass with not one new project coming from either one of them.

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Glen A. Larson's Last Theatrical Film Was "Buck Rogers in The 25th Century" in 1979, Which Was Actually The NBC-TV Pilot.

Since then, Glen A. Larson has not produced one theatrical film...not one...(of any subject matter) in the past 33 years. And even after claiming to own the theatrical rights to "Battlestar Galactica" countless times, he has not been able to get any "Galactica" based theatrical film off the ground in the past 33 years. Most recently, in 2011...2009...and 1999.

Glen A. Larson presently has less clout in Hollywood than Bryan Singer does. Which means he has roughly "Negative 5000 Clout" in Hollywood.

But despite this!! Glen A. Larson cranks out yet another press release claiming that he is bringing "Manimal" to the movie screens. Keep in mind that his last theatrical film was "Buck Rogers in The 25th Century" in 1979.

Regarding "Manimal".....I'll believe it when I hear about it actually....physically.....being in movie theaters.

Can we add "Manimal" to Bryan Singer's ever growing long list of productions that never get made when "Manimal" never gets made?

1. Battlestar Galactica
2. Six Billion Dollar Man
3. Excalibur
4. X-Men: Last Stand
5. Logan's Run
6. Star Trek
7. Jack The Giant Killer
8. Bob Fosse HBO mini-series
9. Manimal

Glen A. Larson and Bryan Singer make a great pair, don't they? And always within close proximity of one another at Universal Studios!! I wonder what they talk about to one another in the Universal Studios commissary!!

The "Good Old Days" when the two of them used to actually get something done?

It's Typically "Status Quo" That Glen A. Larson Hasn't Been Working On a "Galactica" Movie Either For The Past Year, Along With Universal Studios And Bryan Singer

Will Universal Studios, Glen A. Larson, and Bryan Singer ever come clean and just say...

"Hey!! We don't want to make a 'Battlestar Galactica' movie!! But we do want to make every and any piece of crap project in its place!!"

This of course ties right in with what I have suspected for years about Universal Studios, Glen A. Larson, and Bryan Singer...

It would take massive amounts of imagination and inspired thinking to bring back the "Battlestar Galactica" series from 1978...

What Universal Studios, Glen A. Larson, and Bryan Singer have always lacked.

So, the three of them continue to do their little "Rain Dance" (33 years collectively) around the "Battlestar Galactica" property (their bi-ennial "Battlestar Galactica" movie announcements with no real intention of ever making such a film)...and instead do these stupid ass, insignificant, peripheral projects on short notice (the H+ mini series from Bryan Singer on Youtube that everyone has already forgottenen about because it's buried among the thousands of classic commercials from the 1970s on Youtube, and Glen A. Larson wants to make a movie out of one of his most notorious flops from the 1980s...."Manimal.")...and even former and late NBC-TV executive Brandon Tartikoff labeled it as such.

Business as usual (or lack thereof) with Universal Studios, Glen A. Larson, and Bryan Singer.

Monday, September 17, 2012

It's One Year Later. Does Universal Studios And Bryan Singer Know Where This "Battlestar Galactica" Production is At?

"The Bryan Singer Stuttering Interview" on August 3, 2012

The "Official Press Release" for this production on October 21st, 2011

It's three strikes in a row now for Universal Studios and Bryan Singer for this production never getting made...

1. FOX TV television pilot in 2001
2. Theatrical film in 2009
3. Theatrical film in 2011

Without a doubt, this sheds light on what happened to Bryan Singer's 2011 "Galactica" film, and every other project Bryan Singer announced....

The current mortality tally (for Bryan Singer's career) is as follows...

1. Battlestar Galactica
2. Six Billion Dollar Man
3. Excalibur
4. Logan's Run
5. X-Men: Last Stand
6. Jack The Giant Killer
7. The Munsters
8. Star Trek
9. Wolverine 2
10. The Prisoners
11. Bob Fosse biopic

Saturday, September 15, 2012

Will We Eventually See Bryan Singer Playing Jazz Music With Harry Anderson in New Orleans?

The equation is so easy....


Former "Night Court" actor Harry Anderson owns his own "Jazz Bar" in the French Quarter in New Orleans...

Former movie director Bryan Singer is pretty much retired from Hollywood now because he hasn't completed any of the following projects he announced...

1. Battlestar Galactica
2. Six Billion Dollar Man
3. Excalibur
4. Logan's Run
5. X-Men: Last Stand
6. The Munsters
7. Star Trek
8. Jack The Giant Killer

Why doesn't Bryan Singer just go and pal around with Harry Anderson in the French Quarter in New Orleans and play jazz music in his retired years?

Lord knows the movie and television industry won't miss him citing a lack of significant contributions...

Friday, September 14, 2012

Why Do The Subjects of Science Fiction And "Battlestar Galactica" Always Cause These Two Entities to Cower?

Universal Studios - This is the studio that tried to define Ronald D. Moore's "GINO" series as a "Status Symbol Production" for themselves in the 2000s. When that didn't happen of course, Universal Studios shrunk away and quietly rode off into the night. Why does this studio always want "Status" from a Science Fiction movie / television production? A production that will make them the "Big Dude on Campus" within Hollywood? It never happens of course because Universal Studios never has access to the top talent in the producing and writing pools to make that happen for them. So, they always shy away from Science Fiction and "Battlestar Galactica" despite their "Bi-ennial" movie announcements of the latter.

Bryan Singer - I suspect that the failure of "Superman Returns" has turned Bryan Singer into a cynical corporate drone (studio executive) against all Science Fiction movies and "Battlestar Galactica." He now seems to be a member of the "Universal Studios establishment." He contributes to the "Bi-ennial" Galactica movie announcements with no intention of ever making such a movie because he just doesn't care...the primary characteristic of a corporate drone. And his list of aborted movie and television productions continues to grow:

1. Excalibur
2. Six Billion Dollar Man
3. Logan's Run
4. X-Men: Last Stand
5. Jack The Giant Killer
6. Star Trek
7. The Munsters
8. Battlestar Galactica

This is corporate drone behavior at its worst.

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Seth MacFarlane Will Beat Bryan Singer to The Punch in Re-Booting "Star Trek." Now That I Believe

Hey Seth...Do you want to bring back "Battlestar Galactica" as well? Lord knows Universal Studios and Bryan Singer are not.

How did Seth MacFarlane build his television empire? By actually working and completing projects.

Are you taking notes...Bryan Singer?

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Would "Superman Returns" Have Been a Better Movie If Tom DeSanto Produced it?

It's a funny thing about movie making partnerships isn't it? Remove one half of the partnership and somehow for whatever reason the other half of the partnership doesn't do as well.

Contrary to popular belief, it was not George Lucas and George Lucas alone that made "Star Wars" (1977) and "Empire Strikes Back" (1980) such great movies. It was also his producing partner Gary Kurtz who contributed his fair share of great ideas for both films. A funny thing happened when "Return of the Jedi" (1983) began production. Gary Kurtz left George Lucas to himself to make that movie, as Kurtz was not happy with the direction Lucas was going with the script: Gary Kurtz left the production and instead went on to produce "The Dark Crystal" for Jim Henson. Gary Kurtz did not agree with the following bad ideas of George Lucas:

1. Rehashing the "Death Star"

2. Making Luke and Leia brother and sister (after the previous two films when both of them were potential lovers)

3. The Ewoks

4. The happy ending

5. Keep Han Solo alive instead of killing him off

Lucas of course made all of these bad decisions by himself in order to boost toy sales for "Star Wars" merchandise. Needless to say, "Return of The Jedi" was a bad movie because Gary Kurtz was not involved in making it, and did not have equal imput into pitching ideas, leading to his departure. It is my opinion that "Return of The Jedi" was the beginning of the end of the "Star Wars" saga due solely to the absence of Gary Kurtz.

The highly regarded (by some) "X-Men" and "X-Men 2" movies most definitely benefited from Tom DeSanto being there on equal footing with Bryan Singer. Take Tom DeSanto out of the equation (like Gary Kurtz) and leave Bryan Singer to himself (like George Lucas) and no one is there to keep Bryan Singer's eccentric ideas in check (like George Lucas), such as in "Superman Returns"...

1. "Superman" hardly having any dialogue

2. "Lois Lane" looking like she was barely out of her teens

3. Every other cast member looking like they phoned in their performances while on "downers."

4. Lex Luthor played like a psychopath.

5. The little kid obviously in need of psychiatric help, despite the fact that he was supposed to be half Kryptonian.

6. "Superman" getting stabbed

7. Minimal dialogue for Brandon Routh to perhaps hide the fact that he really couldn't act very well?

"Superman Returns" most definitely would have been a 1000% better movie if Tom DeSanto were still partnered with Bryan Singer at the time. It's a tragedy that the partnership had disolved by that time.

Monday, September 10, 2012

I Wonder If Universal Studios And Bryan Singer Even Realize How Dysfunctional They Appear To Be To The General Public

Universal Studios and Bryan Singer's latest "Galactica" movie press release on October 21st, 2011.

Bryan Singer "Stutters" after being caught off guard with a question about the "Battlestar" movie he was supposed to have been working on for the past year. This interview from August 3rd, 2012.

I wonder if Universal Studios and Bryan Singer even realize how goofy, dysfunctional, and weird the two of them appear to be to the general public after repeatedly announcing this production since 2001, and getting absolutely nowhere with it for 11 years.

Sunday, September 9, 2012

Both J.J. Abrams And J. Michael Straczynski Have Upcoming Television Pilots

We can rest in the knowledge that these television pilots will indeed get made, as opposed to Bryan Singer's "The Munsters" rotting in his usual "Backburner Development Hell", along with everything else on his agenda.

Saturday, September 8, 2012

No "Battlestar Galactica" Feature Film is On Universal Studios Radar For The Next Two Years

October 21st 2011 press release

August 3rd 2012 Bryan Singer interview..."I h-h-hope ta-to d-d-d-d-do it s-s-s-s-oon!!"

Does Universal Studios and Bryan Singer want to come clean yet?

Within The Realm of "Murphy's Law", Was it Simply too Good to Be True That Universal Studios And Bryan Singer Ended Up Together?

1. A studio (Universal Studios) with a notorious, troubled history with the "Battlestar Galactica" property.

2. A director (Bryan Singer) presently no longer working and presently not making any movies or television productions.

And the two of them somehow ended up together and making deliberately misleading "Battlestar Galactica" movie announcements in 2011 and 2009...and a deliberately misleading "Battlestar Galactica" television announcement (for FOX TV) in 2001.

You mean, "Battlestar Galactica" couldn't have ended up with Paramount Pictures and Nicholas Meyer? Or 20th Century Fox and Joss Whedon? Or New Line Cinema and Shaun Levy?

Ohhh, That's right. This is the "Murphy's Law" universe we're in, with Universal Studios and Bryan Singer at the "Nucleus" of it.

Since 2001, Universal Studios And Bryan Singer Have Not Delivered One Single Science Fiction / Fantasy Project Together

Whether it be "Battlestar Galactica"...."The Munsters"....or any other Science Fiction / Fantasy related production.

Let's be blunt here. Since 2001 (11 years), Universal Studios and Bryan Singer have not been able to get their shit together and successfully collaborate on a "Battlestar Galactica" feature film (three times thus far, in 2001, 2009, and 2011) or any other theatrical or television project of that nature. This indicates one or all of the following:

1. A lack of ambition and drive from the two of them.
2. No ideas from the two of them as to how to proceed with such a project.
3. An unspoken hostility from the two of them for "Battlestar Galactica."
4. An unspoken hostility from the two of them for Science Fiction in general.

What is interesting to note about Bryan Singer's IMDB page, is that even when he is listed as the "Executive Producer" on a still doesn't get made. Primarily with the Science Fiction / Fantasy projects.

Thus far, Bryan Singer can't or won't venture beyond the failure of "Superman Returns"  to tackle other types of Science Fiction and Fantasy in the movies and on television.

Friday, September 7, 2012

Is There Any Further Proof Needed That Bryan Singer's Directing Career is "Kaput?"

Bryan Singer "Green Screens" his way to the worst superhero movie ever made. The "turning point" moment (not for the better) in Bryan Singer's career that led to his apparent lack of clout as a director resulting in the following movies and television productions (he announced) never getting made.

1. Battlestar Galactica
2. Six Billion Dollar Man
3. Excalibur
4. Logan's Run
5. X-Men: Last Stand
6. The Munsters
7. Star Trek
8. Jack The Giant Killer

Bryan Singer's IMDB page shows what it usually shows. A "Battlestar Galactica" movie he announced not moving forward (not even given a release date after 1 year), and a bunch of other movies supposedly in various stages of production that of course, will never get made because Bryan Singer is involved.

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Of All The Studios in Hollywood, Why Does Universal Studios Always Have The Most Trouble With Science Fiction?

And Universal Studios always has terrible problems with Science Fiction in both the movies and television:

1. In the decade of the 2000s, Universal Studios turned what should have been a fairly easy job (simply bringing "Battlestar Galactica" back to television) into a major stealth marketing based, domestic and international incident on the Internet with their hired stealth marketers shouting at the general public on Internet bulletin boards on behalf of Ronald D. Moore's "Galactica in Name Only" (GINO) series...which really wasn't "Battlestar Galactica" at all.

2. Universal Studios and Bryan Singer have not lifted a finger to bring back "Battlestar Galactica" (in its original 1978 form) during three consecutive time periods...2001, 2009, and 2011...despite the fact that the two of them announced such a production during all three of those years.

3. Universal Studios has not had a successful Science Fiction theatrical film in lord knows how long. I think you would have to go back to the 1990s and Steven Spielberg's "Jurrassic Park" for the last time Universal Studios scored a home run with anything....Science Fiction.

I think the fundamental problem is that the old guard is still managing Universal Studios...The "Old Guard" as in....Conservative, narrow minded studio executives who have a general, all around hostility towards Science Fiction for no logical reason at all.

Science Fiction demands inspired thinking and imagination...which is what the "Old Guard" at Universal Studios will never have.

Monday, September 3, 2012

A Wildly Optimistic Best Case Scenario: Universal Studios Gets a "Battlestar Galactica" Movie Made After 12 Years of Ceaseless Announcements. But Bryan Singer Won't Be Directing

October 21st, 2011 announcement (above)

Why does Universal Studios always think that these announcements of theirs will always quietly fade away into obscure history without them being called on it?

Could Bryan Singer have "Stuttered It" anymore clearly that he had long since washed his hands of this project announced on October 21st, 2011?

No legitimate director would say that he "hopes to direct this project soon"...after "this project" (with his name attached) was supposed to have been in production during the previous 10 months, and that same director was supposed to have been heavily involved in the pre-production process during those previous 10 months.

A director's job with a movie begins long before the cameras start rolling. A director spends at least a year (before the cameras start rolling) hiring an art department to begin designing sets, miniatures, and props...and auditioning actors and actresses. Which is what Bryan Singer was supposed to have been doing from October 21st, 2011 to August 2012 (the time his interview was filmed in the second video.) Apparently he has not.

If this movie gets made at all...It's a very, very safe bet that Bryan Singer won't be directing.

Extrapolating As to What Bryan Singer's Next Project Will Be

Let's be serious here for just a moment. Bryan Singer has no more clout anymore to direct multi-million dollar movies than does "Carrot Top" or Gilbert Gottfreid. He apparently suffered enough of a crushing blow in his directing career (caused by the failure of "Superman Returns") to be downgraded to making little mini-series for

Bryan Singer of course, never began work on a "Battlestar Galactica" movie as was claimed on October 21st, 2011...and it's beginning to look like that he doesn't even have enough clout to direct the "Munsters" television pilot for NBC-TV. His long line of ever growing, aborted projects is indicative of someone whose "political capital" in Hollywood has all dried up....

1. Battlestar Galactica
2. The Munsters
3. Excalibur
4. Logan's Run
5. Star Trek
6. X-Men: Last Stand

It can be inferred that Bryan Singer announced all of the above projects prematurely, long before receiving any official go-ahead from the studios involved.

What's next for Bryan Singer?

Best educated guess: Home movie claymation productions coming soon to

Saturday, September 1, 2012

Universal Studios Ongoing Bigotry Against "The 1978 Battlestar Galactica" Series Has Led to a Third Announced Production Rotting in "Development Hell"

Official press release video from October 21st, 2011 (The third announced [never produced] production dating back to 2001.)

If Universal Studios really wanted this movie made, it would be further along right now (after 10 months) than merely "a script going through revisions" as Bryan Singer recently claimed.

1. And Universal Studios also would have made this movie in 2009 as they claimed.
2. And Universal Studios would have made a television pilot for FOX TV in 2001 as they claimed.

Obviously, the reason why Universal Studios keeps assigning this project to Bryan Singer after he repeatedly continues to not even begin making the movie is because it aligns perfectly with Universal Studios 33 year + stance against the "1978 Battlestar Galactica" series.

If Universal Studios really wanted this movie made, they would have assigned the project to another director long ago. Instead, Universal Studios continues to be perfectly happy with this movie not getting made in the incompetent hands of  "Movie Director Drop-Out....Bryan Singer."

Putting this movie in the hands of a former movie director (Bryan Singer) who conceivably could have been Blacklisted from the "Director's Chair" in Hollywood due to the failure of "Superman Returns" was not a smart move on the part of Universal Studios.