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?

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