Universal Studios October 21st, 2011 "Fake" Press Release
Bryan Singer's "Fake" August 3rd, 2012 Follow-Up
quote - "It's not hard for anyone to write up and place a press release on the wires." - unquote
Even Universal Studios and Bryan Singer can do it...repeatedly!! As in the two cases above.
One of my many "Public Service Safety Messages" for the general public instructing and warning them to avoid Universal Studios and Bryan Singer (and any fake press releases they put forth) at all costs.
It wouldn't hurt either to BOYCOTT any future productions Universal Studios and Bryan Singer may create either individually or collectively.
My personal definition of "Consumer Activism" as it applies to "The 1978 Battlestar Galactica" series....
Making the "1978 Battlestar Galactica" series readily available to the general public at any time in any form the general public so chooses or requests...whether it be a new theatrical production, a new television production, or high quality DVD releases regardless of how Universal Studios and Bryan Singer personally feel about the matter.
Universal Studios and Bryan Singer are not in the business of putting forth their "personal opinions" of a property, and then using their "personal opinions" to "withhold indefinitely"...a property, copyright, or consumer product from public consumption...as Universal Studios and Bryan Singer have been doing since 2001 with the "1978 Battlestar Galactica" series.
Their "personal opinions" are irrelevant in this matter. Their jobs are only suppose to involve, supplying product to the general public for mass consumption...period.
The "1978 Battlestar Galactica" series is a consumer product for the masses...period. And because it is a consumer product for the masses, it deserves the same unbiased considerations and treatment as any other consumer product does, whether it be a box of "Fruit Loops" or a 34 year old television series.
The manufacturer of "Cocoa Pebbles Breakfast Cereal" may hate the product within its corporate offices, but they still produce the product in mass quantities regardless.
The "1978 Battlestar Galactica" series is not a political weapon of the "Universal Studios Black Tower", as Universal Studios has been utilizing it as...against the general public since 1978.