Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Let's Analyze One of Bryan Singer's Earlier "Fake" Press Releases And Explain Why it Really Was "Fake" (a Hoax)
When you "close a deal" with a major television network (as is stated in this article) to develop a television series with them...In all business circles that means you signed a contract with them to develop a television series with them. Signing a contract with a television network locks you into a pre-determined and finite amount of time to develop that television series with a television network. In short, you're on a pre-determined and finite schedule to develop that television series.
"Closing a deal with CBS-TV (signing a contract) to develop Twilight Zone" doesn't mean that you can just forget about "Twilight Zone" three months later, or put it on hold indefinitely because some other project came up, or put it on hold indefinitely because you need more time to think about how you're going to tackle a project. "Closing a deal" (signing a contract sounds exactly like what it means.) It means that you signed a contract to develop a television series, period...With how much time you have to do that spelled out in the contract.
My opinion? Bryan Singer never "closed a deal" to develop "Twilight Zone" with CBS-TV because if he did, he wouldn't be working on "X-Men: Days of Future Past" right now (so he claims.) He would be working on "Twilight Zone"....period.
In all known business circles, you don't have second thoughts about doing a project after a contract is signed. Once the contract is signed, you locked yourself into doing that project within a specific period of time precisely spelled out in the contract. Putting a project on hold after you signed a contract to do it is fantasy. It's unknown in the business world.
So, the next time you come across another claim of Bryan Singer's that he's developing a re-boot of something with somebody. Ask yourself this simple question...."Did he actually sign a contract to develop it?"
It doesn't need to be elaborated upon that the 26 other projects on Bryan Singer's "Aborted Project List" didn't have signed contracts associated with them either.
Read the books Universal Studios has tried and failed to censor on Amazon.com...
Posted by Languatron at 12:12 PM