Thursday, March 28, 2013

The Work History of SyFy Channel, Bryan Singer, and Ronald D. Moore Has Had a Decade to Settle and Be Evaluated. What is The Sad Conclusion?

 Collectively, they are "Schlocky Providers of B-Grade Tripe" within the realms of Science Fiction and Fantasy. Inexplicably given larger production budgets than usual in order to do so. With stealth marketing paid for praise heaped upon every project they poop out of their rear ends.
Yet the three of them won't abandon the Science Fiction and Fantasy realms they keep trying to dabble in because no one has been blunt with them telling them what they need to be told. They "Suck" at what they do in the Science Fiction and Fantasy genres. After a decade of not impressing anyone and boring everyone with their feeble attempts at Science Fiction and Fantasy, the three of them still somehow fancy themselves as "Steven Spielberg - esque" providers of quality Science Fiction and Fantasy. A mountaintop none of them will ever stand on.
SyFy Channel: Science Fiction fans everywhere agree that when the former Sci-Fi Channel (now SyFy) fell into the notorious corporate hands of the corporation infamously known as "Vivendi" and "NBC-Universal" throughout the years...and infamously managed by Bonnie Hammer, it was the beginning of a "Slow Bleed Process" over a period of years that eventually robbed the United States of its only Science Fiction channel.
The present SyFy Channel's programming issues are so severe (spanning a decade and longer), that the solution is not to occasionally put programming on the air that would occasionally mask over the channel's true hatred of the entire Science Fiction / Fantasy genre ("Defiance"), the only solution to the problem is for the SyFy Channel to have new owners who love the channel and restore the channel to its former glory before "Vivendi - Hammer" trashed the channel. "Vivendi - Hammer" never should have purchased and managed the channel in the first place. It was always the "Wrong Fit" between a corporation always all out hateful towards Science Fiction and Fantasy, and the genres themselves...needing much, much better corporate owners.
Ronald D. Moore: I suspect that Ronald D. Moore was hoping "GINO", "Caprica", and "Blood & Chrome" would establish him as the "Go to Guy in Hollywood" whenever anyone wanted and needed a new Science Fiction / Fantasy television series developed. Of course, this never happened. Since developing projects under the roof of "Sony"for three years , NBC-Universal /  SyFy Channel has been his only interested and paying customer (17th Precinct, Helix.)
This Tri-Level relationship of "Schlock" (NBC-U / SyFy Channel, Ronald D. Moore, Bryan Singer) never truly breaks up, does it? Even when it appears one of them has gone his separate way.
Bryan Singer: He has had four career failures in a row (Jack The Giant Slayer, Mockingbird Lane, Valkyrie, Superman Returns) as a director. It remains to be seen if he was actually hired by 20th Century Fox to direct "X-Men: Days of Future Past." Additionally, Bryan Singer seems intent on rewriting the history books with his endless stream of "Fake" press releases of projects he hopes the public will be too stupid to realize he never directed and projects that never got made, period...
Bryan Singer's Aborted Project / Fake Press Release List - Volume 1

1. Six Billion Dollar Man
2. Battlestar Galactica

3. The Munsters (TV series)
4. Logan's Run
5. Excalibur
6. Bob Fosse mini series (HBO)
7. 2012 (SyFy Channel mini-series)
8. Sellevision
9. X-Men: Last Stand
10. Jack The Giant Killer
11. Star Trek: Federation - Television Series
12. The Prisoner
13. Wolverine 2
14. X-Men 3
15. Aim High
16. X-Men: First Class
17. X-Men: Days of Future Past (Abandonment Pending)
18. Freedom Formula: Ghost of The Wasteland
19. The Mayor of Castro Street: The Life & Times of Harvey Milk
20. Capeshooters
21. The Twilight Zone remake with CBS-TV
22. Confessions of a Dangerous Mind
23. Footballers Wives
24. X-Men Origins: Magneto
25. Superman: The Man of Steel
26. uwantme2killhim?

27. My Eleventh

And with "Jack The Giant Slayer" currently bombing at the box office, what does this mean for the future prospects of "X-Men: Days of Future Past?"

Additionally, Bryan Singer's accomplishments in Science Fiction and Fantasy are as non-existent as SyFy Channel's and Ronald D. Moore's as well.

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