Friday, May 31, 2013

Through Deliberate Mismanagement & Idiocy Spanning 35 Years, "Battlestar Galactica" Never Did Become The Ongoing Third Alternative to "Star Trek" and "Star Wars"





http://www.byyourcommand.net/cylongallery/displayimage.php?album=1215&pid=16755#top_display_media




But Universal Studios can rest in the knowledge that they will always be living with the "Notoriety" they shamed themselves with by not allowing to happen what could have happened, and weren't smart enough to allow to happen.


 

A chronic and ongoing "Sour Puss" like this doesn't sell "Battlestar Galactica" toys and doesn't lay the foundation for building an ongoing (and legitimate) third alternative (franchise) for competing with "Star Trek" and "Star Wars." Mass market television audiences responded to this endless and ridiculous "frowning" of Edward James Olmos in the only instinctive way they could. They changed the channel and watched something else en masse....repeatedly...week after week. Mass market television audiences do not like Edward James Olmos....period.

Side Note: With the SyFy Channel and Ronald D. Moore thoroughly proving how "Off-Kilter" and "Out of Whack" their "Mass Market Sensibilities and Instincts" were when attempting "Battlestar Galactica" for the masses, I can only imagine with horror what an unbelievable pile of "Donkey Dung" their new series...."Helix".....will prove to be.

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Thursday, May 30, 2013

It Truly is Wonderful How Much This "Rotten Television Series" and its Offspring Were Ignored by Mass Market Television Audiences During Their Low-Rated Runs on The SyFy Channel



The cast members of "GINO", in a state of denial as to how low their ratings were on the SyFy Channel (Reruns of "SpongeBob" frequently kicked their butts in the ratings) try to project the illusion that they weren't tossed into the "Trash Heap" by mass market television audiences. This particular issue of TV Guide of course, went largely unnoticed by those who even bought TV Guide regularly. Nobody knew who these people were on the cover of this particular issue because NO ONE was watching this television series. Thus, this particular issue sold a great deal less than usual.




When you produce and write a Science Fiction television series in a "Half-Ass" and "Slip-Shod" manner  (No costume designer for this show!!) while at the same time not giving a damn about your source material ("The 1978 Battlestar Galactica Series")....You're going to get out of life precisely what you put into it. 6 episodes later, this "Embarrassment" on all fronts called "Caprica" was gone. The "Creepy" and "Weird" thing is....Bonnie Hammer...David Howe...and Mark Stern actually thought that television audiences would buy into "Elliot Ness & The Untouchables Dressed in Business Suits Set on an Alien Planet Looking Like Downtown L.A. During Rush Hour." It just goes to show that because Bonnie Hammer, David Howe, and Mark Stern are "Bean Counters & Marketers" in actuality, they need to be kept out of the creative process at all costs. The three of them are not "Artsy" people. "Caprica" in particular proved that.



 

The SyFy Channel never admits mistakes and "course corrects" as a result. The SyFy Channel just puts fresh coats of paint on crappy ideas. If the SyFy Channel were run by intelligent people, the lesson that would have been learned would have been that Ronald D. Moore's crappy rendition of "Battlestar Galactica" was a "Colossal Mistake" on every "Mass Market Front." Because the SyFy Channel is run by stupid people, they just added more "Space Battles" to Ronald D. Moore's initial "Crappy Idea." ....."Blood & Chrome" was about a younger version of a character played by Edward James Olmos that no one in "Mass Market Television Land" gave two shits about because Edward James Olmos played the older version in such a repulsive and disgusting manner.

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Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Did Bryan Singer Ever Sign a "Non-Disclosure Agreement" Before Beginning Work on "X-Men: Days of Future Past?"




http://ezinearticles.com/?Confidentiality,-Non-Disclosure-and-Non-Circumvention-Agreement&id=4572315

http://voices.yahoo.com/4-ways-protect-film-script-2479930.html?cat=17

http://confidentialityagreement.biz/film-script-confidentiality-agreement/


"Ummm"....Isn't the general purpose of a "Non-Disclosure Agreement" to prevent information about a movie being leaked out too soon before a movie is released? Thus, to maintain the "element of surprise" as much as possible before a movie is released thus ensuring a robust opening day at the box office and hopefully a healthy box office thereafter?

Did Bryan Singer ever sign one of these "Non-Disclosure Agreements" since he is the self-proclaimed producer and director of "X-Men: Days of Future Past?" Isn't all of this "Tweeting" he is doing about "X-Men: Days of Future Past" going to ruin the surprise of the movie before it is released next year? Is this movie being made without a "Non-Disclosure Agreement" in place protecting the leaking of information about this movie....on "Twitter" and anywhere else? This movie is supposedly due to be released next year yet through all of this "Tweeting" and fly by the pants press releases I already know that the plot involves "Time Travel", who the characters are and who the cast members are!! This can't be good for business (Box Office) on opening day and beyond!! Where is the "Non-Disclosure Agreement" for "X-Men: Days of Future Past" that would have prevented me from knowing all of this stuff way too soon (a year early?)

Certainly one of the many reasons why I suspect this movie isn't real and it's yet another hoax of Bryan Singer's.


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Forget About Being a Legitimate Movie Director (Those Days Are Long Gone For Bryan Singer.) Bryan Singer is Now a Full Time "Disinformation Spreader"



http://www.flicksandbits.com/2013/05/28/bryan-singer-teases-bolivar-trask-in-x-men-days-of-future-past/48490/

Some items of note here....

1. Are these sorts of "Tweets" supposed to get people excited about "X-Men: Days of Future Past?" From what Bryan Singer has "Tweeted" so far, "X-Men: Days of Future Past" is coming across as a very boring and highly derivative movie using the overly used "Time Travel Gimmick" in both the movies and television for the past 47 years. If this movie really is released next year, isn't all of this overexposure of the movie by Bryan Singer on "Twitter" going to ruin the surprise of the movie next year and thus kill its box office?

2. The image "Tweeted" above could be of anybody from any walk of life in any profession in this world. Aside from being a "Full Time Disinformation Spreader" instead of actually directing movies, Bryan Singer also isn't very good at spreading "Disinformation" because what he is "Tweeting" is not getting anyone excited about "X-Men: Days of Future Past" if in fact this movie actually is in production and Singer actually is directing it.

3. "X-Men: Days of Future Past" is the fifth or sixth "X-Men" based movie using the overly used "Time Travel Scenario." Right there it has two strikes against it.

4. I suspect that this entire fiasco (involving "Twitter") is less about making the latest installment of "X-Men" in the movies with good intentions and more (all) about (instead) trying to save Bryan Singer's career as a director after the consecutive failures of "Jack The Giant Slayer", "Valkyrie", and "Superman Returns." Even if "X-Men: Days of Future Past" is never made with Bryan Singer as the director, he still would have successfully "bull****ed" the na├»ve with short attention spans who surf the Internet all of the time that he was involved with something called "X-Men" around 2012 and 2013 even if the movie never comes out next year. It won't save Singer's career as a director, but this outcome is probably something Singer would accept as a "Consolation Prize."

5. If Bryan Singer wants to save his career as a movie director, he needs to do the following things:

a. Stop announcing fake movies and television shows in fake press releases you will never direct...

Bryan Singer's Aborted Project / Fake Press Release List - Volume 1

http://www.grantland.com/blog/hollywood-prospectus/post/_/id/35894/does-excalibur-wolverine-2-x-men-first-class-director-bryan-singer-really-want-to-make-movies


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
 
b. Don't try to save your career by pinning your hopes on the "one sequel too many" "X-Men" movies already on financial decline because each sequel has varied wildly in quality and the public has steadily been losing interest in "X-Men" movies.
 
c. Don't attach the overly used "Time Travel Cliche" to the next "X-Men" movie you may or may not be directing.

d. Stop getting caught on camera lying about movies you will never make...


 
More lies from Bryan Singer on August 3rd, 2012


 e. Stop arrogantly assuming that your word is still "Good as Gold" related to "X-Men: Days of Future Past" via the non-stop "Tweeting" you're doing after all of your previous, consecutive lies about moviemaking. It's not. At this late date and after all of your previous consecutive lies (27 so far), your word doesn't mean "S***." Especially on "Twitter."

f. Instead of bragging about making movies that will never get made with fake fanfare, Bryan Singer needs to begin actually making movies....quietly. Keep your mouth shut and just make the damn movies. Every other director in Hollywood makes movies this way. Not Bryan Singer!!


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Aside From Being Tossed into The "Trash Heap" by Mass Market Audiences Opposed to Radical and Shitty Reimaginings of Classic TV, These Three Productions Aren't Ageing Well






Not that these three productions were ever "hip" or "cutting edge" in the first place.

NBC-Universal / SyFy Channel got out of these three productions precisely what they put into them in terms of effort and budgeting....which is "Zilch." These are the sorts of productions where a "Science Fiction Franchise" of any sort won't be being built upon anytime soon, because all three of them were so "Shitty" in content and execution. Hardly the sort of foundation to try and build anything on.

1. "GINO" - (Galactica in Name Only) If you're going to make a Science Fiction television series, particularly if it is "Space Fantasy", at the very least put up the money necessary to create a credible alternate reality with credible worlds. Don't dress your cast members in business suits, film in beautiful downtown "Vancouver"....and then have the typical "Unmitigated Gall" NBC-Universal / SyFy Channel has always had by claiming this series takes place thousands of light years from Earth. Everything about this series was repulsive to the eyes (the frowning of Edward James Olmos and his crappy acting, the crappy acting of the rest of the cast members, the spaceships that were ugly as shit to look at, the series overall hostility towards women and children, its gloomy premise, and its blatant hostility towards its source material)..."The 1978 Battlestar Galactica" series. No wonder this series last resting place is http://www.amazon.com where it continues to not sell no matter how much the season sets are slashed in price. You'll even find this tub of lard (the season sets!!) in the "$5.00 Discount DVD Bins" at Wal-Mart!!

2. "Caprica" - Gangsters on an alien planet dressed like "Elliot Ness"  (business suits and trench coats) with Tommy Guns. Throw in a manic-depressive teenage girl and you have a stupid-ass premise for a television series that would have been rejected at every other broadcast and cable network in Hollywood because they have a lick of common sense. The SyFy Channel of course (having no style at all and having no instinctive sensibilities as to what is good or bad) threw themselves head first into this production and green-lit it right away. 6 episodes later, it was cancelled. Go figure.

3. "Blood & Chrome" - The crappy premise of "GINO" but with more space battles. It just goes to show that a crappy premise will always be a crappy premise even with heightened pyrotechnics.


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Tuesday, May 28, 2013

"Uh - Ohhh!!" The New SyFy Channel / Ronald D. Moore Series "Helix" is Coming Up!! I Guess it's Time For SyFy to Rehire "Abraham & Harrison" to "Strong Arm" The Public into Watching This Series!!



http://www.chrisabraham.com/2009/04/13/overcoming-bad-online-influencers-for-battlestar/

http://tv.yahoo.com/news/david-slade-direct-syfy-drama-helix-183743836.html

Because this guy and his team did such a stellar job at trying to..."Strong Arm"...."Coerce"...."Argue With"...."Shout Down"....and "Flim-Flam" the general public (on the old and now defunct http://www.scifi.com/galactica forum) into watching this other piece of crap from the SyFy Channel and Ronald D. Moore!! You remember, right? This series having had four low-rated seasons...



Side note: All of the top and most respected theatrical drama coaches in the world still haven't figured out exactly what it was Edward James Olmos was doing in this series. They do unanimously agree however, that it wasn't legitimate acting on any front. The general consensus was that it was just..."Frowning"....nothing more, nothing less. And Edward James Olmos pretty much just sleep-walked and phoned in a non-existent performance to "GINO."


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Monday, May 27, 2013

Isn't it "Odd" How The SyFy Channel Always Showers Praise Upon The Very Television Series...They Cancel? "I Love You!...I Love You!!...You're Cancelled!!"




A few items of note here...

1. If the SyFy Channel loves "Warehouse 13" so much, why are they cancelling it?

2. Who cares how many seasons "Warehouse 13" is renewed for? If a television series has a "passionate fanbase", isn't it the "logical business objective" to keep the television series going forever?

3. SyFy Channel...and the rocky management that it has had (Bonnie Hammer, David Howe, Mark Stern) certainly has never had a string of successes under its belt (putting it mildly.) Cancelling "Warehouse 13" after only four seasons and an abbreviated fifth season is not a wise business move especially if "Warehouse 13" has truly been the "Signature Series" of the SyFy Channel. And SyFy Channel certainly doesn't have anything else presently to fall back on in its permanent absence.

4. The cancellation of "Warehouse 13" certainly plays into the notorious reputation (unfortunately a truthful notorious reputation) that the corporation NBC-Universal / SyFy Channel has always had an instinctive and odd business aversion towards building "Science Fiction Franchises" over a long period of time in both the movies and on television. (Just look at "Battlestar Galactica".) This corporation also (for whatever reasons), has always been averse towards conjuring up imagination and inspired thinking on its own, and has always been averse towards those who can supply it to them (the cast and crew of "Warehouse 13") for both the short term and any sustainable periods of time.

5. Instead of the SyFy Channel claiming that they love the cast and crew of "Warehouse 13" while at the same time firing them from their jobs, at the very least the SyFy Channel should take the entire cast and crew of "Warehouse 13" out for a supremely expensive dinner at the most expensive restaurant in the world, and thank every one of them for their work on the series. Shaking hands and patting backs in the process. It wouldn't hurt either for the SyFy Channel (on top of dinner) to give every cast and crew member of "Warehouse 13" a supremely generous "Severance Package" and an "Umbrella Portfolio" where they can all retire comfortably...forever. In appreciation of the revenue the cast and crew of "Warehouse 13" brought to the SyFy Channel. Now that would be love!!

It would be the first time that "Non-Corporate Types" would be given "Severance Packages", but the SyFy Channel is going to have to begin being a trendsetter in some way!! It certainly hasn't been a trendsetter in how it has run its network!!

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Saturday, May 25, 2013

In Just a Few Short Weeks, Everyone Can Own The Biggest Box Office Bomb of 2013!! Reserve Your Copy Now!!


 
 
From the movie theaters to Blu-Ray in just three months!! It must be a world record!!


http://www.amazon.com/Giant-Slayer-Blu-ray-UltraViolet-Digital/dp/B00CFA227C/ref=sr_1_1?s=movies-tv&ie=UTF8&qid=1369362662&sr=1-1&keywords=jack+the+giant+slayer

http://movies.yahoo.com/blogs/movie-talk/fee-fie-foe-flop-jack-giant-bomb-warner-170325636.html


In another tidbit of extremely entertaining news...The Tom Cruise movie "Oblivion" bombed at the box office as well!!

http://www.pajiba.com/seriously_random_lists/the-10-biggest-box-office-flops-of-2013.php

"Oblivion — ($53 million) Is it too early to say that Joseph Kosinski’s Oblivion was the death knell to Tom Cruise’s career? After the middling box-office returns from Jack Reacher, Cruise is once again on the decline, as his personal life has alienated too many moviegoers, not to mention the fact that it was difficult to see Cruise in a sci-fi action movie. It wasn’t a total loss (Oblivion did decent numbers overseas), but the world is ready to cast Cruise aside for a younger generation of leading men."

Read more at http://www.pajiba.com/seriously_random_lists/the-10-biggest-box-office-flops-of-2013.php#eMfrB2YGyZIlaGXY.99

Universal Studios and Bryan Singer even bomb together at the box office at roughly the same time. Don't they make a cute couple?
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Friday, May 24, 2013

The Ongoing "Disinformation & Deception Campaigns" of Universal Studios and Bryan Singer Related to The "1978 Battlestar Galactica Series" and Science Fiction Related Projects in General




For whatever reasons only those within the inner sanctums of this "notorious duo" would know, Universal Studios and Bryan Singer have been engaging in ongoing "Disinformation & Deception Campaigns" - (Fake Press Releases) directed against the "1978 Battlestar Galactica" television series, and Science Fiction / Fantasy related projects in general since 2001.

What I do know about Universal Studios and Bryan Singer after observing both of them since 2001, is that they are not talented in the art of bringing Science Fiction / Fantasy to the movie and television screens. (The SyFy Channel, "Oblivion", "Defiance", "Jack The Giant Slayer", "Superman Returns" etc.) Thus, it is human nature to lie about particular disciplines you can't master.

I also know after careful observation, is that both Universal Studios and Bryan Singer cannot get through a single work day without lying about making a Science Fiction or Fantasy related project.

It is an unavoidable reality and absolute fact that Bryan Singer has never successfully completed a Science Fiction / Fantasy related project he has announced through one of his notorious and fake press releases...

Bryan Singer's Aborted Project / Fake Press Release List - Volume 1

http://www.grantland.com/blog/hollywood-prospectus/post/_/id/35894/does-excalibur-wolverine-2-x-men-first-class-director-bryan-singer-really-want-to-make-movies


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
 
I suspect that whatever ongoing issues Universal Studios and Bryan Singer have had and are having with the "1978 Battlestar Galactica" series and the Science Fiction genre in general (since 2001) involve the following...
 
1. These issues (prejudices) have been mutually acknowledged and agreed upon between the two of them (and locked into place) behind closed doors. One of the (consciously aware) agreements reached between the two of them (as a result of these unsolvable issues) is that they would (beginning in 2001) release a series of deliberately fake press releases (both individually and collectively) related to the "1978 Battlestar Galactica" series and other Science Fiction related projects in general.
 
2. These issues are partially due to the fact that both Universal Studios and Bryan Singer (both individually and collectively) lack the talent, imagination, and inspired thinking to master both the "1978 Battlestar Galactica" series and Science Fiction in general...in a mass market / financially successful sort of way.
 
3. Both Universal Studios and Bryan Singer have a joint, acknowledged, and agreed upon hatred of the "1978 Battlestar Galactica" series because the series itself is beyond their intellectual capabilities as filmmakers to master in an inspired and imaginative storyline and set-up as an ongoing, profit making franchise at the same financial level as "Star Wars" and "Star Trek."
 
4. The ongoing "Fake" press releases of Universal Studios and Bryan Singer related to the "1978 Battlestar Galactica" series is a form of malice and animosity directed against the series itself they can't master in a new production, and a form of malice and animosity directed against the fanbase of the "1978 Battlestar Galactica" series.
 
Universal Studios and Bryan Singer do not like Science Fiction and the "1978 Battlestar Galactica" series....genres and no doubt the feelings are mutual. As in the fans of both won't be sending "fruit baskets" to Universal Studios and Bryan Singer anytime soon.
 
My advice to the two of them would be to totally divorce themselves (completely) from both the Science Fiction genre (all encompassing) and the "1978 Battlestar Galactica" series (As in finally ripping off that Band-Aid no matter how much it hurts.) Up to and including never releasing a "Fake" press release ever again related to both. Science Fiction overall and the "1978 Battlestar Galactica" series have never benefited from the unwelcome presence of Universal Studios and Bryan Singer. 
 
Bryan Singer in particular, has been lying for so long and consecutively (27 consecutive projects!!) about being involved with various Science Fiction / Fantasy related projects that the only way you can tell nowadays that he hasn't been lying is to wait for an actual movie / TV show to be released with his name listed in the credits as being the producer or director. No one will know that Bryan Singer hasn't been lying about directing "X-Men: Days of Future Past" until the movie is actually / physically released next year with his name actually listed in the credits as being the director!! With Bryan Singer, you now have to wait for the actual production to be physically released (with his name in the credits) to back up his claims. His "Twitter" feeds (claims) just aren't cutting it. Not after 27 consecutive aborted projects.
 
 
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Thursday, May 23, 2013

Can We Look Forward to Universal Studios and Bryan Singer Resuming Their "Battlestar 1978 / Fake Press Release Movie Hoax" in 2013?







Universal Studios "Fake" Battlestar Galactica (1978) press release on October 21st, 2011


Bryan Singer's "Fake" Battlestar Galactica follow-up to the above "Fake" press release on August 3rd, 2012.


Porky Pig does a remarkable impression of Bryan Singer.

The remainder of 2013 would surely be a boring year wouldn't it if the only "Hoax" Bryan Singer orchestrated this year was his "X-Men: Days of Future Past" hoax, wouldn't it?


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The Economic Realities of Hollywood Keep Colliding With Bryan Singer's Endless Claims



Would Hollywood allow Bryan Singer to direct "X-Men: Days of Future Past" after the stunning failure of "Jack The Giant Slayer?"



Would Hollywood allow Bryan Singer to direct "X-Men: Days of Future Past" after the stunning failure of "Superman Returns?"



Would Hollywood consider Bryan Singer a theatrical director ever again after he directed this largely ignored television movie from October of last year?

I know enough about Hollywood to know that Bryan Singer would not have been allowed to direct "X-Men: Days of Future Past" after his underwhelming track record displayed above. Quite frankly, this is not how Hollywood works. The way Hollywood works (as cruel as it may be), is that Bryan Singer would be chronically unemployed right now after the track record displayed above, and he would not be directing "X-Men: Days of Future Past" right now. Someone else would be.

It simply is not...reality....that Hollywood would wipe Bryan Singer's slate clean, and let him start out all over again (fresh) after so many financial failures...and be allowed to direct "X-Men: Days of Future Past" because based upon his present track record, Bryan Singer is too much of a financial gamble to be given the reins of "X-Men: Days of Future Past" after the track record displayed above.


 
 
Regardless of whether or not Bryan Singer would be willing to admit it, he is..."just an employee of Hollywood" as much as anyone else is regardless of whether or not they are..."Above The Line" or "Below The Line." If you don't perform at a certain level, you won't be given new opportunities...period. If you repeatedly fail to make a certain amount of money for the studios in Hollywood, Hollywood will not be seeking your services ever again. That's just the way the business world works in Hollywood.
 
If by some..."Cartoon Leap of The Imagination"....Bryan Singer has been allowed to direct "X-Men: Days of Future Past" after his string of consecutive failures...it is unprecedented within the business world of Hollywood, and some unusual example of..."Special Accommodation"....given to Bryan Singer by individuals within the studio system in Hollywood who must like him...really....really a lot to be willing to go out on a limb for him....to this extent...after his string of box office failures.
 
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Wednesday, May 22, 2013

It Appears That The Next Movie Peter Dinklage Will Be Doing is..."Hop Frog"...and Not "X-Men: Days of Future Past"




http://www.cinemablend.com/new/Peter-Dinklage-Terrify-Kings-Adaptation-Poe-Hop-Frog-37632.html

Yes, I know I know...Peter Dinklage can be in two places at the same time and film two movies at the same time...(rolling my eyes.) Even if both movies are filming at opposite locations across the globe separated  by thousands of miles...(rolling my eyes again.)

Perhaps Bryan Singer could utilize a CGI version of the Peter Dinklage character in his "X-Men" movie while Mr. Dinklage is filming his next actual project...."Hop Frogs"....

Voice over work for the Peter Dinklage character could be supplied by Dwight Schultz ("Murdock" from the "A-Team.")




                           


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I Wonder if Peter Dinklage is Aware of How Many Projects Bryan Singer Has Previously Aborted...


 
Could this photo be a product of photoshop? Is Peter Dinklage filming "Hop Frogs" or "X-Men?"
 
 
....And just how much of a "Professional Roll of The Dice" he is taking as an actor by working with Bryan Singer on "X-Men: Days of Future Past" if in fact Bryan Singer really is directing this thing.
 
After all...Bryan Singer could drop out of "X-Men: Days of Future Past" any day now just as he previously aborted all of these other projects...
 
Bryan Singer's Aborted Project / Fake Press Release List - Volume 1

http://www.grantland.com/blog/hollywood-prospectus/post/_/id/35894/does-excalibur-wolverine-2-x-men-first-class-director-bryan-singer-really-want-to-make-movies


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

I'm a great admirer of Peter Dinklage's work as an actor in the "Threshold" TV series and in the movie "Elf." It would be a shame if he wasted his time and his talents working with Bryan Singer who may eventually drop out of this movie.


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Tuesday, May 21, 2013

I'm Still Determined to Defend Leslie Stevens Primary Involvement in "Battlestar Galactica" as its Likely Creator Because it's My Blog and I Can

The Shadows Lengthen


By Susan J. Paxton

[ Reprinted with permission from Susan J. Paxton. Originally appeared on BattlestarFanClub.com. ]
 
 

Leslie Stevens is on the right in this photo. The man has long since passed away and thus is unable to defend himself in this matter. I will defend him.

It is my belief that Leslie Stevens, not Glen Larson, is the actual creator of Battlestar Galactica. Why is this important? After all, it's been over 22 years since Battlestar Galactica was canceled. Stevens is dead. The show remains in limbo. I believe it's important for several reasons. One involves simple justice. But another has more immediacy. Over the past several years, there have been movements to revive the series in some form, as a film, TV film, or even as a TV series, probably syndicated. One movement has been led by actor Richard Hatch and has taken the form of novels, a web site, and a professional-quality trailer proposal that has been widely hailed by BG fans wherever it has been shown. Whatever ones' personal views on Richard's novels, his revival plans feature the surviving original actors back in their original roles in a production set after the time of the series and ignoring the events of Galactica 1980 completely. He has backed this effort with his own time and money, showing real courage.


Richard's revival effort has attracted the support of a growing number, perhaps even a majority of BG fans. Executive Producer Glen A. Larson has spearheaded the other, predominantly reactive revival effort, originally in conjunction with Todd Moyer, director of the horrible film based on the game Wing Commander. Several years ago, BG composer Stu Phillips told me that Larson's reason for not producing a BG revival hinged on Larson's lack of ideas on how to handle the Galactica 1980 issue. It's obvious from Larson's proposals that he still lacks ideas. He's suggested basing a new BG production around the battlestar Pegasus and Commander Cain or, more recently, around a battlestar Atlantis, set thousands of years after or before the time of the original series, depending on which version you hear. Larson's claim to primacy in the BG revival stakes revolves around his claim to be the creator of the series. As creator, he believes it is his right to decide what form a revival should take. As creator, many fans would agree with him. But what if he isn't the creator?


When Battlestar Galactica was launched, Larson was the subject of many interviews. Over and over he told the same story of BG's origins. His original idea, he said, was for a series called Adam's Ark. Adam's Ark, Larson said, was "sort of about the origins of mankind in the universe, taking some of the Biblical stories and moving them off into space as if by the time we get to Earth they're really not about things that happened here but things that might have happened somewhere else in space." Note this carefully: "by the time we get to Earth." Larson told this story over and over, how he had approached the networks with this idea and been rejected.


Then, in the summer of 1977, when the success of Star Wars made the words "science fiction" once again safe to utter within network sanctums, Larson claimed he dusted this idea off, took it to Universal and ABC, and Adam's Ark then formed the basis of Battlestar Galactica. After all, Battlestar Galactica did touch on and suggest legends, Biblical and otherwise, and the fleet was indeed heading to Earth. Adam's Ark became part of the legend of BG's beginnings in spite of the fact that Larson never released a script or proposal to public view. More recently, Larson's story has changed, in interviews and most recently on the Sci-Fi Channel's Sciography special on BG. Adam's Ark is now, according to Larson, about a "Howard Hughes-like" character, a billionaire named Adam who believes Earth to be doomed and tricks Earth's best and brightest onto a spaceship and launches them to discover new worlds.


In other words, leaving Earth, not coming to Earth, and suddenly no hint of Biblical legends. Why the change? Did Larson just forget what his proposal was about? Is there a loose copy floating around somewhere he's afraid will get into fandom? Whatever the reason for Larson's sudden reversal on Adam's Ark, one thing is brutally certain. This later concept has absolutely no resemblance whatsoever to Battlestar Galactica. Probably it is Larson's original concept. It's enough of a brainless cartoon to fit with his normal line of programming.


Frankly, it's a really stupid idea. Enter director Alan J. Levi. Levi is known to BG fans as the director of "Gun on Ice Planet Zero," but he also directed half of the premiere after Richard Colla was let go by Larson. Levi was a good friend of the late Leslie Stevens, the producer best known for the famous science fiction series The Outer Limits. Recently I interviewed Alan Levi. I had not planned to ask him any questions about the origins of Battlestar Galactica because he had not been involved early enough in the process to know about it. But, out of the blue, with no prompting from me whatsoever, he said, "Well, Leslie Stevens wrote the original script. Leslie was one of my best friends. I do know that Leslie had told me at one time way before he ever got into the script that he had this great idea for a script that he was going to take to Glen Larson and talk about."


In other words, sometime in 1977, Stevens had told Levi about an idea for a series he was going to discuss with Glen Larson, an idea that recognizably was Battlestar Galactica. Now before people start running around screaming that Larson "stole" BG from Stevens, it's clear that whatever happened, Stevens must have agreed with it, though for what reason we cannot at this time know. Perhaps Larson had more pull at Universal than Stevens did. If Stevens was for some reason out of favor at the time, his idea might have been discarded by Universal while the same idea with Glen Larson's name on it would have been viewed favorably.


Stevens also was working on what became the Buck Rogers TV series at this same time and may not have had enough time to spearhead both efforts. Whatever kind of agreement Larson and Stevens came to, it evidently was amicable. Stevens never publicly said a thing about it. With Leslie Stevens dead, there are only a few people who could confirm, amplify or deny Levi's version of events. The most obvious is, of course, Glen Larson himself. And we can be assured, I believe, that he will never do so. He has little else to his credit of the quality of BG, and he will continue to claim it as his own for that and other reasons. The first three people hired by Larson to work on BG might also know: John Dykstra, Joe Johnston, and Ralph McQuarrie. Two others possibly able to shed light on the situation are Don Bellisario and Michael Sloan. They must be interviewed and asked what they know.


And, of course, there is the matter of Leslie Stevens' papers. Whether these are still held by his family or were donated to a library or university or other institution after his death, they could very well contain the truth and, most precious of all, Stevens' first draft of the BG premiere. More investigation must follow to pin down the elusive truth of the origins of Battlestar Galactica. But for Glen Larson and his claim to be the series' creator, the shadows have begun to lengthen.
 
 

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