This guy went to acting class....where? "The Frowning Theater of The Arts?" Edward James Olmos has spent 30 years and more, frowning and mumbling his way not only through Science Fiction / Fantasy based productions ("GINO", "Blade Runner", "The Wolfen"), but also as the delightfully stone-faced "Captain Castillo" in "Miami Vice." Any production this guy appears in is a sure-fire guarantee for a miserable viewing experience even if Olmos is only the guest star.
This guy who killed Captain Kirk via a "Scaffolding Collapse" and who took a stab at and failed re-booting "Battlestar Galactica" because his low budget take on it was nothing more than characters on the brink of calling "The Suicide Hotline" set in beautiful downtown, low-budget "Vancouver" (and the location shooting made no attempt to hide that fact) has unfortunately reduced his attempts at televised Science Fiction to objects of "Manic-Depressive Ridicule."
Bryan Singer apparently loves the Science Fiction genre as a fan but lacks the Hollywood clout to make as many projects as he would like to. The few projects he does manage to make ("Superman Returns", "Jack The Giant Slayer") aren't very good and unfortunately prove that Bryan Singer doesn't have it in him to be a crowd pleaser the way Richard Donner and Steven Spielberg are.
Maybe if the three of them had regarded Science Fiction as exciting concepts and worlds worth exploring instead of merely as a means to jump start their careers which were never hot in the first place (and still aren't), their body of work in the genre (what little of it there is) would have been taken seriously instead of being tossed into the "Trash Heap" by mass market audiences.
These three individuals have also always had the combined knack for taking the potentially exciting realms of Science Fiction & Fantasy, and turning them into laborious, ponderous, and pretentious nonsense. No viewing experience in Science Fiction & Fantasy will ever be as boring as when Edward James Olmos, Ronald D. Moore, and Bryan Singer are involved in some way.
Read the books Universal Studios has tried and failed to censor on Amazon.com...
And read these books at another location where Universal Studios executives and its stealth marketers won't be able to post negative, misleading (stealth marketed) reviews of the books via them purchasing candy and Rogaine Foam on Amazon.com (allowing them access to the Amazon book review section) and not actually buying and reading the books. I'll leave the other 150 global locations under wraps for now.