The Twilight Zone was one of the best things that ever happened to television. The Rod Serling anthology ran from 1959-64, was revived in 1985 and 2002 and now 10 years later, there's word of another reboot.
Bryan Singer, you know how to get some Twitter followers in a hurry. After joining the service just a few weeks ago, the X-Men: Days of Future Past director has let loose another pic from behind the scenes—this time showing off some new concept art.
Did someone say they wanted to get their first glimpse into Bryan Singer's mutant return, X-Men: Days of Future Past? Well, we've got the very first image there is and you can see it right now.
Director Bryan Singer might be fairly new to Twitter, but the X-Men mastermind made waves recently by using the medium to reveal that two former stars would be back for the eagerly anticipated sequel Days of Future Past. But, his little tweet apparently put those stars in a bit of an awkward situation.
A new, full-length trailer for Bryan Singer's (X-Men) freaky fairytale Jack the Giant Slayer has been released, and instead of going down the rabbit hole, get ready to head up the beanstalk. Who knew the classic tale of giants and magic beans could look so awesome?
Ever since Bryan Singer was announced for the X-Men: First Class sequel, Days of Future Past, fans have been both vocally excited and nervous. But Singer is here to tell us that there is at least one concern that we can all put to bed.
After X-Men: First Class director Matthew Vaughn dropped out for the sequel, there was some worry as to what would come next for the promising franchise. But put your fears to rest—X-Men Days of Future Past officially has a director. And boy, is it a doozy.
X-Men: Days of Future Past has been dealt a rough hand. The sequel to last year's X-Men: First Class has lost its director. Matthew Vaughn was expected to return for the follow-up, but has since dropped out.
It's been a while since we've heard much about Bryan Singer's apocalyptic web series H+, set in an extremely over-connected world, but the wait ends now—the first two, tense episodes have officially gone live.
We haven't heard much about Bryan Singer's planned Battlestar Galactica film ever since it was was announced way back when; and the last we heard was that screenwriter John Orloff had been brought on board. Until now.