Star Trek fans, it's time to cross your fingers. Why? because we may finally get that new Trek TV series we've all been waiting for; and it could happen sooner rather than later IF the geek-empowered dynamic duo of Bryan Fuller and Bryan Singer can have their way.
If you're a canny lawyer representing the creators of the Uncanny X-Men, how would you save your clients hundreds of thousands of dollars? You'd claim that Marvel's characters, whose comic deals with identity issues over their human nature, weren't human after all.
Despite being attached to more projects you can count on one hand—a Battlestar Galactica re-reboot, The Munsters pilot, a remake of Logan's Run—Bryan Singer hasn't offered up a single frame of a film that he himself shot in years ... until this first look at his epic take on Jack and the Beanstalk.
On top of the recent news that Pushing Daisies creator Bryan Fuller's new take on the classic 1960s TV series The Munsters had been picked up by NBC to go to pilot, here comes word that another Bryan is about to board the project as director.
Universal has been trying to reboot The Six Million Dollar Man for years: Kevin Smith wrote a screenplay, stars like Chris Rock and Jim Carrey have been attached to comedy versions of it—but rumor has it that a pair of Hollywood heavy hitters will bring the bionic man back from the dead.
New Battlestar Galactica writer John Orloff has been talking. And from what he says, it seems like Bryan Singer's movie reboot may have more to do with Ron Moore's BSG universe than we originally thought. Or not. Are you confused yet?
Bryan Singer's Battlestar Galactica has taken one step closer to becoming a reality! Hollywood vet John Orloff has been signed to pen the long in-development (and we do mean long) film adaptation, and he's psyched.
If you, like us, have been waiting with trepidation to see Bryan Singer's take on John Boorman's epic Arthurian movie, Excalibur, you can stop waiting; because the planned remake is—to put it mildly—dead in the water.
Think you know everything there is about Superman Returns? Apparently, director Bryan Singer shot an alternate opening sequence for the 2006 film that's never seen the light of day, and now it's surfaced online.
Looks like Bryan Singer's come up with a way to save us from having to update Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and all our other social media accounts every 30 seconds—why not just stay wired in to each other all the time? Which sounds like it could be a good idea ... until the teaser for H+ shows it might be a nightmare instead.