We at Major Spoilers have discussed the trend of directors heading to social media to show behind the scenes images and make announcements and it has happened once again. X-Men Days of Future Past director Brian Singer headed over to Vine to let us know Bishop and Warpath will be in the film.
When word hit that Haley Berry would be returning as Storm in X-Men: Days of Future Past, a little sigh of relief went out by many a fanboy and fangirl. Director Bryan Singer decided to give us a little more, by using Twitter to share Berry with her new Storm hairstyle.
When Days of Future Past really ramps up, we’re probably going to see a lot more teaser images coming from Marvel, 20th Century Fox, and of course director Bryan Singer. Singer tweeted a look at Professor Xavier’s wheelchairs from the current time period, and the future!
Previous X-Men actors will reprise their past roles in Brian Singer’s Days of Future Past upcoming film the director confirmed in a tweet today. Who are the X-Men alum to join the cast? It won’t hurt your pride to take the jump.
I didn’t even know Bryan Singer was working on this flick, and now that the first trailer has arrived, I can’t wait for Jack the Giant Killer to hit theaters in June.
In what may be a good case of jumping the gun, X-Men: First Class producer Bryan Singer let spill over at Total Film that plans are in the works for two sequels set in the ’70s and ’80s.
“That’s an idea that’s been discussed,” admits producer Bryan Singer. “How the characters go through time. But only to a point – they can’t age too fast!”
I kind of agree, let’s not put the cart before the horse here, and let’s see how good the first move is before we look down the road to a trilogy.
Bryan Singer came out and said he’s still interested in making another X-Men movie for 20th Century Fox.
“I’m still looking to possibly returning to the ‘X-Men’ franchise. I’ve been talking to Fox about it,” Singer said at a talk at South Korea’s Pusan International Film Festival.
“I love Hugh Jackman. I love the cast,” he said, referring to the Australian actor who plays Wolverine.
After X2: X-Men United, and his subsequent jump over to Warner Bros. for Superman Returns, it might be hard for Singer to get back in the X-Men universe’s good graces.
The Hollywood Reporter is circulating news that BrYan Singer has been tapped by Universal Pictures to produce and direct the big screen adaptation of Battlestar Galactica.Â Thanks to a power outage, and a two-year-old who fills up the TiVo with crap children’s programming, I’ve not had a chance to watch the final four episodes of the series, so I have no idea if Singer jumping on board for a movie franchise is a good idea or not.
There is no script for the new “Galactica,” though insiders have said the feature is to be a complete reimaginging and will stand separately.
If it does stand separately, it’s going to be a really strange movie, as I doubt audiences will be interested in yet another interpretation of the Galactica series, especially when the large fan base has a huge love-on for the just wrapped series. Since it is Friday, what say you Major Spoilerites?Â Do you have any interest in seeing a movie redux of Galactica Returns?
We reviewed Radical Publishing’s Freedom Formula: Ghost of the Wasteland comic book (3.5 out of 5 Stars) a while ago, and today, New Regency announces it has acquired the property for a potential directing gig for Bryan Singer.
The comicbook has a futuristic premise in which fighter jets have been replaced by pilots who battle in racing exo-suits. The protag is a genetically engineered racer who learns his bloodline has the power to change society.
Singer’s Bad Hat Harry Prods. and Barry Levine’s Radical Pictures are producing.Â Â If you like Mecha stories set in a dystopian future, mixed with pretty girls and lots of action, then Freedom Formula is going to be right up your alley.Â No release date or production start date has been announced.
When pressed if heâ€™s been involved with in any discussions with Warner Bros., Singer rather cryptically answered, â€œI am not officially involved in the talk, no. I have relationships with Warner Bros. and with the character and, and, and itâ€™s just the way things work out.â€
- Bryan Singer on his involvement with a new Superman movie.
So what are your thoughts?Â Are you happy or upset that Singer may not be involved in the next Superman movie?
Bryan Singer’s Bad Hat Harry Productions has made several plays in the comic book marketplace, first snagging up Rob Liefeld’s Capeshooters, and now Radical Publishing’s Freedom Formula by Edmund Shern.
Freedom Formula is a five-issue mini-series that is very mecha-esque with exo-suits replacing fighter jets, and the racer who learns his bloodline has the power to change society.Â Like Capeshooters, Singer will only produce this flick through his production company.
For Radicial, this is another feather in the cap of a week of major movie announcements.Â With the hype over Freedom Formula, the company told Variety that it has plans to expand the comic book into interactive games and anime.
In “Capeshooters,” two slackers become paparazzi who specialize in shooting covert videos of superheroes find themselves on the run after they stumble onto evidence that a revered superhero is actually a villain.
Seems like an interesting take, although it does seem like that premise has been done before.Â Bryan Singer’s Bad Hat Harry Productions will produce the adaptation, however while this looks like a films rights deal, BHH produces a lot of television series, so it wouldn’t surprise me if this landed on the WB small screen in series form.