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The Wolverine (2013) - Movie Review

The Wolverine ranks among the better X-Men movies – along with Bryan Singer’s first two installments and Matthew Vaughn’s X-Men: First Class.

The Wolverine picks up with the semi-immortal mutant Logan (Hugh Jackman) looking particularly disheveled, after having spent an unspecified amount of time in self-imposed exile in the Canadian wilderness (following the events of  1,023 more words

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Movies that were supposed to launch franchises (but didn’t): Jack the Giant Slayer

Bryan Singer’s Jack the Giant Slayer was supposed to do a lot of things.  For one thing, it was supposed to be the director’s big comeback after back-to-back box office disappointments.  1,085 more words


Villains Marvel Really Screwed Up, Pt. 2

Sabretooth – A fellow mutant member of the Weapon X program, Sabretooth is Wolverine’s foil who completely embraces his animal side, while Logan tries to supress it. 699 more words


Public Access (1993)

2017 #130
Bryan Singer | 86 mins | DVD | 16:9 | USA / English | 18 / R

This is the feature debut of director Bryan Singer, screenwriter Christopher McQuarrie, and Singer’s regular editor/composer John Ottman, who would go on to make their names two years later when they created… 492 more words


'X-Men's Lauren Shuler Donner Doesn't Mince Words About Bryan Singer, Brett Ratner, And More

Pictured: Richard Donner and Lauren Shuler Donner

Lauren Shuler Donner produced every X-Men movie — including Deadpool, which she insisted had to be “violent, and outrageous, and funny” 314 more words

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Milius (2013)

Plot: Often mentioned among the best screenwriters in cinema history, John Milius is just as well known for his larger than life persona and outspoken demeanor as his remarkable scripts. 511 more words

Bryan Singer Removed as Executive Producer for FX's 'Legion'

American writer, director, producer, actor, and founder of Bad Hat Harry Productions, Bryan Singer has officially been removed as an executive producer for the FX show,  258 more words