'Battlestar Galactica' film begins coming collectively
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There has lengthy been speak of a Battlestar Galactica film (supposedly way back to 1999), however it appears just like the flick is turning into greater than only a bunch of whispers. Common has signed on properly-recognized producers Dylan Clark (Rise of the Planet of the Apes), Michael De Luca (The Social Community) and Scott Stuber (Ted) to helm an enormous-display model of the humanity-versus-Cylon wrestle. The X-Males collection’ Bryan Singer is reportedly concerned as an government producer, nevertheless it’s not sure that he’ll direct.
The credentials recommend that this is a vital venture for Common, however whether or not or not it succeeds is up within the air. The fan-favourite Battlestar reboot ended its TV run 7 years in the past, and comply with-ups like Blood & Chrome and Caprica weren’t big hits. Will that viewers come again for a film, particularly if the manufacturing shares little in widespread with Ronald Moore’s gritty tackle the sci-fi universe? We would not rule it out, however do not be stunned if Adama, Starbuck and crew aren’t the identical as you keep in mind them.