Knowledge Identifier: +Bryan_Singer
He instead based "Returns" on his love of the 1978 film made by Richard Donner
He attended West Windsor-Plainsboro High School South , graduating in 1984
Alien: Resurrection - In 1995, after the release of "The Usual Suspects", 20th Century Fox approached Bryan Singer to direct
The Usual Suspects - "'The Usual Suspects"' is a 1995 American neo-noir film directed by Bryan Singer and written by Christopher McQuarrie
Jane Hamsher - Subsequently, Hamsher and Murphy co-produced two 1998 films, Brandon Boyce's screen adaptation "Apt Pupil", from the Stephen King "novella", directed by Bryan Singer and starring Ian McKellen, Brad Renfro, and David Schwimmer, and "Permanent Midnight", adapted by Jerry Stahl and David Veloz from Stahl's autobiographical novel and starring Ben Stiller, Maria Bello, and Elizabeth Hurley; and the 2001 thriller "From Hell", based on Terry Hayes and Rafael Yglesias' adaptation of the graphic novel "From Hell", by Alan Moore and
Hugh Jackman - In 1999, Jackman was cast as Wolverine in Bryan Singer's "X-Men" , replacing Dougray Scott
In 2002, having learned that Singer was a lifelong "Star Trek" fan, Patrick Stewart arranged for Singer to visit the set of "Star Trek Nemesis" and appear in the finished film as a Starfleet officer on the bridge of the "Enterprise"
Aaron Stanford - Director Bryan Singer was impressed with Stanford's performance in "Tadpole", and cast him as Pyro in the 2003 blockbuster "X2", a sequel to "X-Men"
X2 (film) - The Second Uncanny Issue of "X-Men": Making "X2", 2003, 20th Century Fox Bryan Singer researched various storylines of the "X-Men" comic book series
"Superman Returns" was filmed in Australia in 2005, and was released on June 28, 2006
In late 2006, screenwriter Christopher McQuarrie presented to Singer a story that took place in World War II, "Valkyrie"
John Williams - In 2006, "Superman Returns" was completed under Bryan Singer's direction, best known for directing the first two films in the "X-Men" series
Superman Returns - "'Superman Returns"' is a 2006 American superhero film directed and produced by Bryan Singer
Jack Larson - He and his co-star Noel Neill provided commentary on several "Adventures of Superman" episodes for the January 2006 DVD release of the 1953 season, and in 2006, he appears in Bryan Singer's film "Superman Returns" in a cameo role as "Bo the Bartender"; it was rumored prior to the film's release that his role would actually be Suicide Slum resident and Superman fan, Bibbo Bibbowski, a supporting character from the modern Superman comics
Superman Returns - On May 3, 2009, almost three years after the debut of "Superman Returns", the Academy *award winning filmmaker and screenwriter Quentin Tarantino declared his appreciation for Bryan Singer's directorial work on "Superman Returns" and that he would write a 20-page review about "Superman Returns"
X-Men: First Class - Fox later approached Bryan Singer, director of "X-Men" and "X2", in October 2009
The Dark Knight Rises - Shortly before Christmas of 2011, Christopher Nolan invited several prominent directors, including Edgar Wright, Michael Bay, Bryan Singer, Jon_Favreau, Eli Roth, Duncan Jones and Stephen Daldry, to Universal CityWalk's & IMAX theatre for a private screening of the first six minutes of "The Dark Knight Rises", which had been shot on IMAX film and edited from the original camera negative
Ian McShane - In March 2011, McShane was cast to play King Brahmwell in Bryan Singer's "Jack the Giant Slayer"
Ian McShane - In 2013, McShane played King Brahmwell in Bryan Singer's "Jack the Giant Slayer"
Toby Regbo - In 2013, Regbo played John in drama-thriller film uwantme2killhim- directed by Andrew Douglas and produced by Bryan Singer
Michelle Clunie - In October 2014, it was confirmed that Clunie was expecting a child with film director, producer and screenwriter Bryan Singer
In November 2016, it was announced that Singer would direct in the upcoming Queen biopic, "Bohemian Rhapsody"
On June 12, 2018, despite this, Singer will still get directorial credit due to a Directors Guild of America ruling that only a sole director can receive credit