Bryan Singer Floating Doc who will face sexual misconduct allegations

Bryan Singer Floating Doc who will face sexual misconduct allegations

Bryan Singer is planning a documentary that addresses the sexual misconduct allegations against him and also chronicles his attempt to return to film years after an implosion in his career. Documentary sources say so The Hollywood Reporter that the project launched into the world of non-fiction, with Variety reporting that the disgraced director is self-financing the venture.

The singer has stayed out of the Hollywood spotlight after a 2019 complaint The Atlantic. The piece included claims by four of Singer’s accusers that included sexual encounters, including one allegation of rape, with teenage boys. (In 2019, Singer settled a 2017 lawsuit filed by Cesar Sanchez-Guzman who claimed the director sexually assaulted him at a 2003 party in Seattle. Singer has denied all allegations of abuse and misconduct.)

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Before exposure in The AtlanticSinger was set to direct the remake of the 80s action film Sonya Red but was later dropped from the project following the release of the report. In 2017, he was replaced as director of the Queen musical biopic Bohemian Rhapsody after the absences reported by the set. He was dropped by his agency, WME.

After first exploding with indie Sundance Public access (1993), Singer cemented his status as an up-and-coming director with the second film Usual suspects (1995), which earned star Kevin Spacey an Academy Award. Singer has long been considered an architect of the X-Men franchise, having directed the original 2000 film and the 2003 sequel, X2: X-Men Unitedas well as X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014) e X-Men: Apocalypse (2016). His other directing credits include Superman returns (2006) and Tom Cruise’s WWII historical thriller Valkyrie (2008). His Bad Hat Harry production banner was behind the long-running series Homeand, as well as different X-Men movie.