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Bryan Singer’s Traumatic ‘X-Men’ Set: The Movie “Created a Monster”

Not long after, Fox production executive Peter Rice approached Singer to direct X-Men, even though the director was unfamiliar with the comics.
According to the suit, Burton also was an employee of DEN during that time frame.
GLAAD, for one, now looks at X-Men and Singer’s films through a different prism.
We hope that those cast- and crewmembers will continueto fight to tell LGBTQ stories in Hollywood on projects with other directors.”Ultimately, for many involved with X-Men, Singer’s eventual implosion began on that set — a casualty of his unprofessionalism.
Or walk off the set or shut down production,” says Shuler Donner, who declined to attend the X-Men premiere out of frustration.

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