Singer, who was until this week attached to the Freddie Mercury biopic, has denied allegations that he assaulted a 17 year old boy on board a yacht in 2003.
Director Bryan Singer has denied allegations of sexual assault against a 17 year old boy detailed in a new lawsuit.
This latest revelation comes less than a week after Singer was fired by Fox from his role as director of the much-anticipated Freddie Mercury and Queen biopic, Bohemian Rhapsody.
A man named Cesar Sanchez-Guzman alleged in court documents filed earlier this week and obtained by Deadline that he was sexually assaulted during a yacht party back in 2003 by Singer, the director of the recent X-Men film series and the likes of Superman Returns and Valkyrie.
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The new director will complete principal photography on the project next week.
A replacement has now been found for Bryan Singer after he was axed from the 'Bohemian Rhapsody' project, with Dexter Fletcher stepping into his shoes. Filming is expected to resume next week, just days after Bryan was let go for his unreliability and frequent absences.
Dexter Fletcher at the ITV Studios
51-year-old Dexter will be directing the forthcoming Freddie Mercury biopic starring Rami Malek, after Bryan Singer was fired for neglecting the project while he tried to care for a sick parent. The new director certainly has less experience in the job, but there's every reason he'll do it justice.
Continue reading: Bryan Singer Replaced By Dexter Fletcher On 'Bohemian Rhapsody'
He had been absent over personal matters in recent weeks.
The future of Freddie Mercury biopic 'Bohemian Rhapsody' is up in the air as it's revealed that director Bryan Singer has left the project. He revealed in a statement that his termination was the result of his not being given the time to care for a sick relative.
Bryan Singer on the set of 'Bohemian Rhapsody'
After Fox revealed yesterday (December 4th 2017) that the filmmaker was no longer a part of the film only days after they announced that filming had been halted, Bryan Singer has hit back with a claim through his attorney Andrew B. Brettler suggesting that the producers were unsympathetic towards his circumstances.
Continue reading: Bryan Singer Slams Fox For Firing Him From Freddie Mercury Biopic
The new Marvel TV series will introduce viewers to a roster of mutant characters.
With Bryan Singer on board as director, new Marvel series 'The Gifted' will come to FOX later this year and promises to be an exciting and compelling ride, introducing viewers to a whole new selection of mutants (but NOT X-Men!) that face the biggest fight of their lives in the battle for their survival. You can check out the first official trailer for the series below:
Following suburban couple Reed and Caitlin Strucker (Stephen Moyer and Amy Acker), the series will show how their once ordinary lives will be flipped upside down when they discover their children possess a selection of extraordinary mutant powers. Forced to protect them by any means necessary from a government who would lock them up, the family team with an underground mutant network in a bid to survive.
Continue reading: See First Official Trailer For FOX Marvel Series 'The Gifted'
Ben Hardy could be lining up against Jennifer Lawrence, Michael Fassbender and James McAvoy.
Eastenders star Ben Hardy, best known as Ian Beale's son Peter, is in talks for an as-yet-undisclosed role in Bryan Singer's X-Men: Apocalypse, according to The Wrap. Representatives for 20th Century Fox or Hardy did not immediately respond though discussions are believed to be at an advanced stage.
Ben Hardy has been in talks for an important role in X-Men: Apocalypse
Should he land the part, Hardy would join some of the world's biggest movie stars including Jennifer Lawrence, Michael Fassbender, Nicholas Hoult and James McAvoy. Oscar Isaac will play the film's titular villain while Rose Byrne will reprise her role as Moira MacTaggert.
Continue reading: Wait, Is Peter Beale Starring In 'X-Men: Apocalypse'?
Oscar Isaac will now play prominent roles in the X-Men and Star Wars franchises.
Oscar Isaac, the actor who rose to prominence after strong showings in Drive and Inside Llewyn Davis, will play the primary villain in Bryan Singer's X-Men: Apocalypse - the next instalment in Fox's long-running Marvel Comics franchise.
Oscar Isaac has been cast as the villain in X-Men: Apocalpyse. He looks like a villain. So that's good.
Given the May 27, 2016 release date, the casting now means Isaac will appear in two blockbuster franchises in quick succession. He is due to appear in J.J Abrams hugely anticipated Star Wars: The Force Awakens - the first trailer for which hits this Friday (November 28, 2014).
Continue reading: Oscar Isaac Cast As Chief Villain In 'X-Men: Apocalypse'
Michael Egan has dropped his legal case against Bryan Singer though he will be free to re-file "without prejudice".
Michael Egan, the man who claimed he was sexually abused by the X-Men film director Bryan Singer, has dropped his legal action against the filmmaer. A judge in Honolulu granted Egan's petition to have the case dismissed without prejudice, allowing him to re-file at a later date.
Bryan Singer will no doubt be relieved at Michael Egan has dropped his case after an exhaustive year [Getty/Charley Gallay]
This was against the wishes of Singer, who requested to have the case dismissed with prejudice and to make Egan pay his legal costs.
Continue reading: Man Who Accused Bryan Singer Of Sexual Abuse Drops Legal Action
Bryan Singer's legal representatives are hoping to have the second sexual abuse suit against him dismissed. The case alleges Singer and another Hollywood executive sexually assaulted an unnamed British man.
Bryan Singer has filed for the case to be dismissed.
The case was filed in May by lawyer Jeffrey Herman but Singer's representatives have asked for the L.A. court to dismiss the case as there is no legal basis for the suit. Singer has also requested a $300,000 bond to cover his legal fees, as THR reports.
Continue reading: Bryan Singer Asks Court To Dismiss British 'John Doe' Sexual Abuse Case
Bryan Singer's lawyers are filing for a dismissal for a case which accuses the X-Men director of sexual harassment. The case was filed by lawyer Jeffrey Herman on behalf of 'John Doe 117' in May, a month after Michael Egan filed a case also alleging Singer sexually assaulted him.
After months of allegations and legal proceedings, Bryan Singer has filed a motion to have the second sexual abuse case against him dismissed. Singer is hoping for a dismissal as his lawyers claim there is no legal basis for the suit, as Variety reports.
Bryan Singer has filed for dismissal for the second sexual abuse case.
In May an unnamed British man - named John Doe 117 in the suit -came forward and accused Singer of assault. The man in question was represented by the same Lawyer, Jeffrey Herman, who was representing Michael Egan. Egan had also filed a suit against Singer, accusing him of assault in Hawaii in the late 1990s.
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Garth Ancier is countersuing Michael Egan over abuse claims.
Garth Ancier, the Hollywood television executive who was accused of sexual abuse in the late 1980's, is countersuing a former teenage actor who dropped the lawsuit two days ago. Ancier, who worked for Fox and NBC, is suing Michael Egan and his attorneys Jeff Herman and Michael Gallagher, alleging abuse of process.
Garth Ancier and Bryan Singer [Above] were accused of the claims
Ancier was among three other Hollywood executives including director Bryan Singer who was accused of sexually abusing Michael Egan when he was an aspiring actor. All four denied the claims and filed motions to dismiss.
Continue reading: Garth Ancier Counter Sues Michael Egan Over Sexual Abuse Claims
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