The upcoming Battlestar Galactica movie has brought in some new producers.
The Tracking Board and The Hollywood Reporter have word that Fifty Shades of Grey’s Michael De Luca, Ted’s Scott Stuber and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’ Dylan Clark will produce the big screen relaunch of the beloved franchise.
This latest Battlestar Galactica effort is just one of several attempts to get the property to cinema screens over the last few years. Bryan Singer was set to helm a Battlestar feature a few years ago, but that ultimately fell apart. Following that, Transcendence’s Jack Paglen actually completed a draft script for such a film. Again, nothing came of that.
Battlestar Galactica, created by Glen A. Larson, debuted way back in 1978, with the iconic TV series spawning Galactica: 1980 a couple of years later before then getting a hugely well-received 2004 television reboot. Since then, 2010 saw Caprica hit the small screen before the Blood & Chrome webseries arrived in 2012.
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