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Bryan Singer

Bryan Jay Singer is an American film director, screenwriter and producer. He is known for his work on The Usual Suspects, X-Men films and Superman Returns. Bryan Singer directed several prominent films including Apt Pupil, Valkyrie and Jack the Giant Slayer.


Bryan Singer's big-budgeted movie "X-Men: Days of Future Past" is set to be released in May by 20th Century Fox. The movie is said to be the comeback film of Singer.

Controversies and Allegations

Bryan Singer was alleged to drugging and raping an underage boy in Los Angeles and Hawaii more than 14 years ago. A federal lawsuit was filed in the U.S. District Court in Hawaii by Michael Egan. According to the suit filed by Egan, a one-time aspiring actor, Bryan Singer provided him with drugs and alcohol and raped him in 1999. April 17, 2014

Matthew Smith, a former disney star came to Bryan Singer's rescue saying that the "X-Men" director could have raped him plent of times, but never did. Matthew said that he and Bryan Singer grew close over two years after they met in 2007. They were alone several times and even flew together on a private jet. Apr 19, 2014

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