If you liked what Guillermo del Toro’s Pacific Rim brought to the big screen this summer, then you might want to tune in to Syfy to see what Bryan Singer is cooking up. The X-Men: Days of Future Past helmer is developing the drama series project, Creature at Bay, by way of a 90-minute pilot script. “Set in the wake of the U.S. military taking down a giant, rampant creature just off the Northern California coast, a middle-management Undersecretary from the California Emergency Management Agency is charged with leading the clean-up efforts as the small town becomes the focus of the entire world.” Here’s hoping Charlie Day gets that role!
Hit the jump to check out a new image from X-Men: Days of Future Past tweeted by Singer from the editing room earlier today.
News on Singer’s Syfy project Creature at Bay comes via Deadline. Here’s Singer’s X-Men tweet and image:
Bryan Singer @BryanSinger
Back in the cutting room! #XMen#DaysOfFuturePastpic.twitter.com/040Uzh79i5
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