Bryan Singer’s filmography, which includes four entries in the X-Men series, suffered a knock after the director was dismissed off the production of Bohemian Rhapsody for acting erratically on the site.
It grew worse when he was accused of sexually abusing four males under the age of 18, and ever since then, he has become a forgotten face in the post-#MeToo Hollywood landscape.
The allegations of sexual assault against the director stretch back to 1997, when two young boys, aged 14 and 17, filed a civil action saying they were made to strip nude for a scene.
Bryan Singer’s next documentary will deal with allegations of sexual assault.
They said that the director sexually assaulted them in some way. Two more young actors made comparable accusations in separate civil proceedings, both of which were eventually resolved for an amount that was not made public.
According to the website for the entertainment business Variety, he is currently considering making a comeback to the profession by producing a documentary about “his struggles” that he will fund privately.
Singer intends to respond to the claims that he engaged in inappropriate sexual behavior with this. When asked about this project, a seasoned documentary filmmaker said, “Well, at least we know it will be fair and balanced.” Variety reported this revelation.
Bryan is also working on a documentary on the LGBT activist and Olympic gold winner Greg Louganis, who overcame obstacles to become successful. Louganis won gold medals at the 1984 and 1988 Summer Games.