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Bryan Singer Plans Creature at Bay

Source:   Syfy
September 20, 2013


Syfy is teaming up with Bryan Singer (X-Men: Days of Future Past) and his Bad Hat Harry Productions to develop a 90-minute pilot script titled "Creature at Bay." Singer and Bad Hat's Jason Taylor will Executive Produce and Creator/Writer John Cabrera will be Co-Executive Producer. The project is from Universal Cable Productions.

In the wake of the US military taking down a giant, rampant creature - a modern-day "Kaiju" monster - 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.

John Cabrera gained notoriety by co-creating and co-writing the award winning sci-fi digital series "H+" for Warner Brothers, also produced by Bryan Singer, which premiered on YouTube in 2012. The popular series is currently in pre-production on its second season.

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