"X Men" director Bryan Singer will develop, executive produce and possibly direct the new take on Rod Serling's "Twilight Zone"
Bryan Singer is about to enter "The Twilight Zone."
The "X-Men" director is working on a reboot of Rod Serling's television series with CBS Television Studios, a spokeswoman for CBS Television Studios told TheWrap. Singer will develop and executive-produce the project, and could direct.
The project is currently in the very early stages.
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The original "Twilight Zone" ran on CBS from 1959 to 1964, and the network revived the series in the 1980s. Most recently, the UPN ran a revival of the series, with Forest Whitaker hosting. That version, which launched in 2002, lasted one season.
Singer was also involved in the revival of another classic television series earlier this year, with NBC's "The Munsters" revamp, dubbed "Mockingbird Lane." Initially conceived as a series, "Mockingbird Lane" aired as a Halloween special for the network.