Bryan Singer's Red Sonja remake shelved in wake of sexual misconduct claims

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Reboot of 1980s sword-and-sorcery thriller on hold following allegations against the director A remake of the 1985 movie Red Sonja with Bryan Singer as director has been put on hold by its producers , in the wake of underage sex allegations against Singer. Singer had been signed in September 2018 to direct a new version of the 1985 sword-and-sorcery yarn that starred Brigitte Nielsen and Arnold Schwarzenegger, with a rumoured $10m (£7.77m) fee for Singer – even though he had been fired from the Queen and Freddie Mercury biopic Bohemian Rhapsody in December 2017 . Continue reading... …

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