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Battlestar Galactica set for big screen reboot
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Battlestar Galactica set for big screen reboot

Battlestar Galactica is set for a big-screen reboot. 

According to the Hollywood Reporter, producer Michael De Luca, the man who helped bring huge movies like Fifty Shades Of Grey and Dracula Untold to the big screen, is attached and is currently setting up the project. 

Battlestar Galactica was hugely successful during its run on TV for four seasons between 2004 and 2009 and has long been eyed for a movie franchise. 

X-Men director Bryan Singer had been attached to the project at one point, but is now not involved. There is currently no director or star attached to the project. 

The series told the story of a group of human survivors from a ruined civilisation who are on the hunt for a mythical planet named Earth all the while avoiding the attentions of the Cylons, an alien race who wipe out planets and have designs on ending humanity. 

You can check out the entire Battlestar Galactica TV series in our online store by clicking on the right-hand side of the page. 

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