UPDATE: Broken link fixed.
Apparently Bryan Singer is on the cusp of directing a Battlestar Galactica movie. That doesn't seem terribly noteworthy, since the show just ended -- except that the movie, by all reports, won't have anything to do with the recently completed show! Instead it will draw upon the original material for the 1978 Glen A. Larson show.
So a show that was on thirty years ago, and was already rebooted into a very successful show that ran for several years, will now be rebooted again into a movie franchise. Huh?!
Look, I like Bryan Singer, actually. I didn't care for The Usual Suspects, but everything I've seen since then by Singer has been pretty good. (And yes, I include Superman Returns.) And I'm all for explodey-spaceshippy space opera goodness on the big screen. But this "rebooting" craze has to hit a wall at some point, doesn't it? Isn't there any impetus anymore to come up with something new?