Bryan Singer’s Ultimate Twink Bash




By Logan McRay


The director of the recently released Freddie Mercury biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody” is still being hired for million-dollar movie projects despite a troubled history that includes claims of a chaotic work atmosphere and coked-out twink parades on and off the set of his movies.


A 2017 article from online magazine Indiewire gives a rundown of allegations against Singer and his preferred hobbies:


Openly gay director Roland Emmerich, of the “Independence Day” franchise, told The Advocate that he and Singer traditionally hosted scores of “twinks” at a Pride weekend party each June. However, the last one in 2009 drew about 1,200 guests. Emmerich had enough, and suggested they limit attendance to 400. “You know what Bryan said? ‘You want to make it that exclusive?’ I said, ‘Are you kidding me?’ But then I kind of realized when [Singer] makes a New Year’s party, there’s like 600, 700 twinks running around.”


Despite not making a decent movie since 1995’s “The Usual Suspects” (with fellow twink enthusiast Kevin Spacey), Singer continues to work regularly in Hollywood making X-Men movies and is rumored to be directing an adaptation of “Red Sonja.” An upcoming piece in Esquire magazine is said to further explore allegations against Singer.


The 2014 documentary “An Open Secret” put a spotlight on Singer’s alleged disturbing behavior, only to be essentially swept under the amyl nitrite stained rug. One can only wonder what kind of secrets Singer holds, and the other players involved, to have this kind of sway in Hollywood.


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Sources:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/An_Open_Secret

https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/bryan-singer-pitches-red-sonja-film-at-afm-1157343

https://www.indiewire.com/2017/12/bryan-singer-sexual-assault-rape-allegations-timeline-1201903868/2

https://variety.com/2018/film/news/bryan-singer-esquire-sexual-abuse-1202980179

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