The actor who once played Superman shared that director Bryan Singer is a difficult person to work with. Brandon Routh says that Bryan Singer was a difficult person to work with. The histrion that embodied Superman on the big screen and recently on television, shared his feelings about working with the director.
In recent days Rous*xualth shared how difficult it was for him to leave the Superman character, as well as the expectation of a sequel. Now, he referred to the director attitude that started the X-Men saga and what he has to tell is not praise.
In the delivery of the Inside of You podcast hosted by Michael Rosenbaum, who spoke about how difficult it was to face the failure of Superman Returns, the host asked him about his experience working with Singer.
Routh responded that although he always had a good deal with him, he had witnessed the difficult and uneducated treatment he had with others.
Routh’s statement joins a long list of positive comments for the director, who in 2017 was fired by FOX as director of Bohemian Rhapsody, even though he already had a large part of the film completed. In recent years, Singer has been involved in scandals of s*xual abuse and inappropriate behavior.
At the beginning of the year 2019, the director faced a report published by The Atlantic where he was accused of s*xually abusing four men while they were still minors.
However, since the 1990s, the director of Jack the Giant Slayer has also received demands from various people who have ensured that the director has had inappropriate s*xual behavior with them.
Also, the actors with whom he has worked, have expressed their comments on the director. Such is the example of Shopie Turner and Rami Malek, who assured that working with Singer was not such a pleasant experience.
On the other hand, despite the failure of Superman Returns, Brandon Routh managed to return to the superhero character in the television crossover Crisis on Infinite Earths, with good results and positive comments from fans asking to see more of him as the Kryptonian.