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Director Bryan Singer Takes Aim at Upcoming Esquire Piece Calling it 'False'

Queen Latifah Declines Award, Citing 'Personal Reasons'

Director Bryan Singer is getting ahead of an upcoming Esquire piece that the filmmaker says will be negative and is a "reckless disregard for the truth."

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Director Bryan Singer Takes Aim at Upcoming Esquire Piece Calling it 'False'

Director Bryan Singer Takes Aim at Upcoming Esquire Piece Calling it 'False'

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Director Bryan Singer is getting ahead of an upcoming Esquire piece that the filmmaker says will be negative and is a "reckless disregard for the truth."

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