Battlestar Galactica Creator Ronald D Moore

Published 8 years ago by , Updated March 9th, 2013 at 1:37 pm,

Seeing as how I can’t let Vic have all the fun posting, here’s something to look forward to:

0000moore ronald d Battlestar Galactica Creator Ronald D Moore
Battlestar Galactica” (BSG) creator Ronald D. Moore will remain with NBC as he just signed a two-year, seven-figure (NICE!) deal with Universal Media Studios.

He is staying with BSG through to it’s end, and is working on new projects as we speak. His mainstream work has always captured my sense of “impending dread” as I find myself engrossed in the darkness that he brings to the screen in BSG. I enjoy being depressed when it’s not my own life that’s depressing me!

In case you’re wondering what else he’s done, he got his start on “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” then Moore moved on to “ST: Deep Space Nine,” “Roswell” and “Carnivale.”

Moore will continue his feature work, which includes the sequel to “I, Robot” for 20th Century Fox and a new take on “The Thing” at Universal Media Studios.

Source: Variety

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  1. Moore working on a remake of “The Thing” may actually make it a movie worth watching. BTW, did you know that he went over to “Star Trek: Voyager” after DS9 and was so disgusted with the staff writers’ approach to that show that he quit almost immediately?

    Further verification that Voyager stank.


  2. Glen A. Larson is the creator. Ron Moore is the re-creator.


  3. C’mon, both Things are classics! And if we get three great films based on the same story (like with Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde), then that’s even better!

  4. I’ve been dying for a remake of “The Thing” but how do you equal or top the previous efforts? a real challenge to be sure! Maybe what I really want is a sequel.