A Battlestar Galactica feature, based on the 1978 Glen Larson TV series, is in the works at Universal with HBO’s Westworld writer and exec producer Lisa Joy writing, according to Deadline.  Francis Lawrence, who directed three of the Hunger Games films, is "circling the movie" to direct, according to the report.

New producers came onto the project in February: Scott Stuber and Dylan Clark of Bluegrass Films, and Michael De Luca of Michael De Luca Productions.

It appears that Bryan Singer, who had the project in development for over a decade, has finally moved on.  Last we heard, back in 2011, John Orloff was coming on to write (see "Singer's 'Battlestar' Moving Ahead"); Singer had been involved with the property since 2001 (see "'X-Men' Helmer Spaces Out").

Dynamite Entertainment has comics (see "New 'Battlestar Galactica' Series"); Fantasy Flight Games has games.