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Director Bryan Singer has donated $5 million to the USC School of Cinematic Arts, the university announced Thursday.  The Sca's Division of Critical Studies, which offers courses in media and business, will now bear the name of the Usual Suspects and X-Men director. Singer, who is an alumnus of the school, said that he was grateful to be able give back to the university.  Story: 'X-Men's' Bryan Singer Prepping 'Twilight Zone' Reboot "In a way, I began my career in the Division of Critical Studies at USC," said Singer in a news release. "Watching great

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