In June of 2019, Byron Burton's unproduced X-MEN BEAST spinoff script was released following the Fox Disney Merger and release of the film X-film Dark Phoenix.
Supported by Oscar winner John Ottman, the project was pitched to Fox, who referred it to Kinberg. VICE gave the script an incredibly positive review, "Apparently Kinberg... passed on a potential X-Men movie that might have actually pulled the franchise out of its nosedive."
"If you're an X-Men fan harboring any notions of seeing Dark Phoenix, Save your money and read Fear the Beast instead. You're welcome in advance."
In February of 2019, Byron moderated the ArcLight Cinemas' "Hitting the High Note" Oscar Nominated Composer Series with Marc Shaiman -- a dual Oscar Nominee for the Songs and Score of Mary Poppins Returns.
In 2018, Byron hosted over a dozen panels and events including panels at the world Famous San Diego Comic Con and Los Angeles Comic Con.
The panels featured Emmy winning composers, sound designers, and sound mixers as well as Oscar winning and Emmy winning producers, actors and directors.
For the 25th Anniversary of Batman: The Animated Series, Byron reunited and moderated a panel featuring the show's Emmy Winning Voice Director and Lead Actors.
In March of 2018, he organized and hosted the One Night Only Celebration of Star Wars and Indiana Jones Artist Drew Struzan: 50 Years of Art in the Movies.
His animated series, The Gang's All Here, was announced on November 30th 2017 via The Hollywood Reporter and is currently in development. The story was picked up by over a dozen outlets including IMDB, Collider, Den of Geek, CinemaBlend, BleedingCool, and IO9 Gizmodo.
In June of 2017, Byron reunited the entire cast and crew of Batman Returns for an in depth interview on the film's 25th Anniversary . Michael Keaton, Michelle Pfeiffer, Danny DeVito, Christopher Walken, Tim Burton, Danny Elfman, and Daniel Waters discussed script changes, musical inspirations, the commercialization of the superhero genre, and their aggressive penguin costars. The article was the lead story on Yahoo's homepage for 36 hours and was featured on over two dozen sites.
Byron wrote "Rest Young Child" for Michael Fassbender's Magneto in 20th Century Fox's X-Men Apocalypse (2016).