You've heard the one about leaping tall buildings in a single bound, right? Well, Warner Bros. and DC Comics have done exactly that -- or at least come tremendously close -- in Man Of Steel, the big-screen Superman reboot from director Zack Snyder.
David S. Goyer
Evidently satisfied with advanced reviews and very favorable box office tracking, Warner Bros. have reportedly pulled the trigger on the sequel to Man of Steel before the movie even opens in the US this weekend.
David S. Goyer, the screenwriter who has emerged as Warner Bros.' go-to guy for DC Comics adaptations, with credits including all three of Christopher Nolan's Batman movies and the new Superman film Man of Steel, answered an eager fan's question about why Wonder Woman hasn't made the jump to the big screen in a Thursday "Ask Me Anything" thread on Reddit. Regarding moving her to film as oppos
Though the Christopher Nolan Batman movies were "deliberately and smartly positioned as a stand-alone," DC's new Superman movie, Man of Steel, is meant to open up a wide DC movie universe similar to the one Marvel started with Iron Man, Jeff Robinov, president of Warner Bros. Pictures Group, told Entertainment Week
Geoff Johns is quite possibly the single most successful superhero comics writer in the business today, with an almost alchemical ability to transform any struggling franchise or character into a top-tier title ripe for spinoffs and multimedia exploitation. It's a feat the
One of the best comic book series of recent memory -- perhaps ever -- is coming to premium cable television courtesy of the writer of the most popular comic book movie we've yet seen. David Goyer, co-writer of Batman Begins, The Dark Knight and the forthcoming The Dark Knight Rises is developing a new Showtime television series baed on 100 Bullets, the hugely acclaimed Vertigo comic book created by Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso.
Remember the feeling you had when you read that Ally McBeal creator David E. Kelley was creating a television series based on Wonder W