Hollywood has been trying to channel the power of Grayskull for years now. Several filmmakers have attempted to bring He-Man and the Masters of the Universe back to the big screen, but nothing has stuck. Now, the latest incarnation has prolific superhero movie screenwriter David S. Goyer on board and a 2019 release…
Syfy’s Superman prequel TV show Krypton continues to be a thing which creeps toward actually getting made. The newest lurch forward comes courtesy of newcomer Cameron Cuffe, who’s been cast as Superman’s grandfather, Seg-El, the star of the series.
Admittedly, Darth Vader rarely looks happy—probably something to with the mask—but there’s something extra ominous about the way he slowly turns and ignites his lightsaber in this quick teaser video for ILMxLAB’s upcoming VR project.
Amidst all the other news at Star Wars Celebration Europe yesterday was the discovery that David Goyer, writer of pretty much all of DC movies made this century, will also write something starring the Dark Lord of the Sith for ILM’s next VR project.
There’s a bunch of good news here so let’s get right to it. Mike Cahill, the talented director of the amazing scifi films Another Earth and I Origins, is returning to the genre he loves. He’s helming Doctors, based on a graphic novel by Dash Shaw, and if you don’t know the premise, it’s awesome.
Last year, we wrote about a new movie called Deeper, which would follow a disgraced astronaut who decides to go to the deepest depths of the ocean. That movie is now moving forward and Bradley Cooper is attached to play the lead.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt has left the anticipated adaptation of Sandman, citing creative differences between his vision of the film and that of New Line Cinemas.
The goal of any astronaut is to go into space. The further out, the better. Mars is next, but Saturn, Jupiter, out of the Milky Way, that’s the stuff of dreams. Except in a Max Landis script. In a Max Landis script, the opposite happens. An astronaut is going into the Earth.
Man of Steel writer David Goyer is allegedly working on a Krypton show. But will the alien-set series have Russell Crowe's weird bird/bug dragon? It doesn't matter, since everyone dies anyway.
I know there's already been a huge amount of discussion on this subject but I thought it was worth sharing what Jennifer's analytical cousin had to say on the subject, especially since I'd heard it was pretty good. And indeed it was.
Okay, let me clarify that: David Goyer is definitely pitching a Sandman movie, and Badass Digest is reporting that The Dark Knight's Rises' Joseph Gordon-Levitt is somehow involved. It's possible that JGL wants to direct it, but it seems much more likely that might play Dream in such an adaptation (or both, hell).
The long awaited Y: The Last Man movie adaptation is as "close as it's ever been" to happening. Which fills us all with excitement and dread. Please be good. Please be good.
Starz and the BBC have ordered up eight episodes of David Goyer's new TV project Da Vinci's Demons, which focuses on the secret (and totally made up) past of the 25-year-old legend, during his wild days in Florence.
Has anyone done a Freudian reading of 1992's straight-to-video horror flick Demonic Toys? I hate to be, you know, that guy, but there's something about this movie that lends itself to further analysis. While it's hardly original-or even very good-it's occasionally quite effective, and I think that speaks to…
The new Superman movie is roaring ahead — The Dark Knight director Christopher Nolan, who's producing, reportedly has five potential directors in mind, and he's meeting with them now. So who's in line to revamp the Man Of Tomorrow?
Ghost Rider haters, beware — the spirit of vengeance is returning to your screens. Nic Cage has already promised to star in the sequel, filming in Romania, and now the first script review has turned up online.
The Dark Knight co-writer David S. Goyer just landed a movie deal for his still yet-to-be-published book trilogy about aliens careening towards the Earth, called Heaven's Shadow.
There's a rumor going around Comic-Con that within the next 48 hours, Blade: Trinity director and Batman Begins scribe David Goyer will be affiliated with a yet-to-be announced Wonder Woman movie.
ABC's FlashForward recent full season order from the network came with an interesting addendum, it seems. Producer and co-showrunner Marc Guggenheim is leaving the show, and co-creator David Goyer will be stepping up to take things over.