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.
Waaay back in December 2014, we reported that Syfy was working with David S. Goyer on a Gotham-style origin story for Superman—to be called, naturally, Krypton. Then we sorta forgot about it, until today’s announcement that Krypton is very close to getting a pilot order at last. Honestly, we’re not sure what to make…
Three years ago, Superman got his own Christopher Nolan-influenced movie reboot, full of brooding portents and Kryptonian politics. Man of Steel was a pretty good movie, albeit one with serious flaws. Now the sequel is out, and it deals with a lot of the same ideas and themes. And fumbles them completely.
Because all historical figures should get some sort of rock-and-roll, sexified story or else Hollywood isn’t doing its job, David S. Goyer, the man behind Da Vinci’s Demons is producing an Isaac Newton biopic.
Another D.C. television show is in the works: The Hollywood Reporter's saying that David S. Goyer's going to spearhead the creation of a Gotham-style origin story for Superman called, of course, Krypton.
Peter Straub's Shadowland is being developed as an "event series" for NBC by David S. Goyer. In addition producing the project, Goyer will also co-write it with BAFTA-winner Jack Thorne, who is currently adapting The Sandman. Shadowland follows two boys who spend a summer with a magician who may be a sorcerer. […
A couple weeks ago, Warner Bros. announced it was claiming release dates for nine unspecified DC Comics films, between now and 2020. This signaled that Warners is serious about building on the success of Man of Steel, and challenging Marvel's comic-book movie ascendancy. And here's why that's a good thing.
There are a lot of DC Comics series coming to television this fall — but only Constantine is holding down the supernatural side of the DC Universe. Creators Daniel Cerone and David S. Goyer told us how they'll make a show that comics newbies can enjoy — and hinted at tons of cameos in the first season.
James Cameron has been trying to produce a Fantastic Voyage remake for a while now, but he keeps burning through writers. That will likely change now that Man of Steel's David S. Goyer has been tapped to write the script for the movie, since THR reports the movie is now being fast-tracked.
Because Da Vinci's Demons apparently hasn't pushed its ahistorical fantasy far enough, our can't-fail Renaissance man Leonardo Da Vinci heads to the Americas in the trailer for Season Two, years before Christopher Columbus crossed the Atlantic.
Not because she's a woman — because she's a human being, and no human can be as powerful as Superman. We caught up with the Man of Steel last weekend at Comic-Con, and asked him about the Clark-Lois dynamic going forward. What he said kind of surprised us.
David S. Goyer isn't just shooting a new season of Da Vinci's Demons and (probably) planning the future of Superman on the big screen — he's also taking time out to direct an episode of The Walking Dead this upcoming season. And he told us that this will be a particularly nasty outing for our bedraggled crew.
There's really only one reason to see the new Superman movie: to watch people with superhuman powers pounding the crap out of each other, flying into each other and burninating each other with heat vision. Luckily, The Man of Steel more than delivers on the super-punching front, even as it muddles through in other…
Warner Bros. is so confident of Man of Steel's success that they've greenlit and fast-tracked a sequel. Not only that, it seems that the Superman movie has filled them with such confidence that they have screenwrier David S. Goyer tackling Justice League.
The Man of Steel aims to reinvent Superman as the ultimate cosmic outcast — but rest assured, he'll still fly and punch stuff and get in the middle of deadly conflagrations. This brand new trailer gives us the Super-brawls and explosions we've been craving.
Yesterday, Comic Book Movie reported that David S. Goyer would be tackling a feature film adaptation of the vampire manga Hellsing produced by an independent film company. Bolstered by the film's "official" website and claims of those supposedly involved, a couple of folks have repeated the report. Let's nip this…
DC Comics may never build a movie universe to rival Marvel's. We may never even get our Justice League movie to match Marvel's Avengers. But there's one thing DC can do better than anyone: supervillain team-ups.
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.