Batman V. Superman writer to tackle a TV version of Isaac Asimov's classic Foundation books

Isaac Asmiov’s Foundation books form some of the primary texts of modern science fiction, second only to the author’s beloved Robot stories in terms of their lasting appeal. Offering a sprawling but thoughtful look at the rise and fall of empires, the books focus on the “science” of Psychohistory, Asimiov’s made-up…

By the power of Grayskull, David S. Goyer has dropped out of Masters Of The Universe

According to Variety, director David S. Goyer has rejected the power of Castle Grayskull and dropped out of Sony’s Masters Of The Universe movie because of “other commitments.” Goyer was first attached to the movie in November of last year after he turned in a draft of the script that Sony was apparently very happy…

Batman Begins is just a darker, more violent remake of Richie Rich

When they were crafting a screenplay for 2005’s franchise-rebooting Batman Begins, writer David S. Goyer and director Christopher Nolan drew heavily on such DC-published titles as Frank Miller’s Batman: Year One as well as Batman: The Long Halloween and “The Man Who Falls” from Secret Origins. But a new YouTube video…

Stan Lee responds to David S. Goyer’s “She-Hulk is a sex fantasy” theory

David S. Goyer’s recent comments about green superheroes he would and would not do have been met with plenty of backlash—much of it from comic-book fans whom Goyer would tell you he can’t hear, not over the sounds of them masturbating in their mom’s basements. But now Goyer has an even more authoritative voice to…

She-Hulk is a sex fantasy for virgins, and other David S. Goyer thoughts

As seen in his response to last year’s Man Of Steel controversy, screenwriter David S. Goyer is not particularly enamored of comic books, their “rules,” or their “fans” with their “expectations of a respectful and educated treatment of their most beloved characters”—all of which Goyer has to deal with constantly, as…

David S. Goyer has been injected into James Cameron's Fantastic Voyage remake

When last we were invited to come along and ride on James Cameron’s Fantastic Voyage, its future hinged perilously on the schedule of Will Smith, whose objection to fronting a movie where he’d not only not be the biggest star—he’d literally be microscopic—led to Shawn Levy becoming just the latest filmmaker to bail on…