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Warner Bros. has tapped David S. Goyer and Justin Marks to adapt Simon Oliver and Robbi Rodriguez's Vertigo series, "FBP: Federal Bureau of Physics."
"Batman Begins" and "Man of Steel" writer David S. Goyer “would love to do Green Lantern” for the big screen.
"Da Vinci's Demons" creator David S. Goyer talks with SPINOFF about what viewers have to look forward to in Season 2 and beyond.
"Man of Steel" writer David Goyer spoke with SPINOFF about fan ownership, filmmaker responsibility and tuning out Internet chatter.
The first photo of star Matt Ryan as "Constantine" underscores Exec. Producer David Goyer's claim that the pilot remains true to the character's roots.
"Constantine" executive producer David S. Goyer says NBC's upcoming pilot shares more similarities to the comics than the Keanu Reeves film did.
Three more actors have been added to the "Constantine" pilot in main cast roles: Harold Perrineau, Lucy Griffiths and Charles Halford.
Before its Season 2 debut on March 22, the cast of Starz' "Da Vinci's Demons" spoke with CBR TV about how the game has changed in the second season.
"A Long Way Down" screenwriter Jack Thorne has been hired to script Joseph Gordon-Levitt's upcoming "The Sandman" film.
NBC and Warner Bros. are reportedly close to casting "Criminal Minds" alumnus Matt Ryan as DC Comics' occult anti-hero.
With the news of Joseph Gordon-Levitt producing a “Sandman” movie, ROBOT 6’s Corey Blake wonders whether an adaptation of the landmark comic is a good idea.
As a report emerges that the Oscar nominee is being eyed as the antagonist in "Batman Vs. Superman," Warner Bros. brings in "Argo" writer Chris Terrio to polish the script.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt is reportedly "finalizing" a deal to produce a "Sandman" adaptation with David Goyer, and possibly star in the film.
A new rumor has "Man of Steel" writer David S. Goyer in talks to adapt "Sandman" for Warner Bros., with Joseph Gordon-Levitt in the title role.
Actor-turned-director Keanu Reeves admits he would like to have reprised his film role as DC Comics' occult detective.
Screenwriter David S. Goyer reveals "Man of Steel" is further into development than many may suspect while addressing fan pressure and who would win in a fight: Batman or Superman.
NBC has given a pilot order to "Constantine," a drama written by David S. Goyer and "The Mentalist's" Daniel Cerone starring the DC Comics occult detective John Constantine.
Acknowledging that he and director Zack Snyder knew the ending of "Man of Steel" would be controversial, screenwriter David S. Goyer explains why, in this case, Superman had to kill.
Superman legacy contributors Jim Lee, Grant Morrison, Dan Jurgen, David Goyer, Tim Daly, Henry Cavill and more gathered at SDCC 2013 to discuss the past, present and future of the Man of Steel.
Many fans were dismayed by the controversial ending of director Zack Snyder’s "Man of Steel," and they weren't alone: Producer Christopher Nolan initially balked at the scene. Warning: Spoilers!
Zack Snyder and Christopher Nolan's Superman film is on course for a $122-125 million opening weekend in North America.
"Man of Steel" reports a strong U.S. midnight debut, boasting an estimated $21 million box office take, surpassing both "Iron Man 3" and "The Avengers'" midnight numbers.
Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures have projected an $85 million opening weekend for Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel" with some analysts predicting up to $105 million over the three days.
Days before "Man of Steel" opens in theaters, Warner Bros. is said to have already fast tracked a sequel for the Superman film, while rumors of an imminent Justice League movie announcement continue to swirl.
The cast and crew of Warner Bros. upcoming film "Man of Steel" discuss taking on the iconic DC Comics characters, the idea of Superman as an outsider and where actor Michael Shannon finds evil.
The cover for this month's issue of Empire Magazine give a detailed look at Henry Cavill as Superman and Michael Shannon as General Zod in two wildly different environments for Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel."
Fan-favorite comics writers Matt Fraction and Jonathan Hickman have been hired to write two episodes of David Goyer's "Da Vinci's Demons" for the second season.
Stars Tom Riley, Lara Pulver and Laura Haddock made their New York Comic Con debut to talk about their upcoming Starz historical fantasy "Da Vinci's Demons."
While at New York Comic Con, David S. Goyer discussed his new historical drama "Da Vinci's Demons" and how it ties in to the world of superheroes.
During an interview with CBR TV, "Dark Knight Rises" co-writer David Goyer discussed his eventual return to comics, co-scripting a thirteen-issue event series for DC Comics with Geoff Johns.
David S. Goyer is attached to write and executive produce Showtime's adaptation of "100 Bullets," the acclaimed Vertigo crime series by Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso. SPINOFF has details.
The award-winning Aussie actor is reportedly in negotiations to take over for the late Marlon Brando as Superman's birth father in the Kryptonian portions of Zack Snyder's incoming "Superman: The Man of Steel" film reboot.
ROBOT 6's John Parkin looks at reaction to Superman renouncing his US citizenship in "Action Comics" #900, from comic forum to Fox News. RELATED: Did Supes always fight for the American Way?
Zack Snyder's new Man of Steel spent years losing out on some of the biggest movie franchises in pop culture, but now British actor Henry Cavill is bulking up for his shot at the spotlight and Superman.
An A-list team of creators including Damon Linelof, Richard Donner and Alex Ross bring the Man of Steel back home from his cross-country journey to "Action Comics" where Doomsday and Lex Luthor await.
Relaunch producers Christopher Nolan & David Goyer along with director Zack Snyder are ramping up their search for the next Superman with an eye towards a no-name actor.
Now that we know that Zack Snyder will be directing the new Superman movie, David Goyer has written the script and General Zod is likely the villain, SPINOFF asks what remains to be revealed.
Warner Bros. has tapped the director of "Watchmen" to helm its reboot of the Man of Steel's screen exploits from a David Goyer script featuring General Zod as Christopher Nolan watches on.
An already rich genre movie season has just become even wealthier with news that Christopher Nolan's third Batman film is to open in the summer of 2012, joining new Spider-Man and Star Trek films plus "The Avengers."
With the film fate of the Man of Steel still in doubt with fans, the rumor mill continues to circle around the "Dark Knight" creative team with new word popping up that David Goyer will pen a Kryptonian-themed action flick.