You can see Joseph Gordon-Levitt this weekend in Sin City 2: A Dame To Kill For but the actor seems to have turned his attention to working on to another project, the development of DC Comics' Sandman. Gordon-Levitt is set to direct and produce the film based on a screenplay by David S. Goyer. In […]
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By Ray Flook Heading into San Diego Comic-Con with a pilot that "somehow" (I'll explain that later…) found its way onto several torrent sites and a major shake-up in the show's casting (Lucy Griffith's Liv Aberdine replaced by Angelica Celaya's Zed), I was expecting Constantine executive producers Daniel Cerone (Dexter) and David S. Goyer […]
Certainly sounds like a recipe to mix beautiful cinematography with some good character development, if they can get it right.
Looks good from here. This should show up on NBC's fall schedule.
Daniel Cerone wrote the script, from a story he developed with David S. Goyer, and if this goes to series, we could see it on NBC’s schedule this fall.
Well, he’s not blonde or a Londoner (though, he certainly could be turned into one by the time cameras roll), but still a lot closer than Keanu Reeves, right?
David S. Goyer has set first time feature director Jason Zada to direct The Forest, a Japan set supernatural thriller.
And you thought we were rid of him for a while.
Over the weekend, Bleeding Cool pointed to a potential slip by Geoff Johns, that the Vertigo comic 100 Bullets by Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso was coming to TV as a series. Now Deadline has confirmed that screenwriter and comic writer David S. Goyer is to write and executive produce the show for Showtime .