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Monday, October 28, 2013



'Man of Steel' Writer David S. Goyer Signs Three Year Deal at Warner Bros.


The main writer of the Dark Knight trilogy and Man Of Steel, David S. Goyer, has signed a three-year deal at Warner Bros. for the studio for new projects between now and 2016 or 2017. Ok... nerdgasm. There. Done.


The guys over at Deadline have reported that Goyer’s Phantom Four will kick the deal off with “an untitled Hitchockian thriller with a grounded sci-fi element that Doug Jung is writing as a potential directing vehicle for Goyer.”

“I was perfectly happy not having a deal, and just financed the overhead myself,” Goyer said of his time working on DC Entertainment properties. “Warner Bros graciously offered me a deal and they’ve provided the lion’s share of my employment over the last decade, so what the hell?”

“Aside from me helping the studio break story on some of their properties and them supporting me as a director, we want to find other projects in an area I could call elevated genre, and this first project falls neatly into the category,” the writer/producer added. “I’ve found TV to be a more collaborative medium for writers than film, and there is a ton of terrific writers working in network TV and basic cable right now. Part of the intent of this deal is to tap that stable of writers and bring them into the feature world as well.”

Goyer is in rumors to develop a Justice League film to follow Batman vs. Superman. 


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