Director Drew Goddard wanted to have Tom Hardy play Sandman in 'Sinister Six', describing the character as Godzilla. [...]
Thought you caught every single meta-reference in Drew Goddard's fantastic horror feature Cabin in the Woods? Well now is the time to double check, because this video lays it ALL out. Read more...
Drew Goddard and Joss Whedon’s 2012 film The Cabin In The Woods has been both revered and reviled by movie fans. For its supporters, the metatextual approach to examining tropes of the horror film genre was a unique way of discussing...Show More Summary
What’s up with the Steven Spielberg film Robopocalypse? At one point it was all set to be his next film, but that was back in 2012. The script was being developed by Spielberg and Drew Goddard as Daniel H. Wilson wrote his novel. Actors such as Chris Hemsworth, Anne Hathaway and Ben Whishaw were all […] The post Daniel H. Show More Summary
After Drew Goddard dropped out of the director's chair for The Martian, it looked like there was going to be trouble with getting Andy Weir's hot novel off of the ground. But with Fox making the film a priority, and Ridley Scott in the right place at the right time, the project turned itself around and started heading in the right direction. Show More Summary
The Martian was originally an e-book by Andy Weir, then it became a screenplay by Drew Goddard (The Cabin in the Woods) and now that script is the basis for a film directed by Ridley Scott. The concept is a perfect elevator pitch: an...Show More Summary
While it has not yet been set on the release date calendar, Sony Pictures is in fact making a Venom movie set in the world of The Amazing Spider-Man. The project was announced at the same time as Drew Goddard's in-development Sinister...Show More Summary
Yesterday, we got an update on Drew Goddard's Sinister Six, Sony Pictures' first spinoff of their successful The Amazing Spider-Man franchise. Today, we've got details on another as writer/director Alex Kurtzman has shared with MTV a few details about his plans for Venom.
Sony’s complete revamp of its Spider-Man franchise continues. First, the company moved The Amazing Spider-Man 3 back several years. Now, after Drew Goddard’s Sinister Six opens in 2016, Sony is planning to release a spin-off film starring one of Spider-Man’s female counterparts in 2017. Show More Summary
We've known since May of this year that Ridley Scott was going to be at the helm of The Martian, an adaptation of Andy Weir's book of the same name, adapted for the screen by Cabin in the Woods director Drew Goddard. However, since the...Show More Summary
Pretty much everyone who has worked with Tom Cruise says the same thing. We were particularly impressed with this quote by "Cabin In The Woods" director Drew Goddard, who described his 2008 meeting with the legend in Entertainment Weekly: “That was definitely one of those surreal experiences. Show More Summary
Anyone wondering what would happen with The Amazing Spider-Man franchise now has their answer. Sony has moved The Amazing Spider-Man 3 back two years to 2018, while set the Drew Goddard‘s Sinister Six release date for November 11, 2016. Show More Summary
Columbia Pictures today announced its updated release strategy for the nearly $4 billion Spider-Man franchise. The next film in the series will be Sinister Six, writer-director Drew Goddard?s highly anticipated villain team-up, which is the first of several planned character and story expansions. Show More Summary
Peter Shinkoda has been tapped for a major recurring role in Netflix’s Marvel drama series Daredevil set to premiere in 2015. The series was written by executive producer Drew Goddard, with Steven S. DeKnight as executive producer/showrunner. Show More Summary
Three Fools explain why the departures of Edgar Wright and Drew Goddard change almost nothing, and why that’s both good and bad news for fans and investors.
Despite things looking a little rocky in the land of Marvel—Edgar Wright’s left Ant-Man, and Drew Goddard was replaced by Steven S. DeKnight as the showrunner for the Marvel Netflix series, Daredevil—production on various projects keeps chugging along. Case in point: Marvel’s Daredevil. The Netflix series now has cast its hero, The Man Without Fear. [...]
For fans of Marvel Studios, this past weekend's departures of Edgar Wright from Ant-Man and Drew Goddard from Daredevil might have felt a little like the beginning of the end. It isn't.
Boardwalk Empire alum Charlie Cox is poised to play the title character in Marvel’s 13-episode series Daredevil, set to premiere on Netflix in 2015. The project was written by executive producer Drew Goddard, with Steven S. DeKnight just hired as executive producer/showrunner. Show More Summary
The man without fear could have a new persona. Marvel’s Daredevil, coming to Netflix in 2015, recently switched showrunners from Drew Goddard to Steven S. DeKnight. The latter’s first big decision is who will play the title character. Show More Summary
Is something up at Marvel? First news came out that Edgar Wright was leaving Ant-Man after being attached to the project for years. And now Drew Goddard has stepped down as showrunner for Marvel's Daredevil Netflix series. A Daredevil superfan, Goddard will still act as a consultant, but will focus primarily on his gig directing... More »