The "Buffy" and "Daredevil" veteran, and Oscar-nominated writer of "The Martian," talks with CBR about diving head-long into comedy with the new NBC series. The post Genre Stalwart Drew Goddard Goes For Laughs With NBC’s The Good Place appeared first on CBR.com.
I'm always really disappointed when folks cite Drew Goddard's Cabin in the Woods as an influence. For me, the best part of that movie was its meta-narrative; it played with structure and convention of a specific genre to ultimately tell a story about the relationship between art and audience. Show More Summary
BOOM! Studios/Archaia’s Mouse Guard, created by David Petersen, is being adapted for film. The screenplay will be written by Gary Whitta (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and will be produced by Drew Goddard (Cloverfield, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes). Show More Summary
During that big Sony hack, emails revealed interesting plans for the Spider-Man universe, which included Drew Goddard’s Sinister Six film and an all-female Spidey character spinoff tentatively titled Glass Ceiling. When the studio teamed...Show More Summary
When a team as effective as writer Drew Goddard and director Ridley Scott make a film as successful, and as artistically rewarding, as The Martian, naturally a follow-up effort is a possibility. However, that doesn't always mean going...Show More Summary
Deadline reports that 20th Century Fox is getting Ridley Scott and Drew Goddard back together so The Martian team can next adapt S. Craig Zahler's Wraiths of the Broken Land. When it was published in 2013, the source material marked novel number two for Zahler, also a cinematographer and scribe ... More »
Director Ridley Scott is re-teaming with The Martian writer Drew Goddard and 20th Century Fox for an adaptation of the book Wraiths of the Broken Land.
Never one to waste time between projects, Ridley Scott has already lined up a new directorial effort to follow Alien: Covenant. Scott is set to reunite with The Martian writer Drew Goddard for Wraiths of the Broken Land, based on a novel by Bone Tomahawk author S. Show More Summary
Fresh off of his lookalike finally going for an old Westeros swing on the most recent Game Of Thrones, Ridley Scott has announced that he’ll be directing an adaptation of Wraiths Of The Broken Land, a Western novel written by Bone Tomahawk writer/director S. Show More Summary
According to Deadline, Ridley Scott is set to direct 20th Century Fox’s movie adaptation of S. Craig Zahler’s Western novel WRAITHS OF THE BROKEN LAND. THE MARTIAN writer Drew Goddard will adapt S. Craig Zahler’s novel. The film will be produced by both Scott and Goddard through Scott Free Productions and Simon Kinberg’s Genre Films. Show More Summary
The Martian duo reteams to bring S. Craig Zahler's violent, noir-y, horror western to the big screen! Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Any news of Drew Goddard working on a project is good news. That good news becomes even better when you find out he's going to be adapting a violent western book from Bone Tomahawk's S. Show More Summary
The Martian screenwriter Drew Goddard will adapt S. Craig Zahler’s western novel The post Ridley Scott to Direct the Western Wraiths of the Broken Land appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Based on the novel by BONE TOMAHAWK’s S. Craig Zahler! Read more...
EXCLUSIVE: 20th Century Fox has closed a big deal for screen rights to the S. Craig Zahler novel Wraiths Of The Broken Land, so that it could reunite the dream team behind the Best Picture nominated hit The Martian. Ridley Scott has made a deal to direct with Drew Goddard to write the script. Show More Summary
Marvel.com announced earlier today that Daredevil showrunners Douglas Petrie and Marco Ramirez have been hired as showrunners on Marvel's The Defenders. Daredevil's Drew Goddard will also serve as Executive Producer.
It was Daredevil star Charlie Cox who first let slip that Marvel Netflix teamup The Defenders would start shooting before 2016's end, throwing into question Daredevil Season 3, and now we can consider it official. Not only will Daredevil...Show More Summary
Douglas Petrie and Marco Ramirez will executive produce the Netflix mini-series along with Drew Goddard.
In 2008, J.J. Abrams unleashed a different kind of monster movie on the world with "Cloverfield." The producer worked with director Matt Reeves (who would go on to do “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes”) and screenwriter Drew Goddard (Oscar-nominated...Show More Summary
On average, it took six years to bring each of the eight WGA-nominated scripts to the screen, with Phyllis Nagy's Carol taking the longest – 18 years – and Drew Goddard's The Martian the fastest. "Two-and-a-half years ago it was still an e-book. Show More Summary
This article originally appeared in Vulture. With The Martian, I knew that the challenges came from the fact that it’s a very dense text, and the science is very dense, and you have to make it accessible for an audience. I knew that would be the question that came up over and over. Show More Summary