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WGA-Nominated Screenwriting Panel Generates Laughs but No Controversy

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

The Toughest Scene I Wrote: How Drew Goddard Made Physics Fun in The Martian

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

How Drew Goddard Made Exposition Go Down Smoothly in ‘The Martian’

The Martian represents Sir Ridley Scott‘s grand return to science-fiction and what a return. Unfortunately, the director behind Blade Runner and Alien was not nominated for Best Director at the Academy Awards. But that’s no matter, as his inspiring, exciting, and funny “comedy” (as the Golden Globes called it) will stand the test of time. Show More Summary

The Toughest Scene I Wrote: How Drew Goddard Made Physics Fun in The Martian

Vulture is talking to the screenwriters behind 2015's most acclaimed movies about the scenes they found most difficult. Today we spoke to writer Drew Goddard, who adapted Andy Weir's novel The Martian for the screen, about how hard it was to get Matt Damon into act three while still being... More »

There's a new 'Cloverfield' movie from J.J. Abrams? And it's out in two months?

Remember "Cloverfield," the 2008 found-footage film from little-known director Matt Reeves, recently Oscar-nominated writer Drew Goddard and produced by J.J. Abrams? Well, turns out there's a secret sequel coming out in March -- yes, this March. Or at least we think it's a sequel (you can watch...

Newswire: Drew Goddard to direct an episode of Kristen Bell’s new NBC sitcom

Whether or not The Martian gets a mention for Best Adapted Screenplay when the Academy Award nominations are announced tomorrow morning, its screenwriter, Drew Goddard, is having a pretty good week. A few days ago, the the feel-goodShow More Summary

Drew Goddard To Direct Mike Schur NBC Comedy Series ‘Good Place’

The Martian writer Drew Goddard will direct the opening episode of  Good Place, NBC's 13-episode straight-to-series comedy series from Parks & Recreation and Brooklyn Nine-Nine co-creator Mike Schur. Helming the project, starring Kristen...Show More Summary

Drew Goddard Talks About Delays on Steven Spielberg’s ‘Robocalypse’

It’s all part of the business. In an interview with Creativescreenwriting.com, screenwriter Drew Goddard talked in detail about his projects being putting on hold with Sony’s “Sinister Six” and Steven Spielberg’s “Robopocalypse.” He mentioned that it’s expected in the business and one has to always stay positive. Show More Summary

Robopocalypse Movie Doesn’t Sound Dead, At Least Not to Drew Goddard

Robopocalypse is a great sci-fi project that has been on hold for years. Considering recent comments from writer Drew Goddard, it might not be gone forever.

In a new interview, The Martian’s Drew Goddard discusses how to script a blockbuster with mass appea

last monthGenres / Sci Fi : io9

In a new interview, The Martian’s Drew Goddard discusses how to script a blockbuster with mass appeal—without dumbing down its science elements : trust that your audience is actually willing to learn, and put special emphasis on the story’s universally relatable emotional aspects. [Deadline] Read more...

‘The Martian’ Scribe Drew Goddard On Adapting Weir’s Sci-Fi eBook & “Amazing” Speed Of Ridley Scott

When Andy Weir unleashed his second novel The Martian, it was for a small crowd of people who visited his website. It was offered, a chapter at a time, for free. A few short years later, and his book is a studio picture from 20th Century Fox with a budget north of $100m and the director of Alien, Ridley Scott, at the helm. Show More Summary

The Martian Writer Drew Goddard Talks Awards, Ridley Scott, and Star Wars

This week on The Awards Show Show, we've got a special guest: The Martian screenwriter Drew Goddard, who chats with hosts Kyle Buchanan and John Horn about his weird and wonderful awards-season experience, whether or not The Martian is a comedy, and what makes director Ridley Scott so deserving. Later,... More »

Drew Goddard Talks 'Daredevil' Season 2

Marvel may be owning things on the movie front with their movies, but who'd've thought they'd also be killing it on the Netflix front as well? Earlier this year, fans had high hopes that the "Daredevil" Netflix series would begin anShow More Summary

Deadline’s The Contenders: ‘The Martian’ Writer Drew Goddard On Ridley Scott, Matt Damon & Pull Of The Book

Literally an out of this world experience, the Ridley Scott directed The Martian came a long way from its start as a blog by author Andy Weir to having Matt Damon on board and a global box office success of more than $570 million. "Essentially...Show More Summary

‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Named Best Film By National Board Of Review; ‘The Martian’ Grabs Three Awards

The National Board of Review has named Warner Bros.’ Mad Max: Fury Road as the best film of 2015 while The Martian earned top wins for Ridley Scott as best director,  Matt Damon as best actor and Drew Goddard for best adapted screenplay. Show More Summary

Crosstalk: Is The Cabin In The Woods a horror movie?

The A.V. Club staff is full of horror movie buffs, but one film in particular has generated a lot of discussion over the past few years, just as it has in the horror community in general. Drew Goddard and Joss Whedon’s The Cabin In The...Show More Summary

Meet the Real Star of 'The Martian'

4 months agoNews : The Daily Beast

Studios ask him to review early cuts of their films and he’s slated to direct ‘Sinister Six.’ Meet ‘The Martian’ scribe Drew Goddard, one of Hollywood’s most coveted filmmakers.

The hardest scene to write in 'The Martian' involved a 'Lord of the Rings' joke

4 months agoHealth : Booster Shots

Forget the giant, rotating spaceships or gargantuan red mountains of Mars. The hardest scene to write in Ridley Scott's "The Martian" was set inside a conference room, on Earth.   Screenwriter Drew Goddard ("Daredevil," "Cabin in the Woods") who adapted this movie from Andy Weir's novel, had an...

Cabin in the Woods director says studio wants sequel or prequel

4 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Geek.com

Much like director Ridley Scott, The Martian screenwriter Drew Goddard has been on the promotional trail talking about that film as well as other ones that might be in the works. Goddard, who […]

Newswire: Drew Goddard appeases online gods with ritual Cabin In The Woods sequel talk

Appeasing the ancient—in internet time, anyway—primeval forces that ensure a bountiful harvest of pageviews each news cycle, The Cabin In The Woods director Drew Goddard recently performed the ritual tease of a potential sequel to the internet’s favorite horror movie of the new millennium. Show More Summary

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