David S Goyer

Benedict Cumberbatch was on the Sandman wishlist

Simon Brew News Dec 17, 2014

Tom Hiddleston is on Neil Gaiman's list for Sandman, and Benedict Cumberbatch would have fitted the bill too...

Constantine episode 8 review: The Saint Of Last Resorts (Part 1)

Kylie Peters Review Dec 15, 2014

Constantine's ratings were up for its last episode of 2014, but is it enough to bring the show back for a second series?

Constantine episode 7 review: Blessed Are The Damned

Kylie Peters Review Dec 8, 2014

Constantine starts to overlap with Supernatural in another strong episode from the Hellblazer-inspired series...

Sandman: Warner Bros "very happy" with script draft

Simon Brew News Dec 2, 2014

Warner Bros is apparently "very happy" with the current Sandman script. The adaptation of Neil Gaiman's work seems to be "moving forward"

Constantine episode 5 review: Danse Voudou

Kylie Peters Review Nov 24, 2014

Constantine's latest episode sadly won't do much to support the case for season two renewal. Here's Kylie's review of Danse Voudou...

Matt Ryan interview: Constantine, Hellblazer, Swamp Thing

Kylie Peters Interview Nov 18, 2014

We caught up with Constantine lead Matt Ryan for a brief chat about the show, Hellblazer, Swamp Thing and singing punk...

Constantine episode 4 review: A Feast Of Friends

Kylie Peters Review Nov 17, 2014

Constantine keeps getting better and better, but if it's going to continue, it needs fans to spread the word...

David S Goyer is adapting Shadowland horror-fantasy novel for TV

Rob Leane News Oct 17, 2014

Are you ready for a TV version of Peter Straub’s horror/fantasy novel Shadowland? We hope so, because David S Goyer is making one…

Joseph Gordon-Levitt on the state of Sandman

Simon Brew News Aug 21, 2014

Work continues on bringing Sandman to the big screen, but Joseph Gordon-Levitt has confirmed the script isn't in place yet...

Can the television showrunner model work in film?

Mark Harrison Feature Jul 8, 2014

007, Star Wars, Marvel, DC and Spider-Man all seem to work on a movie franchise-runner model. But is that the way forward for film?

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