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David Goyer

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  • NBC Gives Orders to 3 Comedy Pilots

    NBC's pilot orders continue to roll in, with greenlights going to three comedy projects: "Love Is Relative," "Mission Control" and "Ellen More or Less." "Relative," from 20th Century Fox TV project is exec produced by Tom Werner's Good Humor TV and 3...
  • NBC Orders Drama Pilot From 'Deception' Creator

    NBC has ordered a pilot for "Salvation," a drama from "Deception" creator Liz Heldens. "Salvation" is set against the backdrop of a prominent Texas church where faith, family and corruption are explored in equal measure. Project centers on Jennifer...
  • Lionsgate Boards Sci-Fier with 'Batman' Scribe David Goyer Directing

    Lionsgate has won rights to sci-fi action-thriller "The Breach," with "Batman" writer David Goyer attached to direct. Lorenzo di Bonaventura is producing. Nellie Stevens-Reed of Phantom 4, Goyer's production banner, will co-produce. Justin Rhodes will...
  • Major League Gaming, Twitch Win Marketing Deal With Lionsgate

    Lionsgate Entertainment has become the first studio to play the marketing game with Major League Gaming and Twitch. The studio is sponsoring Twitch's and MLG's "StarCraft II" tournament, renaming the event the "'Ender's Game' on Blu-ray Tournament"...
  • 'Catching Fire' Lifts Lionsgate Quarterly Earnings Above Forecasts

    Citing a strong performance by "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," Lionsgate has reported earnings of $88.8 million, or 64 cents a share -- well above Wall Street forecasts of 44 cents -- for its third quarter ended Dec. 31. The third-quarter earnings...
  • Lionsgate Aiming for More Franchises in Wake of 'Hunger Games' Success

    With "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" having grossed $860 million worldwide, Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltheimer has underlined the studio's focus on creating more franchises. Feltheimer listed "Now You See Me," "Mortdecai," "Gods of Egypt," "Chaos Walking"...
  • 'Orange Is the New Black,' 'House of Cards' Earn WGA Awards Noms in TV

    "Orange Is the New Black" received four nominations and "House of Cards" three for the WGA Awards in television, which will be presented Feb. 1. The digitally distributed Netflix series were announced in July as eligible by the WGA. "Orange Is the New...
  • Comic-Con: Why Superhero Movies are Here to Stay

    For moviegoers who may not necessarily enjoy the superhero genre, Hollywood sent a very loud message at Comic-Con: Get used to them; they're not going anywhere. Studios stepped up their promotional efforts in a big way to tout their upcoming comic book...
  • Comic-Con: ‘Person of Interest’ will go more sci-fi to outpace reality

     
    Many have said CBS' “Person of Interest” is one of the best science-fiction shows on TV, and others haven't even […]...
  • Comic-Con 2013 top 10 moments: Superman, ‘Breaking Bad’ and more

     
    Now that Comic-Con International attendees have had some time to eat, sleep, wash off their face paint and pack away […]...
  • 'Hunger Games' Scribe Billy Ray, David Goyer, Patric Verrone Win WGA West Seats

    "The Hunger Games" writer Billy Ray and "Man of Steel" scribe David Goyer have been re-elected to two-year terms on the Writers Guild of America board, winning the most votes of 16 board candidates. Former president Patric M. Verrone (pictured at right...
  • 'Grand Theft Auto V' Earns $800 Million in a Day, More than Worldwide Haul of 'Man of Steel'

    The release of Rockstar Games' "Grand Theft Auto V" generated $800 million sales in 24 hours around the world, a record for any game from Take-Two Interactive, and the "GTA" franchise itself. Success of the game bodes well for other tentpole game...