- Apr 6, 2010
David Goyer also wrote:saintchristopher said:Maybe... maybe Nolan is trying to sabotage Snyder? Like, they wrote a script with a totally cocked-up third act on purpose, leaving Snyder holding the ball... And when he falls out of favor with the studios, Nolan will be the only huge-budget high-concept game in town.
Y'know the more I think about the Superman script, the more I think it had to have been David Goyer with assistance from Christopher Nolan. Know what the last script upon which David Goyer had his name? The Unborn. "The Jewish Exorcist." And I don't know if you saw it, but it was an absolute fucking MESS.
Batman Begins, with Nolan
The Dark Knight (the story itself)
He's also written a lot of stright to video stuff, but bear in mind that who 'wrote' a film is a very political thing. On the Net it lists a single person, but if you read the scripts, you often see a very long list of writers and rewriters. In so many ways, film making, especially in Hollowood, is an example of a 'camel'.
What do I mean?
I mean that a camel is a horse designed by a committee.
But it is the guy who gets the final name entry who's left holding the ball, for a touchdown or for a tackle.