Writer/producer David S. Goyer (The Dark Knight trilogy, Man of Steel) is a busy man. Aside from his STARZ series Da vinci’s Demons, he has Constantine, Sandman, and the upcoming Man of Steel sequel, currently titled Batman vs Superman, all in various stages of development. His DC plate is already full, and the producer has also expressed interest in taking part in the next Green Lantern adaptation for Warner Brothers.
IGN was able to talk with the prolific writer about his work with Warner Bros. and the evolving landscape of superhero films as each studio attempts to keep pace with Marvel and find their own method to manage their slate of characters.
IGN: You’ve talked about how Marvel and DC’s cinematic universes sort of took an opposite trajectory from the world of the comics, where DC is now sort of the more grounded, more relatable universe.