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Drew Goddard

  1. movie review
    Bad Times at the El Royale Is Long, Labored, and Synthetic — But Not BoringWhat’s missing from Bad Times at the El Royale is a sense of urgency. Is this a story that needs to be told or a self-conscious and labored exercise?
  2. trailer mix
    Bad Times at the El Royale Trailer Stars a Lot of Hot People in a Murder HotelNow checking in: Chris Hemsworth, Jeff Bridges, John Hamm, Cynthia Erivo, Dakota Johnson, and more.
  3. the industry
    Ridley Scott, Drew Goddard Reteaming for WraithsViolent horror-western, coming in hot!
  4. the toughest scene i wrote
    The Toughest Scene I Wrote: The Martian“I was so excited, and I called [the book’s author] Andy Weir and said, ‘I think I’ve cracked it.’ He very dryly said, ‘Eh, that doesn’t work.’”
  5. lawsuits
    Whedon, Lionsgate Sued for Cabin in the WoodsThe movie is supposedly similar to a novel that came out in 2006.
  6. you can’t fire me - i quit
    Drew Goddard Leaves Daredevil Netflix SeriesIs something up at Marvel?
  7. directors chair
    Spider-Man Sinister Six Movie Gets DirectorDrew Goddard (The Cabin in the Woods) also wrote the script.
  8. new jobs
    Netflix’s Daredevil Series Finds Its WriterIt’s Whedon and Abrams collaborator Drew Goddard.
  9. the industry
    Brad Pitt Is Not Talking to His World War Z Director As they head into reshoots with an unclear game plan, Marc Forster must relay his notes through an intermediary.
  10. chat room
    Drew Goddard on Cabin in the Woods, Brainstorming Monsters, and the Horror-Movie Whore“The nudity? It’s crucial to that part of the genre, and we felt we had to honor the genre.”
  11. countdown
    J.J. Abrams Has an Awesome New Monster Movie, and You Can’t Know Its TitleFilmjunk reports on that crazy unnamed J.J. Abrams–produced trailer that preceded showings of Transformers this week. The very cool, Blair Witch–style teaser, which shows “cameraphone footage” of a New York party being interrupted by a huge Midtown explosion and some kind of expanding monster-like attack, ends with a brief flicker of the unnamed movie’s credits, revealing little other than that Abrams, brainiac behind Lost, is the producer, and that Drew Goddard, a Lost (and, formerly, Angel) writer is responsible for the screenplay. Oh, and that it comes out on January 18, 2008.