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Drew Goddard

  1. Marvel’s First Netflix Original Series Casts Boardwalk Empire’s Charlie Cox As Daredevil

    Excelsior!

    You might also know him as dreamy Tristan from Stardust or despicable Philip, Duke of Crowborough from Downton Abbey but soon audiences will know actor Charlie Cox as the Man Without Fear, Daredevil.  

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  2. Daredevil Writer/Producer Heads To Sinister Six, New Showrunner Takes His Place

    Excelsior!

    There's been yet another switcheroo at Marvel this weekend: The Daredevil Netflix series is getting a new showrunner. Drew Goddard has stepped away from the helm, and will instead be writing and directing the Spider-Man spinoff film Sinister Six. Taking his place is Steven S. DeKnight, who worked with Goddard on Buffy The Vampire Slayer and Angel. His past credits also include Dollhouse, Spartacus, and Smallville. Goddard, who has already written the first two episodes of Daredevil, will still be an Executive Producer for the series.

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  3. Marvel Spinoff News: Fox Wants Mystique Movie, Sony Picks Sinister Six Director

    A longtime producer of the X-Men franchise says that Fox is no idiot, knows when to not let go of an immensely popular actress; Sony names a director for the Sinister Six movie to remind everyone that they're still totally making guys!

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  4. Sony Greenlights Venom & Sinister Six Spider-Man Spin-Offs

    My Spidey Sense Is Tingling

    It's like The Avengers, but with villains. 

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  5. Melissa Rosenberg, Drew Goddard Named as Writers on Daredevil, Jessica Jones Shows

    Excelsior!

    Marvel is moving much more quickly on its putative Netflix series than it has on some other TV projects in its history, and has already named writers for two of them, Drew Goddard on Daredevil and Melissa Rosenberg on Jessica Jones. Rosenberg's involvement is particularly exciting as she was involved in a previous effort at getting a Jessica Jones series (pictured above, clocking Doctor Doom with a fire hydrant) to screen, one that sounded like it was shaping up pretty well. (Also, Carol Danvers was in it.)

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  6. A Real Cabin in the Woods is Being Built in Universal Orlando

    Bloody Good Fun

    Universal Orlando has teamed with writer/director Drew Goddard to create a Halloween Horror experience out of The Cabin in the Woods. I want to go so bad but I'm worried I wouldn't make it back.

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  7. Anne Hathaway Joins the Cast of Steven Spielberg’s Robopocalypse; Can She Play the Lead, Please?

    The Human Machine

    Anne Hathaway just keeps getting nerdier. First she plays Catwoman. Then Fantine in Les Misérables. (Musicals are no less nerdy for not involving superheroes or sci-fi.) And now she's joined the cast of Steven Spielberg's Robopocalypse, based on a book about robots that gain sentience and start a war against humanity (naturally).

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  8. Buffy’s Danny Strong to Pen The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Two-Parter For Lionsgate

    May the Odds Be Ever in Your Favor

    I have never reacted to the news that a particular screenwriter has been attached to a movie with such glee. But, as of yesterday, Emmy Award winning screenwriter Danny Strong—you may know him better as Jonathan Levinson from Buffy the Vampire Slayer, a.k.a. faux-James Bond in that one episode where he learned to do magic, a.k.a. "I'm supposed to buy that Jonathan would go all evil villain and try to kill Buffy? Really? He gave her the class protector umbrella. Side-eyeing you so hard right now, season six"… Ahem, sorry, getting off track. Where was I?

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  9. Joss Whedon Won’t Have To Screen Much Ado About Nothing In His Backyard! Lionsgate To Distribute.

    And All Was Right With the World

    Frankly, I wouldn't put it past our pal Joss Whedon to premiere his Shakespeare film, Much Ado About Nothing, in his own backyard. We knew it wouldn't come to that of course, but he did film it all at his house while shooting The Avengers, and he's not a stranger to unusual distribution in tough times. Regardless, Roadside Attractions and Lionsgate have bought the North American rights to the film. All is well. 

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  10. Things We Saw Today: Cabin in the Woods Writer to Pen World War Z Adaptation

    Things We Saw Today

    Max Brooks' zombie novel World War Z has had a rough road to the big screen. It's been re-written and re-shot and re-written and re-shot, etc. Now they've brought on screenwriter Drew Goddard to take a swing at it. Goddard has previously worked on Cloverfield, Lost, and Cabin in the Woods. (via Blastr)

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