David S. Goyer Gives Matt Reeves’ ‘The Batman’ A Thumbs Up

by James Byrd
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David S. Goyer, the screenwriter behind the seminal Dark Knight Trilogy, recently told The Hollywood Reporter that he thoroughly enjoyed Matt Reeves’ The Batman.

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David S. Goyer is one of the most prolific writers working today, having penned some of the most movie scripts based on comics, novels, and screenplays of the past twenty-odd years. He is also a major Batman creative alum, and is currently promoting the new Batman Unburied scripted podcast; an unconventional twist on the Batman myth that features an un-orphaned Bruce Wayne tracking down killers as a forensic pathologist.

Goyer’s words carry a lot of weight on the streets of Gotham, so fans of The Batman should be pleased to know he enjoyed the film and the characters.

I didn’t know exactly what to expect or what I would think of it. I saw it with a number of my crew-members on Foundation, and they were all expecting me to hate it, but I really enjoyed it a lot. I really like Pattinson’s Batman, and I like what they did with the Riddler. Reeves is a really good filmmaker, so I was in for the ride,

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Batman Unburied is a group effort between Spotify, DC, and Warner Bros. The first six episodes have already dropped and are riding high on the Spotify charts.

David S. Goyer is excited to tell a Batman story that charts a bold new path.

I just wanted to do something I hadn’t done before. So I was interested in coming up with a storyline that had a number of twists and turns in which we pull the rug out from under the audience.

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