davidgoyer.jpgDavid Goyer was interviewed by Wizard and gave the site/mag an update on the current state of many of his projects, including the Green Arrow/Maximum Security prison thriller.

“We haven’t even officially turned in a script for that yet. The idea is that they’re mostly sort of third-tier DC villains, but that was part of the fun, that they’re relatively obscure. But Icicle is in it from JSA—from my days on writing that. I mean, people will recognize most of them. What we did was present to DC a list of people we wanted, and then they went through it on a case-by-case basis and told us whether we could have them or not.”

No script yet, means anything can happen. The script could be turned in and turned down, or given the green light. Considering JLA is the current fast track favorite, Super Max could be a long way off.

via Wizard

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  1. Brent F.
    August 30, 2007 at 5:59 pm — Reply

    His movies tend to stink, especially when he directs.

  2. September 1, 2007 at 8:49 pm — Reply

    The script for SUPERMAX has not “officially” been turned in, but from what I understand it is done. The concept was by a young writer his wife had worked with named Justin Marks. That was back in April of this year.

    As a writer, Goyer has hit the ball out of the park more often than not. Dark City, Blade, Blade: Trinity, Batman Begins are examples of his great stuff. But then there is Dollman vs Demonic Toys, Kickboxer 2, Death Warrant and Puppet Master vs Demonic Toys. He has only written and directed 2 movies, ZigZag and Blade: Trinity

    He also wrote the Nick Fury tv movie, which had a solid , entertaining story, even if the execution was so-so..

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