David S. Goyer is a movie director, screenwriter, producer, novelist, and comic book writer. His works as a screenwriter include The Dark Knight Trilogy, Blade Trilogy, Dark City, and Man of Steel, etc. He was the director of four feature films like Blade: Trinity, Zig Zag, The Unborn, The Invisible. He co-wrote many video games like Call of Duty: Black Ops, along with its sequel named Call of Duty: Black Ops II. He was given a Saturn Award for Best Writing for the superhero film named Batman Begins in the year 2005. He got a nomination for the American neo-noir science fiction film named Dark City in the year 1998. He was also nominated for four best science fiction of fantasy works award named Hugo Award. He was born in a city named Ann Arbor in the U.S. State of Michigan, with his brother, and were brought up by their mother. He is associated with the Jews on the side of his mother, and as a part of it, he studied at the Hebrew School. He is recognized as an alumnus of the school named Huron High School, and the University named the University of Southern California, completing his graduation in the year 1988 from the School of Cinema-Television. He was a student of Nelson Gidding, the famous screenwriter at the USC and very often went back to his class to attend as a guest speaker.

He sold out Death Warrant, his first screenplay in the year 1989. He bought an Isuzu Trooper with his first paycheck, which was unfortunately stolen on the same night when he brought it home. Goyer wrote and co-wrote many comic book based screenplays, which include Superman, Batman, Blade, and Ghost Rider. He wrote the Justice Society of America, which is title based on DC Comics, debuted with the title JSA in the year 1999. He also co-created a science fiction TV series named FlashForward, alongside Brannon Braga, which was premiered in the year 2009 on ABC. In the year 2011, he wrote The Incident, a short story in which the U.S. citizenship has been renounced by Superman. He worked on three upcoming projects along with Legendary Pictures. He has co-written the scripts of The Dark Knight Rises in the year 2012, and Man of Steel in the year 2013. He also did a one-step-4-week rewriting work for Godzilla reboot. He published his first novel for the first time in the year 2011 named Heaven's Shadow, which was co-written for Ace/Penguin by Michael Cassutt.

In the year 2013, he delivered a lecture on screenwriting as a part of the BAFTA and BFI Screenwriters' Lecture Series. He was the producer of the horror film named The Forest, which was directed by Jason Zada. In the same year, he announced his work on the comic book named The Sandman with Joseph Gordon. By the year 2014, he earned enough reputation as a superhero genre's veteran. In the year 2016, Guillermo Del Toro, the director signed an agreement to direct the feature produced by Goyer. The feature is a version of Miles.

Douglas McGrath

Douglas Geoffrey McGrath is an American director, actor, and screenwriter. He was born on 2nd February in the year 1958. His birthplace was the New York City in New York, US. Presently, he is 58 years old. His parents were R. Searle McGrath and Beatrice.  He is an oil producer in Midland, Texas. He is a student at The Choate School, Princeton University, and Trinity School in Midland. In the Princeton University, he was a part of the Triangle Club.  After completion of his graduation, he became the member of Board of Directors.  Coming to his career, McGrath started writing initially. He wrote 12 episodes of the show, Saturday Night Live. In 1993, he wrote for Garson Kanin’s photoplay entitled as Born Yesterday. In 1994, McGrath and Woody Allen wrote Bullets over Broadway. In 1996, McGrath wrote the story of Emma. Gwyneth Paltrow, Ewan McGregor, Alan Cumming, Jeremy Northam, and Toni Collate are the stars. It had 84% marks on review collector along with the positive responses from the critics. In 2000, he wrote a comedy picture, Company Man. Peter Askin directed it. Douglas played the role of Alan Quimp. It collected 14% on Rotten Tomatoes.  In 2002, McGrath’s worked in Nicholas Nickel.  It depicted the story of The Life and Adventure of Nicholas Nickel.  Charles Dickens wrote it. On Rotten Tomatoes, it garnered 77% score. Then, in 2006, McGrath wrote an American movie titled Infamous.  It released on 31st August in 2006. In 2012, he wrote Checkers.  It was based on Richard Nixon. He wrote a book based on the music, career, and life of Carole King. The name of the book was Beautiful: The Carole King Musical. It started in 2014 on Broadway. It premiered on 8th October in 2013 at Curran Theatre in San Francisco.  McGrath worked as an actor from 1994 to 2002. In 1994, he acted as Snodgrass in Quiz Show. Then, he appeared as Chap in The Day Trippers.  In 1999, he came as a private investigator in The Insider. In 2000, he was seen in the characters of Alan Quimp and Frenchy’s Lawyer in Company Man and Small Time Crooks respectively. In 2002, he starred in Hollywood Ending. McGrath directed many films like Emma, Company Man, His Way, Infamous, and I Don’t Know How She Does It. Coming to McGrath’s personal life, he got married to Jane Read Martin on 3rd June in 1995. She is an actor and famous for her acts in Hannah and Her Sisters of 1986, Radio Days of 1987, and The Purple Rose of Cairo of 1985.  Both of them had one son. His name is Henry. 

Douglas McGrath English Actor