David Goyer On Balancing Characters In BATMAN VS SUPERMAN

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GoyerBSWWDavid Goyer has been off promoting his hit Starz TV show, Da Vinci’s Demons, and while he has fielded some DC related questions, he seems to have alluded the big one. The big one of course being Batman Vs Superman. With production on the film scheduled to being sometime in about a month, fans have been dying for something, ANYTHING, to do with the film.

Thanks to the folks at Collider, Goyer finally delivered. Although I must admit it’s not much. They asked him what it was like balancing characters while he was writing the script for the movie. Goyer replied, “I always try my best to honor every character.  When you’re dealing with big iconic characters, there’s a lot of fan pressure to get it right, and I respect that and admire that passion enormously.  At the same time, you can’t let your creative process be too crowded by that or distracted by it.  It’s not always one uniform opinion of how you should portray this character or that character.  I think I’ve done a pretty good job of walking that razor’s edge.  You just have to do your best and know what’s out there, but at the same time, follow your own muse.”

Like I said it isn’t much, but it’s something! Hopefully with the more press he does on the series we will get more tidbits on not just Batman Vs. Superman, but Constantine as well. If Goyer does spill some more goods, we’ll be sure to let you know right here at Comic Book Therapy.

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Source : Collider