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^ Yep. People should read this guy's resume before saying "this is nothing to get excited about".
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That person is probably too lazy to him up on Imdb.

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Goddard wrote several brilliant episodes of Buffy, Angel and Alias. He also wrote for the TV show Lost.

He even did a terrific job with Cloverfield.
you mean he is Whedons friend?

The less said about Lost the better, the writing in that show wasn't its strong suit


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^ Yep. People should read this guy's resume before saying "this is nothing to get excited about".

He was also spearheading the upcoming Daredevil series for Marvel, before he quit that to do Sinister Six. And Marvel was happy with his work/ideas on that.
Sony have also tried to hang on to his Sinister Six concept throughout the whole Spider-Man reboot, so he must have had some great ideas which they didn't want to let go of.

So yeah this isn't confirmed, but if it's true this would be a really good choice. The kind of choice Marvel would make.



well you know who golgo is waiting to get approval from and then he'll get all excited about Goddard..

IHMO, Goddard is good for this as I believe he will do a kickass job


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you mean he is Whedons friend?

The less said about Lost the better, the writing in that show wasn't its strong suit

Yeah, he's friends with Whedon. That's not the reason for his hiring though. Sony had Goddard working on Spiderman long before Marvel made the deal for Spiderman.

I actually haven't seen Lost, so I can't speak for it. I have seen every episode of Buffy, Angel and Alias he's written, and it's easy to tell that he's a terrific writer. Cabin in the Woods had shown he can be a great director too.

Also, I've heard jj abrams praise Goddard on many occasions. That's gotta carry some weight.

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well you know who golgo is waiting to get approval from and then he'll get all excited about Goddard..

IHMO, Goddard is good for this as I believe he will do a kickass job


Who?


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^ Yep. People should read this guy's resume before saying "this is nothing to get excited about".

He was also spearheading the upcoming Daredevil series for Marvel, before he quit that to do Sinister Six. And Marvel was happy with his work/ideas on that.
Sony have also tried to hang on to his Sinister Six concept throughout the whole Spider-Man reboot, so he must have had some great ideas which they didn't want to let go of.

So yeah this isn't confirmed, but if it's true this would be a really good choice. The kind of choice Marvel would make.


I'm not saying it's going to be bad, but there is nothing on his resume that gets me pumped up.


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I'm not saying it's going to be bad, but there is nothing on his resume that gets me pumped up.



But weren't you pumped up for the Wonder Woman director because she's directed a few episodes of Breaking Bad and Game of Thrones?

I'd say working Buffy and Angel is good experience for a property like Spider-Man. Plus he's a talented guy in terms of his ideas.

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There was nothing to get pumped up about on the Russo Brothers' resume before Cap 2 or Jon Favreau's resume before Iron Man.

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I'm not saying it's going to be bad, but there is nothing on his resume that gets me pumped up.


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YES! Very good choice, WB!

http://www.comicbookresources.com/?...le&id=57316


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thumb up Yeah, and supposedly she is the co writer for the movie. Couldn't be more happy. Michelle has proven herself.


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Has she written anything good before?


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Nothing major, but she's going to have a writing team behind her. It's her directing skills that are important.


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Then why couldn't you be more happy?


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Like I said, nothing major. It's her directing that I'm excited about. Plus, she's not writing this alone. She'll have a team.


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Okay, so nothing major.

But what has she written?

Obviously "you couldn't be more excited" for a reason. What is that reason?







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But weren't you pumped up for the Wonder Woman director because she's directed a few episodes of Breaking Bad and Game of Thrones?

I'd say working Buffy and Angel is good experience for a property like Spider-Man. Plus he's a talented guy in terms of his ideas.


I've been actually impressed with her episodes unlike Goddard. I'm not a huge Cabin In the Woods fan. Like I said, IMO, Goddard hasn't done anything that has impressed me. That does not equate for the movie being bad.


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There was nothing to get pumped up about on the Russo Brothers' resume before Cap 2 or Jon Favreau's resume before Iron Man.


Right. I didn't say the movie is going to suck, just asking what he has done that people are getting pumped up about. Films like Cloverfield and Cabin in the Woods isn't an automatic slam dunk for me.


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There was nothing to get pumped up about on the Russo Brothers' resume before Cap 2 or Jon Favreau's resume before Iron Man.


Exactly! Goddard would be a very "Marvel" choice. Finding someone talented but who hasn't done a major blockbuster yet.

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I've been actually impressed with her episodes unlike Goddard.


Just like I've been impressed with Goddard's work on Buffy and Angel. Which are pretty relevant franchises. Anyone who can do Buffy well would likely do High School Spider-Man well Imho.

Add to that his passion for the Spider-Man Universe makes this a Great choice (IF it's true).

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Just like I've been impressed with Goddard's work on Buffy and Angel. Which are pretty relevant franchises. Anyone who can do Buffy well would likely do High School Spider-Man well Imho.

Add to that his passion for the Spider-Man Universe makes this a Great choice (IF it's true).


I'm only speaking for myself, of course! But people here get sensitive when people question Marvel like they can do no wrong. laughing out loud But that's hardly the case, IMO. They've done some great stuff (Primarily Avengers and GOTG), but half of their films are average to below.

Time will tell who the director is, but for me, Goddard is a question mark. At least for me. Seeing as he's working with Whedon, it will probably be good, anyway.


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Yeah, he's friends with Whedon. That's not the reason for his hiring though. Sony had Goddard working on Spiderman long before Marvel made the deal for Spiderman.

I actually haven't seen Lost, so I can't speak for it. I have seen every episode of Buffy, Angel and Alias he's written, and it's easy to tell that he's a terrific writer. Cabin in the Woods had shown he can be a great director too.

Also, I've heard jj abrams praise Goddard on many occasions. That's gotta carry some weight.
you have any proof that Goddard has been working on Spider-Man before December? And that's just the date of the leak.

Sony saw what Whedons did for Avengers and I'd say it's easily traceable that Whedons recommended him. Also working on your buddy's show isn't a great show of ability.


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you have any proof that Goddard has been working on Spider-Man before December? And that's just the date of the leak.

Sony saw what Whedons did for Avengers and I'd say it's easily traceable that Whedons recommended him. Also working on your buddy's show isn't a great show of ability.


News came out that Goddard was writing the Sinister Six script in the beginning of 2014, well before Sony got fvcked with TASM 2.

You have any proof Whedon recommended him? And even if he did, Sony won't just take his word for gospel.

Working on his buddy's show? You do realize that Goddard had to write a spec script, interview and compete to get a job on Buffy. It was only after Goddard was hired and did quality Buffy work that he and Whedon became friends. Also, Whedon wasn't even the person who first hired Goddard. Marti Knoxin, who became the head writer on Buffy after Whedon went to work on Angel and Firefly, is the one who found, interviewed and hired Goddard.

Be a little optimistic... I'm tellin ya this guy is talented.

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They take Feigie's as gospel and he LOVES Whedon.

I'm fine with him, but I'm not "excited".


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They take Feigie's as gospel and he LOVES Whedon.

I'm fine with him, but I'm not "excited".

Anyone who's familiar with Whedon's work that doesn't absolutely LOVE him is insane. The Avengers is actually one of Whedon's weaker works, and that's impressive imo.

Fair enough, I wasn't excited about the Russos either.

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I STRONGLY disagree, it's far an away the most critically and financially important in his career of work.

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Fair enough, I wasn't excited about the Russos either.


Same. Now I'm actually excited that they are the front runners to direct infinity war over Whedon.


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