Category: David Hayter

  • [Text] X-Men, by David Hayter [review]

    [Text] X-Men, by David Hayter [review]

    X-Men is a film I’ve wanted to see for a long time. I’ve been exposed to the X-Men series in film before, and some were good (like X-Men: First Class) and some were terrible (like X-Men Origins: Wolverine), but the original X-Men is the heart of the series, because that’s where it lays out everything it wants to […]

  • [Text] X-Men Origins: Wolverine, by David Benioff and Skip Woods [review]

    [Text] X-Men Origins: Wolverine, by David Benioff and Skip Woods [review]

    Ryan Reynolds is returning to the comic book genre next week, which has prompted me to look back at some of his previous efforts. We begin with X-Men Origins: Wolverine, by David Benioff and Skip Woods. After the success of the X-Men trilogy, 20th Century Fox decided to continue the franchise by producing a film which starred a specific mutant, but was still recognisably part of the franchise. Which means that, in the end, nobody is quite able to tell if X-Men Origins: Wolverine is actually X-Men Origins feat. Wolverine or Wolverine in “X-Men Origins”.

  • (Video) Advice for New Screenwriters

    Script Mailer interviewed numerous screenwriters, who gave their advice to new screenwriters. Those interviewed were:

  • Watchmen — motion picture review

    Watchmen — motion picture review

    Written by David Hayter and Alex Tse. (Fanboys beware! I didn’t like it. At all.) Zack Snyder. What an awful director he is. Here’s the problem with Zack Snyder: he doesn’t understand the value of anything he’s doing. Watchmen establishes itself as being a political narrative. It’s about government and conspiracies. Watchmen is set in a world in-which Richard Nixon […]