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David S. Goyer: Net Worth and Amassed Wealth

David S. Goyer Net Worth: David S. Goyer is an American screenwriter, director, comic book writer, and novelist who has a net worth of $9 Million. Born in Ann Arbor, Michigan on December 22, 1965, Goyer is best known for his screenwriting for the Blade trilogy, Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy, Dark City, and Man of Steel.

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David S. Goyer Info
Net Worth$9 Million
Date of BirthDecember 22, 1965 (age 57 years)
Height5 Feet 6 Inches (1.68 m)
ProfessionFilm director, Film Producer, Novelist, Screenwriter, Television Director, Television producer, Writer

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I think I regard any history in quotes, because just like science, we're constantly revising science, we're constantly revising history. There's no question that various victors throughout history have flat out lied about certain events or written themselves into things, and then you come along and you find out that this disproves that.

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I think there's really only been one successful video game adaptation, and that was probably 'Tomb Raider.' Whether or not you thought it was a good movie, it was successful financially.

David S. GoyerHow Rich is David S. Goyer

I did three or four weeks of work on 'Godzilla;' it wasn't a page-one rewrite or anything like that. The term is 'script doctoring,' is what I did on it.

David S. GoyerHow Rich is David S. Goyer

As the CG in motion capture made it look realistic, it put more of an onus on the game makers to make the dialogue they're saying more realistic. It doesn't matter what they say when they're 8-bits, but if they look almost photo-real, it matters. More and more, the games industry is realising that.

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Flash Forward' was one of the big heartbreaks of my career. It was just this very frustrating experience. If we'd been allowed to tell the story we wanted to tell, I don't know that it would've been more successful or not. There's no way to know.

David S. GoyerHow Rich is David S. Goyer