ARGO Writer Set To Rewrite Zack Snyder's BATMAN VS. SUPERMAN Before Filming Begins
Not everyone was thrilled to learn that Man of Steel writer David Goyer would be returning to pen Batman Vs. Superman, but as expected, Ben Affleck has drafted in someone he's previously worked with (Argo's Chris Terrio) to get the script in shape before shooting begins...
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Academy Award winner Chris Terrio has been brought on board to write another draft of Batman Vs. Superman for Warner Bros. The Argo scribe has a strong relationship with both the studio and Ben Affleck, the star and director of that movie and the man who will suit up as Batman. Director Zack Snyder's Man of Steel follow-up will be released on July 17th, 2015, with principal photography set to commence in early 2014 in Michigan. David Goyer wrote the screenplay, but the site adds that "sources say Terrio has been brought in to get the script in shape before filming begins." This is without a doubt for the best, especially as Goyer has always been at his strongest when working with more accomplished writers like Christopher Nolan.
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