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David Hayter Unleashes the Inner Beast in ‘Wolves’
The X-Men and Watchmen screenwriter talks with SPINOFF about his directorial debut, working with Jason Momoa, and his continued love for Marvel's Black Widow.
Movie Legends Revealed | Black Widow Nearly Beat Iron Man to the Big Screen
This week, we examine the story of how the Black Widow nearly made it into theaters before the rest of her Avengers teammates.
‘Wolves’ Exposes Fangs (and Flesh) With First Trailer
The first trailer from David Hayter's Wolves features fur, fangs and a cast that includes X-Men: First Class star Lucas Till and Conan the Barbarian's Jason Momoa.
SDCC | David Hayter and Jason Momoa Take Werewolves Into Uncharted Territory With ‘Wolves’
Wolves director David Hayter, stars Jason Momoa and Merritt Patterson alongside producer Benedict Carver and creature designers Lou & David Elsey discussed their different take on the werewolf film during a panel at Comic-Con International 2013.
“Watchmen” Screenwriter David Hayter Takes On “The Sword”
David Hayter, the screenwriter for "Watchmen," has been hired to adapt the Luna Brothers' Image Comics series "The Sword" for Lakeshore Entertainment.
David Hayter Recalls Details of Abandoned Black Widow Movie
X-Men screenwriter David Hayter reveals why Lionsgate scuttled its plans in 2006 for a Black Widow solo movie, and what it would've been about.
Showtime Summons The Damned
X-Men screenwriter David Hayter will adapt the Oni Press supernatural gangster comic by Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt for the cable network.
X-Men’s David Hayter To Adapt The Dragonriders Of Pern
Hayter will tackle Dragonflight, the first novel in Anne McCaffrey's sprawling science fiction/fantasy series. Production is scheduled to begin early next year.
Why We Shouldn’t Wait For A Metal Gear Solid Movie
The problems with licensed movies? That whole "licensing" part of it, apparently. Or, at least, that seems to be the problem with the planned Metal Gear Solid movie, according to screenwriter David Hayter.
THE SQUID IN THE PICTURE: Watchmen’s Biggest Change
Screenwriter David Hayter, actor Matthew Goode and illustrator Dave Gibbons talk to CBR about the "Watchmen" film's biggest departure from the Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons graphic novel.
WHO ADAPTS THE WATCHMEN? David Hayter & Alex Tse
"Watchmen" screenwriters David Hayter and Alex Tse talk with CBR News about the long and harrowing journey to bring Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons' classic graphic novel to film -- faithfully.