Knowledge Identifier: +Drew_Goddard
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1975.
Countries: United States (81%), Switzerland (5%), Mexico (5%)
Linked to: Netflix, Los Alamos High School, University of Colorado Boulder
Jane Espenson - Espenson and Drew Goddard co-wrote the seventh-season episode "Conversations with Dead People," for which they won the Hugo Award for Best Short Dramatic Presentation in 2003
Goddard and his co-writer, show runner and executive producer Damon Lindelof, were nominated for the WGA Award for Best Episodic Drama at the February 2008 ceremony for writing the third season episode "Flashes Before Your Eyes"
Damon Lindelof - Lindelof and his co-writer Drew Goddard were nominated for the WGA *award for Best Episodic Drama at the February 2008 ceremony for writing the episode "Flashes Before Your Eyes"
Joss Whedon - Whedon wrote a horror film titled "The Cabin in the Woods" with Drew Goddard, which finished production in 2009
He directed the 2012 film "The Cabin in the Woods", which he co-wrote with Joss Whedon
World War Z (film) - However Lindelof, who reworked "Prometheus" and co-wrote "Star Trek Into Darkness", did not have time to script the new ending and in July 2012, Paramount hired Lindelof's "Lost" partner, Drew Goddard
The Martian (film) - In March 2013, 20th Century Fox optioned the film rights, and hired screenwriter Drew Goddard to adapt and direct the film
Spider-Man in film - On December 12, 2013, Sony issued a press release through the viral site, "Electro Arrives" announcing that two films were in development, with Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci and Ed Solomon writing a spin-off focused on Venom and Drew Goddard writing one focused on the villain team Sinister Six with an eye to direct
It was released on Netflix in August 2017