David Goyer Spots New 'Invisible Man'
Although he may not have made any money with this spring's "The Invisible," Goyer is trying again, adding a word this time.
According to Variety, Goyer is ready to give a fresh take on H.G. Wells' "The Invisible Man," writing and directing.
Set up at Universal, which owned the property, Goyer's "Invisible Man" will be conceived as a sequel to Wells' original story. The new plot will focus on a young man who uncovers his uncle's formula for invisibility and is recruited by MI5 in the midst of
The trade paper gives no timetable for the project. Goyer, who exited a long-gestating feature version of "The Flash" earlier this year, has been attached to 20th Century Fox's "X-Men" spin-off "Magneto." The "Blade: Trinity" director and "