Lorenzo di Bonaventura and David Goyer Enter The Breach

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http://www.comingsoon.net/news/movienews.php?id=96887
Source: Variety , Patrick Lee
November 9, 2012


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Lorenzo di Bonaventura and David Goyer are teaming to produce a feature adaptation of Patrick Lee's The Breach. Published in 2009, it is officially described as follows:

Travis Chase, a man putting his life back together after fifteen years in prison, takes a solo hike into the Alaskan Rockies. He's just looking for a quiet place to think about his future, but what he finds is trouble: a 747, downed in remote wilderness, the wreck impossibly undiscovered by authorities. Those aboard are dead, though not because of the crash. They've been shot.

This aircraft, along with the terrifying object it was transporting, is only the beginning for Travis. Within hours he finds himself at the center of a violent conflict that spans the globe, and a secret war that dates back three decades. A war for possession of radically advanced technology—that wasn't created by human hands.


Justin Rhodes will adapt the screenplay and, although Goyer is currently only attached to produce, it's possible that he will end up directing the project as well.

I was liking the sound of this until it took the extra terrestrial turn.
 
David S. Goyer to Direct Sci-Fi Thriller The Breach
Source: The Hollywood Reporter
February 3, 2014



David S. Goyer has signed on to direct sci-fi thriller The Breach for Lionsgate, says The Hollywood Reporter. Lorenzo di Bonaventura is producing the adaptation of the book, written by Patrick Lee. Justin Rhodes wrote the script.

The book is officially described as follows:

Travis Chase, a man putting his life back together after fifteen years in prison, takes a solo hike into the Alaskan Rockies. He's just looking for a quiet place to think about his future, but what he finds is trouble: a 747, downed in remote wilderness, the wreck impossibly undiscovered by authorities. Those aboard are dead, though not because of the crash. They've been shot.

This aircraft, along with the terrifying object it was transporting, is only the beginning for Travis. Within hours he finds himself at the center of a violent conflict that spans the globe, and a secret war that dates back three decades. A war for possession of radically advanced technology�that wasn't created by human hands.


'Breach" is the first of a three-novel series, which also includes "Ghost Country" and "Deep Sky."

Goyer's feature directing credits include Blade: Trinity, The Invisible and The Unborn. He's written many blockbusters, include the "Blade" films, "The Dark Knight" trilogy, Man of Steel and the upcoming Superman/Batman film.
 
Doesn't sound super interesting. Fun for Goyer getting a director gig though.
 
Goyer - no matter how much he tries - just lacks that midis touch as a director. He has an awkwardness with his style that he can't get rid of.
 

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