One might argue every David S. Goyer film is a disaster of epic proportions...
But this time folks, he may overtly address such theme with THE BREACH, a big-screen adaptation of Patrick Lee's doomsday novel. The great Lorenzo di Bonaventura will produce (for di Bonaventura Films) what sounds to be a potential tentpole outing. Apparently Goyer may or may not direct, but he'll exec-produce (Phantom 4 Films) at the very least. Peep the deets below!
With Justin Rhodes translating book to script, here's an Amazon breakdown of THE BREACH (though the script by deviate a bit):
Thirty years ago, in a facility buried beneath a vast Wyoming emptiness, an experiment gone awry accidentally opened a door.
It is the world's best-kept secret—and its most terrifying.
Trying to regain his life in the Alaskan wilds, ex-con/ex-cop Travis Chase stumbles upon an impossible scene: a crashed 747 passenger jet filled with the murdered dead, including the wife of the President of the United States. Though a nightmare of monumental proportions, it pales before the terror to come, as Chase is dragged into a battle for the future that revolves around an amazing artifact.
Allied with a beautiful covert operative whose life he saved, Chase must now play the role he's been destined for—a pawn of incomprehensible forces or humankind's final hope—as the race toward Apocalypse begins in earnest.
Because something is loose in the world.
And doomsday is not only possible . . . it is inevitable.
Pretty compelling setup. You think Goyer should direct himself? If not, who should?