Finally something other than rumours to report on the new “Batman” film with writer David Goyer recently informing The Daily Dig about his plans for the film. "You can make mistakes being too slavish to the source," says Goyer, You have to change things, collapse certain characters. We got a free pass with Blade. There’s less of a burden to adhere to the mythology, since he didn’t even have his own comic at the time. But then with Batman there’s been TV shows and movies, so in terms of public consciousness the canon was already set. [Director] Chris Nolan and I had to meet with [DC President] Paul Levitz and other high-ups, to make sure we didn’t break the core rules of the character." Thanks to Superhero Hype. And for the record, there’s still no one behind the Mask.