This adaptation of The Sandman proves that visual splendour and consistent story telling remain the bedrock of any great series.
“The Sandman” series at Netflix has set its main cast. Tom Sturridge is officially set to star as Dream, with the show also adding Gwendoline Christie, Vivienne Acheampong, Boyd Holbrook, Charles Dance, Asim Chaudhry, and Sanjeev Bhaskar. The series is based on “The Sandman” comic book series created for DC by Neil Gaiman. It follows […]
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Announcing the news via Facebook, the film’s leading man, Joseph Gordon-Levitt has exited the upcoming comic book adaptation. “A few months ago, I came to realize that the folks at New Line and I just don’t see eye to eye on what makes Sandman special, and what a film adaptation could/should be,” he said. Joseph Gordon-Levitt announced back in 2013 that he and David Goyer would be working on the project – an adaption of Neil Gaiman’s ‘Sandman’ comic book, published under the DC Comics imprint, Vertigo.
According to Neil Gaiman, Marvel said no to a proposed ‘Doctor Strange’ movie pitched by himself and horror maestro Guillermo del Toro. Amazingly, the pair who have quite a CV - Gaiman’s written episodes of ‘Doctor Who’, and novels ‘Stardust’ and ‘Coraline’, with del Toro responsible for ‘Pan’s Labyrinth’ and ‘Pacific Rim’ - we’re shot down when approaching Marvel. The news actually came about when Gaiman wrote back to a tweet, which publicly spilled the beans for the first time.
Superstar Johnny Depp and director Edgar Wright are set to unite on ‘Fortunately, The Milk,’ a big screen adaptation of a children’s story by esteemed fantasy author Neil Gaiman. The Hollywood Reporter tells us the film looks set to be picked up by 20th Century Fox, with Depp and Zareh Nalbandian of animation house Animal Logic producing.
One thing that comes up right away is that, although initially set-up at Warner Bros, the film has since moved over to Warners subsidiary New Line Cinema. Goyer explains, “We’re just about to do a new draft [of the screenplay].