Netflix has announced the main cast of The Sandman. Wee? I guess? Listen, nothing against The Sandman, friends. As well, nothing against Neil Gaiman. But I just can’t find the juice to care about this news! However, maybe you can give me the juice! If you’re excited, you know. Squeeze me. Milk me. Make me…care.
Neil Gaiman’s ‘Sandman’ getting TV adaptation at Netflix. Don’t get too horny, David Goyer is involved
David Goyer is, you know, a kiss of fucking death to me. But, hey! This news is cool if you can look past him.
Sandman is coming back late this year in a big way. Neil Gaiman and DC Comics have announced that there’s going to be a whole Sandman Universe imprint.
This show looks fantastic. Though, I think it’s impossible for a trailer with Ian McShane in it to appear any other way.
American Gods is debuting April 30. Which would be intensely exciting, if I I had Starz. If…If only there was some other way to watch it. *Steve Brule Wink*
Amazon is getting in on that Neil Gaiman goodness! The streaming service is turning Gaiman and Pratchett’s Good Omens into a six-part series.
Man, Sliders was a fucking classic. It was! Neil Gaiman’s new show? Probably not Sliders. Sounds a lot like it though, and that’s a good thing.
New non-fiction novel? Sort of a head-bender. But I suppose Gaiman isn’t exactly alien to the notion of his novels notoriously bending our brains. I mean, right?
Man. I wish I could be more excited about this, but I fucking remember nothing about American Gods. Things my rot-skulled brain can remember: I love Gillian Anderson, I loved American Gods. Thus, this is good news. Read the rest of this entry »
Emily Browning has been added to the cast of Bryan Fuller and Starz’ adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s novel, American Gods.