the sandman audible trailer

Neil Gaiman‘s surreal comic book masterpiece The Sandman seemed like it would prove to be unadaptable — though attempts to bring it to live-action have been made over the years. But before The Sandman would ever hit our screens (with the latest project being made as a Netflix series), it will hit our eardrums. An audio drama adaptation of The Sandman is set to debut on Audible this month, with a star-studded cast led by James McAvoy set to tell the story of Dream, the metaphysical king of dreams and imagination. As we get closer to the debut of this improbable adaptation, DC has released a trailer for the Sandman Audible drama, giving us a preview of McAvoy in the title role.

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sandman netflix series

People have been trying to adapt Neil Gaiman‘s The Sandman comics into a film or TV series for years now. After many false starts, Netflix is hoping to succeed where others have failed, and Gaiman has offered an update. According to the author, the series was about to go into production before everything had to shut down due to the coronavirus. But once things start getting back to normal, the series will be ready to go.

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Sandman Audio Drama

Many have tried, and failed, to adapt Neil Gaiman‘s iconic comic series The Sandman for both film and TV. While those adaptations seem hopelessly stuck in development hell, here’s the next best thing: a Sandman audio drama narrated by Gaiman himself. Featuring music and immersive sound design, the Sandman audio drama is headed to Audible this summer, and you can hear a preview below.

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Sandman TV Series

Studios have been trying to turn Neil Gaiman‘s acclaimed Vertigo comic book Sandman into a feature film for a long time. The earliest attempts stretch back all the way to the 1990s while the most recent try from New Line Cinema just happened a few years ago. Now, in the wake of the shuttering of the Vertigo arm at DC Comics, a new deal has sprouted to create a Sandman TV series between Netflix and Warner Bros. Television. Read More »

good omens review

Filmmakers have been trying to adapt Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s novel Good Omens for decades. While Pratchett is no longer with us, Gaiman is finally doing it himself and the result is a six-episode miniseries. 

In the series, angel Aziraphale (Michael Sheen) and demon Crowley (David Tennant) are friends who enjoy Earth quite a bit. So when the antichrist comes of age and begins kickstarting the apocalypse, Crowley and Aziraphale work to prevent it, even though both Heaven and Hell want it to happen.

Gaiman spoke with /Film outside a room at the Chateau Marmont hotel in Los Angeles. He revealed how much of Good Omens was inspired by director Terry Gilliam’s development work and how he decided what still had to be cut from the book. We also spoke about his upcoming reboot of Jim Henson’s The Storyteller. Good Omens premieres Friday, May 31 on Amazon.

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good omens review

The road to a good screen adaptation of a beloved book is paved with good intentions, but often littered with bad executions. But if a show were made of pure good intentions, it would be Amazon’s Good Omens, which is a show eager — even desperate — to do justice to its source material. And thanks to the delightfully absurd performances by stars David Tennant and Michael Sheen and an irreverent Monty Python-inspired touch from director Douglas Mackinnon, it just about succeeds.

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good omens teaser

When you think of Armaggedon, the first thought is of death, destruction, and the sinister Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. And while all of those are present in Good Omens, Amazon’s upcoming fantasy-comedy series based on the Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett novel of the same name is going to introduce all of those things with a twinkle in its eye. That’s including the Antichrist at the center of this whole end-of-the-earth thing, who happens to be an angelic-looking 11-year-old boy who only dreams of spaceships and hell.

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‘Good Omens’ Trailer: Welcome to the End Times

good omens trailer

So this is how the world ends: with a raucously cool new trailer for Good Omens. Who could have predicted that we’d get a brand new trailer for the forthcoming Amazon fantasy-comedy series based on the 1990 novel by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett? But here it is, and it’s got something big to lay on us.

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good omens cast

Death never sounded so good. Brian Cox, who has recently been starring in the HBO series Succession, has been tapped to play the voice of Death in the forthcoming Amazon TV series Good Omens based on the 1990 novel by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett.

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the storyteller reboot

The Storyteller, the imaginative 1980s TV series created by Jim Henson, is ready to tell a new tale. The Jim Henson Company, Fremantle and author Neil Gaiman are teaming for a Storyteller reboot which will once again adapt fairy tales and folklore with puppetry. While there’s no official home for the rebooted series yet, it’s being developed for binge-watching audiences.  Read More »